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I've been here on a few occasions but it's not somewhere I would drive to unless I was in the area. It's a point of land, at the end of a road, with large, sloping rock ledges. This is where you walk unless you want...More
Beautiful place to hike, especially at low tide so you can do some beach combing. There are large flat rocks you can walk on at low tide and look for all kinds of wildlife like purple and orange starfish. It’s a small park, and an...More
You must be able to walk on uneven ground, over rocks and down steep slopes. Great for exploring the coastal shoreline and taking in the scenery. The area covers a large rocky area that goes to the water's edge. Tidal area so be careful when...More
This is a small park in a residential area with a small parking area right on the side of the main road. It’s a short, easy walk to the beach from the road and parking area. If you check the tide charts before you go...More
This is a small regional park off the end of the Beachcomber peninsula in Nanoose Bay. It is a bit of a drive (about 15 km) from the Island highway on a residential curvy, hilly road. There is no parking lot, just a few spots...More
We stopped by chance and boy, what a spot. Absolutely amazing views and not a soul around. We walked around and stopped to take in the view and were not disappointed. Lots of lovely areas to picnic in. Very quiet and pristine. Highly recommend this...More
I swam 4 or 5 minutes magnetic south till I reached the rock slope, out past the clam bed. The wall starts around 95 feet at high tide. Keep going and soon you reach the vertical wall.
Not many wall dives 6 minutes from shore...More