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Rivers, Lakes and Hot Springs

Cannonball into fun and discover why Kimberley is a mountain water-play paradise!

Short hike, amazing views

Marysville Falls and Eco Park

*Marysville Falls trail will be CLOSED August 15 - October 31 for upgrades*

From Highway 95A South, cross the gorgeous wooden pedestrian bridge and follow the boardwalk along Mark Creek on the Marysville Falls Trail for 10 minutes to find the spectacular 30 meter cascading falls. Want to hike for longer? Access the Mark Creek Trail/Lion's Way Trail that begins at the corner of 95A and Rotary drive. This gravel path boasts it's own non-stop views of Mark Creek meandering towards Marysville. The small Eco Park is dedicated to the return of the Cutthroat Trout to Mark Creek

Hidden wonders

Cherry Creek Falls

Just a short drive from 95A North you can park and walk no more than 100 feet for a waterfall experience opposite to Marysville Falls. The falls are short and wide, but do not disappoint. Along the falls there is a wooden staircase to get many different views and that perfect picture

Lakeside adventure

St. Mary's Lake

Drive 16 kilometers West on St. Mary's Lake Road to find this 295 Hectare natural lake at the bottom of Bootleg Mountain. St. Mary's Lake is a popular destination for swimming and fishing, and it's calm waters make it ideal for canoeing and kayaking. Don't forget to hike and watch out for birds and other wildlife

Hike to magnificent beauty

Dewar Hot Springs

Dewar Creek Hot Springs is a moderate/difficult hike beginning from St. Mary's Lake Road. These rustic springs are a popular camping destination for visitors and locals, while many others spend the day hiking in and out

There are a number of swimming holes in and around Kimberley, plus many more a short drive away. Visit the Kimberley Visitor Center for local "off the beaten path" tips