Halfmoon Bay

Homesite Creek Waterfalls

Posted on Dec 03, 2019 in Halfmoon Bay

Found in the Secret Cove area of BC's Sunshine Coast, Homesite Creek boasts forested trails and waterfalls. There's a wide spot for parking along Highway 101 and two trailheads nearby.

The northern trailhead is a few steps up the highway on the other side of the creek. Following that trail will take you past a couple of smaller waterfalls before ar...

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Big Tree Recreation site

Posted on Nov 12, 2019 in Halfmoon Bay

Big Tree Recreation Site in Halfmoon Bay is a 109-acre park land managed by the Sunshine Coast Regional District.

A well-groomed wheelchair accessible path leads to a couple of featured old growth Douglas fir trees. True to its name, these trees are believed to be the biggest living trees on the Sunshine Coast.

There are picnic tables near the tree...

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Sargeant Bay Provincial Park

Posted on Oct 12, 2019 in Halfmoon Bay

Sargeant Bay Provincial Park in Halfmoon Bay combines ocean beaches, a wetland, and forested trails. Established in 1990, the park now encompasses 142 hectares and is just a short 10-minute drive from Sechelt.

While there's no camping permitted at the park, it's an excellent location for daytime swimming and sunbathing as well as hiking and explorin...

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Coopers Green Regional Park - Halfmoon Bay, BC

Posted on Jul 09, 2019 in Halfmoon Bay

Coopers Green Park in Halfmoon Bay is a popular summertime destination for Sunshine Coast locals and visitors alike.

Just a 15-minute drive from Sechelt, Coopers Green has a host of amenities including a barbeque pit, washrooms, and a beach volleyball court. A popular location for SCUBA divers, there's also a swimming beach for the less adventurous...

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Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial Park - Sunshine Coast, BC

Posted on Jun 26, 2019 in Halfmoon Bay

Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial Park on BC’s beautiful Sunshine Coast is a wonderful natural area and has a trail system that runs through a wide variety of landscape. There’s heaps to see and do there as you explore the trails, boardwalks, bays, and coves. Birds and wildlife are abundant and if you’re lucky, you might see eagles, beavers, ducks, s...

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