Cherry Creek Falls Regional Park


As the temperatures are fluctuating just above and below freezing, ice is beginning to form and is very thin and unpredictable across the region, including Cherry Creek.
It is critical that the public use extreme caution and stay off local lakes and waterways. Around Creeks, it is important to stay well back as creek banks and rocks can become icy and slippery in these conditions.
To learn more or access more ice safety tips, CLICK HERE.

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Cherry Creek Falls is a 14.5-hectare park that was designated as an Area E Park in October 2013. 


Civic Address: 7550 Ta Ta Lost Dog Forest Service Road

Going east from Kimberley on Highway 95A. Turn left to go north onto Thomason Road. Follow for 400 m. Turn right to go north on Clarricoates Road. Stay on road for 1.8 km and the park will be on your right. (Clarricoates Road will turn into Ta Ta Lost Dog Forest Service Road)


The amenities at Cherry Creek Falls Regional Park include parking, hiking trails, picnic tables, a fire pit, a seasonal portable toilet, benches and stairs to a viewing platform at the bottom of the waterfall. The trail to the waterfall is an easy hike and is approx. 200m from the parking area.

Seasonal Hours

This park is maintained from spring to fall annually. 

Park Etiquette
  • No alcohol or cannabis
  • Limit your stay to daylight hours only (no overnight camping)
  • Park in a manner that doesn’t restrict road or trail access
  • Pack out all garbage with you
  • Swim at your own risk (there is no Lifeguard on duty)

If you have additional questions, or to report any issues you can contact the Environmental Services Department at 250-489-6900 or email [email protected].

Last edited: Fri, February 09, 2024 - 11:15:11