Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada, is located along the Strait
of Georgia from the Howe Sound to Desolation
Sound. Numerous bays and inlets create protected ocean beaches
Coast Range Mountains loom above the Sunshine Coast. This area is one
of BC's best sport fishing and recreation areas. Bed & Breakfast
Inns, vacation cottagesoffer lodging & accommodations, while sea
kayaking and marine tour companies offer west coast adventures.
provide the main access to BC's Sunshine Coast. Ferries leave from Horseshoe
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Creek Provincial Park. The park is located 14 km west of Gibsons.
A 24 site camground, picnic area, swimming area and sani-station are
provided. Anglers may try their luck for salmon in the offshore waters.
Bay Provincial Park. This park is north of Sechelt and provides
an excellent day-use area with trails, beaches and picnicking areas.
The surrounding waters are perfect for canoeing, kayaking, board
sailing, scuba diving and fishing. A boat launching ramp is provided.
Bay Provincial Park. This park is located at the southern end
of Sechelt Inlet in a forest of Douglas fir, western red cedar,
western hemlock, maple and alder. An 84 site campground provides
toilets and showers. A cyclist only camping area with 40 sites is
located nearby. Walking trails and sandy beaches are just some of
the parks features.
Bay Provincial Park. This day-use park is located 37 km north
of Sechelt. A picnic area is provided. Swimming and fishing are popular
Narrows Park. Near the northern tip of the Sechelt Peninsula
this park provides the visitor with 4 km of trails to view the tidal
activity. "Skookumchuk" is a Chinook word meaning turbulent waters.
Jervis Inlet to Okeover Arm:
Bay Provincial Park. Noted for its excellent scuba diving, Saltery
Bay provides the visitor with the perfect area to view sea life. Killer
whales, seals and sea lions are resident in the offshore waters. The
area is popular with sport fishermen. A 42 site campground and picnic
areas are provided.
Arm Provincial Park. The park is located 19 km north of Powell
River. A small 5 site campground and boat launch are provided.
Bay Marine Park. Located on the east side of Gambier Island,
this marine park provides visitors with mooring, buoys, dinghy
floats and pit toilets.
Cove Marine Park. This park is located on the northwest side
of Keats Island. A wharf and mooring buoys provide access to the
campsite where fire pits, water, trails and a beach are found.
of Georgia: Buccaneer
Bay Marine Park. This park is located at the southern tip of
North Thormanby Island. Anchorage for larger boats is provided and
the sandy beach is accessible by dinghy.
Marine Park. Located on South Thormanby Island, this park is
undeveloped but a pebble beach with good swimming is available.
Cove Marine Park. Five campsites with toilets and hiking trails
Islands Marine Park. These islands are located northwest of Lund
and provide good kayaking. Wilderness camping is permitted.
Arm Marine Park. This park is located on Lewis Channel on the
west side of Redonda Island. The Cassel Lake and Cassel Falls are
the areas main attractions.
Sound Marine Park. This is BC's largest marine park. Scuba
diving and swimming are favorite pastimes in the many small bays
and coves. Major anchorages include Prideaux Haven, Tenedos Bay
and Grace Harbour.
Bay Marine Park. Located on the east side of West Redonda Island.
Tent sites and hiking trails to Black Lake are provided.
Cove Marine Park. This sheltered anchorage is located on West
redonda island in the Waddington Channel.