Marysville Falls & Eco Park | Kimberley, British Columbia
The Marysville Waterfalls Trail is a short 10 minute walk along a wide boardwalk. The wooden walkway follows Mark Creek through the forest to the 30 metre (100 ft) waterfall displaying nature's magnificence and beauty. Green moss clings to the side of the gorge and a frothy white mist rises up from the cascade. The Eco Park, a great place for a picnic, features a sculpture of a west-slope cutthroat trout, celebrating the return of this native species to Mark Creek following an extensive watershed restoration project.
Driving Directions from Nearest Town or Landmark
Marysville is a suburb of Kimberley, British Columbia located just 10 minutes south of the downtown Platzl. Stroll the forested paths of the Lions & Rotary Trail along Mark Creek, leading from Kimberley to Marysville. From main street Marysville, a boardwalk leads to the Marysville Falls.
The Marysville Waterfalls Trail and Eco Park are located in Marysville just off of Hwy 95A.
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