Cleveland Dam, North Vancouver
Categories: Dams, Nature & Parks
At the head of Capilano river soars the majestic Cleveland Dam, holding back the 271 ha (670 mi) Capilano lake. Providing the drinking water for much of the Great Vancouver region, the 91.4 m (300 ft) impressive spillway was built in 1954 and sits in the natural beauty of the surrounding regional park. Ramble your way along easy going trails and hikes leading to spectacular views of the dam. Use our North Vancouver trip itinerary maker to add Cleveland Dam and other attractions to your North Vancouver vacation plans.
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Um lugar é maravilhoso, super bem cuidado e gratuito. Natureza admirável. Uma super dica para passar o dia e fazer caminhadas.A place is wonderful, very well taken care of. Brave nature. A super hint for the day and go hiking.show original
We took a nice and short walk to Cleveland Dam from the parking lot. It is currently being refurbished. The Cleveland Dam is a concrete dam at the head of the Capilano River and is part of Capilano Ri... read more »
The Cleveland Dam is one of the best sights in North Vancouver and it is 100% FREE. Unlike the suspension bridge and Grouse Mountain which can get pricey just to visit, the Cleveland Dam has free park... read more »
Dam is awesome!! but don't stop explore the area you will find more places. There are more trails. Make sure you carry some water with you.
Cool damn, Great views, short walk from the parking lot! We stopped here for 5 minutes after doing the Grouse Grind
You can look down from top of the dam, which has awesome view especially when they keep the gate open. So check it out after some rainy days.
Very relaxing. Place for a picnic. Washrooms. Great start for the Capilano Pacific Trail
Great place for a walk and some instagram pictures
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