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One of those places where you can loose yourself in peaceful solitude. Lots of free parking and walking trails and from the parking lot you can ride your bike right on into the back of
A nice hike along the water with benches to sit and take in a view. We go there often and then take a quick drive to Crescent beach for ice cream. Quiet and usually clean but for dog owners who don't clean up after their...More
Recently my wife and I went on a bike ride along the trail. We went 13 km one way. there were very few people on the trail and it was basically flat the whole way. There were also a few benches along the path where...More
A short loop walk and a long bike ride can be enjoyed in the park. You will want to make sure you do not leave valuables out, buy that would be a the smart thing regardless of where you park. There is an outhouse by...More
Running parallel to the water, this wide gravel path can be accessed at several location (check the website) and you can walk for miles in both directions. The trail is completely flat, so very easy to walk or bike.
Because the trail is so long,...More
I have ridden this trail from Mud Bay Park in Delta to Tsawwassen solo and with family and friends. It's a nice long ride with an array of birds - be careful not to run over the rabbits and snakes that you may encounter along...More
This is a lovely location that allows walking, dog walking and biking along the Mud Bay foreshore. All sorts of interesting plants and birds. A bit noisy in places due to the adjacent Hwy 99 and somewhat tricky to access (use Google or Apple maps)....More
We love to come for a short loop walk or a long bike ride around the bay. A hot day can be very hot and the facilities are few and far between. When the wind is blowing it is like riding uphill despite the fact...More
Cycling and walking are available along the dyke beside Mud Bay.
Lovely trail along waterfront provides good view of mountains and train trestle to Blackie Spit. Area seasonally off limits to pets as nesting area for birds. Check tide levels before going.