Set inside the village of Pemberton and just minutes away from the town center, Nairn Falls Provincial Park is a 170-hectare location highlighting the namesake waterfall. At 60 meters high, Nairn Falls aren’t quite the largest in Canada, but they’re noticeably larger than many other waterfalls in the region. A gentle 1.5 km hiking trail takes visitors straight to the viewpoint.
Beyond the primary waterfall trail, Nairn Falls Provincial Park offers several other hiking opportunities, starting with a 2 km hike north to a combined swimming and play area at One Mile Lake. The Coudre Point trail offers a circular route alongside a fast-flowing river. While you should exercise reasonable caution, you can go into the water there.
Park facilities include two hand pumps for drinking water during the warmer months, two picnic tables at a day-use area, and pit toilets throughout the park. Several of these are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs. Like many other parks, Nairn Falls Provincial Park offers campfire rings but recommends using stoves instead.
The Nairn Falls Provincial Park campground includes 94 accessible sites, seven of which are doubles. Most of these sites are shaded and can support up to two vehicles in each area. The facilities inside the park are sharply limited, but this mostly isn’t a problem because the village is minutes away.