HIGHLIGHTS: This trail tracks between the ocean of the Strait of Georgia to the west and a wetland marsh to the east. This area attracts a range of west coast birds with tree-hung bird feeders and is a protected coastal provincial park. You may catch a glimpse of a beaver and its dam in the wetlands or see the fish ladder located in the park stream.
ACCESS: 6.5km north of Sechelt on Highway 101. Turn left on Redroofs Road in Halfmoon Bay. The park is one kilometer along this road on the left. Parking is available road side or at the bottom of the gravel road leading into the park.
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Posted By: SweetJesus
- Tue Dec 28 21:51:24 EST 2004
UpsideEasy Access by Car. Beautiful Scenery. Excellent protection in the bay and easy put-in for sea kayaks.
CommentThe Beach is mainly rocks, but lower tides will expose a beautiful sandy beach with sand bars.