Explore Squamish, Responsibly

UPDATED: September 8th, 2021

On June 29th, the Province of BC announced its plan to bridge to Step 3 in safely bringing Canadians back together again. BC’s restart program is a careful, four-step plan focused on protecting people and safely getting life back to normal.

Effective July 1st, Canada-wide recreational travel will now be permitted. There is also a return to normal hours for liquor service at restaurants, bars and pubs. Mask wearing is recommended in indoor public spaces for those 12 and older who are not fully vaccinated.

Effective August 9th, Canada will allow entry to fully vaccinated American citizens and permanent residents (currently residing in the US) for leisure travel. If you meet the entry criteria, fully vaccinated travellers do not have to quarantine upon arrival to Canada. 

Effective September 7, 2021, Canada has re-opened its borders to international visitors for non-essential travel, including tourism. Arriving passengers must be fully vaccinated and meet entry requirements.

For information on current restrictions including Step 3 details, please visit BC's Restart.

For more information about B.C.'s response to COVID-19 visit the Government of BC’s website.

For the latest information on travel to Canada including the updated federal requirements and restrictions, please visit the Government of Canada website.

Please note that:

  • We receive information regularly from our members and will update this information as quickly as possible
  • Most businesses are open but at a limited capacity and with possibly reduced hours
  • Businesses are only able to serve a limited number of people at a time to adhere to physical distancing measures
  • You should not be going out to shop or pick up goods if you are sick or have been in contact with anyone who's sick
  • Socializing between tables at restaurants and nightclubs is not permitted
  • Please respect physical barriers and follow the COVID-19 Safety Plans for each business.

    *the below list of businesses will be kept as up-to-date as possible but is subject to change

Squamish Attractions

Activities, Rentals & Tours

Food & Beverage

 

 

Beer, Cider & Spirits

Accommodation

Hotels, Motels, Cabins and Hostels
Campgrounds

 

 

Groceries

Home Supplies

Portable Toilets, Bathrooms and Shower Facilities

As part of the District of Squamish's ongoing effort to provide access to essential services while supporting COVID-19 Public Health risk reduction recommendations, the following changes to services are in place: 

  • Brennan Park Recreation Facility Brennan Park Recreation Facility is open for public showers Monday to Sunday from 7 a.m. to  10 a.m. and  6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  The showers are available 7 days per week including statutory holidays for a fee of $2 per person. Physical distancing and increased sanitation procedures will be in place. Please note Brennan Park Recreation Centre is closed on statutory holidays. Public washrooms are open at Brennan Park soccer fields between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • The washrooms in Junction Park are open for day use. Increased sanitation procedures will be in place.
  • Portable toilets are open at the Eagle Viewing area, Fisherman’s Park and Smoke Bluffs Park
  • Portable toilets are open at the Buckley Avenue and Mashiter Creek Bridge skate parks.

Transportation

Squamish ↔ Whistler

Shuttle services between Squamish and Whistler are currently available through the Squamish Shred Shuttle and Skylynx

Check Shred Shuttles Schedule

Check Skylynx Schedule

Squamish ↔ Vancouver

The Squamish Connector offers daily shuttles between Squamish, Britannia Beach the North Shore and Vancouver.

Check Squamish Connector Schedule

Events

View an up-to-date list of event updates in Squamish


If you require additional information we can be reached by email at info [at] tourismsquamish.com