Sunshine Coast Parks and Places

Egmont

Egmont, BC Parks, Trails & Places

Gibsons

Gibsons Parks, Trails & Places

Halfmoon Bay

Halfmoon Bay, BC Parks, Trails & Places

Lund

Lund, BC Parks, Trails & Places

Pender Harbour

Pender Harbour Parks, Trails & Places

Powell River

Powell River Parks, Trails & Places

Roberts Creek

Roberts Creek, BC Parks, Trails & Places

Saltery Bay

Saltery Bay Parks, Trails & Places

Sechelt

Sechelt Parks, Trails & Places

Texada Island

Texada Island Parks, Trails & Places
keatsisland
The 8 square kilometres (3 square miles) Keats Island is a hiking, biking, kayaking and boating rural island with many hidden bays for moorage and hiking trails to explore.
Read more
Gibsons
musket
Musket Island is a popular docking point for boaters and as an overnight camping destination for kayakers. Musket Island can be reached by pleasure boats or by kayaks from the launching points located in Saltery Bay, Earls Cove and in Egmont.
Read more
Saltery Bay
mowat
Mowat Bay is a perfect beach for families and friends. The area enjoys a sandy beach, cement theatre like benches, boat launch and great scenery. This is said to be one of the best beach destinations in the Powell River area.
Read more
Mowat Street
Powell River
coopers_green_park 003
The small waterfront park is a day use destination area that is a popular gathering place for visitors interested in enjoying a picnic, a game of horseshoes, a day out scuba diving, swimming, playing outdoor volleyball or to launch a boat.
Read more
Redrooffs Road
Halfmoon Bay
confed_logging_roads 004
The hike is a full day adventure taking up to 3-6 hours round trip to complete. While trekking and exploring up the Confederation Lake Trail there are some views of Powell Lake and Inland Lake.
Read more
Inland Lake Road
Powell River
Tuwanek 002
This Sunshine Coast Park, Tuwanek Point Beach Trail is a short trail covering over 2 km ( 1.2 mi.). The trial route leads to Irvine Creek and then to views of the ocean coastline.
Read more
Sechelt Inlet Road
Sechelt
powell_river_canoe_route_portage
Powell Forest Canoe Route in BC, Canada is said to be one of the most best kept secrets by the kayaking and canoeing world. A voyage of sightseeing bliss, both landscape and wildlife that is mostly traveled by canoe, navigating 8 lakes following a 80 km designated route.
Read more
Powell River
kayaking-copeland
Kayakers usually plan a visit after launching from Lund on their way to the marine wonders of Desolation Sound. Scuba diving draws people to the area to explore the underwater reefs and marine activity as Copeland has many protected bays and sheltered inlets to explore.
Read more
Lund
kinnikinnick_park 004
The park is a popular destination for picnics, team sports and short walks. Along with the squirrels playing in the wooded park, there are also locals looking to play like sport teams arriving to play a game of baseball on one of the 2 baseball fields or the one soccer field.
Read more
Ripple Way
Sechelt
winegarden_waterfront_park 004
Winegarden Waterfront Park is located downtown Gibsons on the waterfront near the marina and yacht club. The park was a group effort by the community to provide a comfortable, clean area for sightseeing, walking and relaxing.
Read more
Gibsons
cliff_gilker_park 006
The hiking-only park is a popular gathering place for families, walkers, photographers and naturalists. The four walking hiking trails are well marked and are all loop trails.
Read more
3110 Sunshine Coast Highway
Roberts Creek
sechelt-marsh
he Sechelt Marsh draws the attention of many birds to the area like woodpeckers, buffleheads, redwing blackbirds, swallows, Canada Geese, malards and many more water friendly birds.
Read more
Wharf Street
Sechelt
pender_hill 001
The summit of the Pender Hill shows off views of the Sechelt Peninsula and Pender Harbour. The views come with entertainment too as sailboats, fishing boats, yachts and motor boats travel back and forth out of Pender Harbour.
Read more
Lee Road
Pender Harbour
k2_trail 001
The Knob 2 hiking trail enjoys navigating the side of Mount Elphinstone (4,137 feet/1261 m).Prepare well with water and good hiking boots, as it takes 2 hours one way, 4 hours round trip and that is not taking into consideration the long picnic many enjoy at the summit
Read more
Wharf Road
Gibsons
During the summer seasons the trails are used by naturalists and backpackers primarily and when the winter arrives the trails transform into single track cross country ski and snowshoeing trails.
Read more
Lund
Hiking With Your Children - Canadian Rockies Family Hiking Guide
Explore British Columbia
Find what Birds to Look For in this Park

Come Experience the Nicola Valley!