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This is such a beautiful provincial park. It is a day park and there is plenty of free parking available. The information boards are outstanding and give lots of interesting information about what to look for and also explain the ecology of the area.
We have spent many nights anchored here on our way south to Vancouver. It’s a great spot to get out of the wind on a boat. There is often good crabbing for dungeness as well. On land, it’s a fabulous rustic rocky beach with interesting...More
Sargeant Bay Provincial Park is a great place to relax and enjoy the ocean, regardless of the time of year. It is only a day park and camping is not allowed. The shoreline is covered with driftwood and great for children wanting to explore. The...More
we love going to the beach. but be warned about this one. it is a rocky beach. there really is no sand here. so if you are going with little kids like we did, this is not the best beach. there are no facilities here...More
Sargeant Bay was not on our list of beaches to explore. We hadn't heard of it at all, until we arrived at our AirBnB for the night and learned that it was 5 minutes up the road. We arrived with zero expectations, and it ended...More
We dropped by to check out the beach and found it in a nice bay. There weren't many people, so we had a nice chunk of the beach to ourselves. However, parking is at a premium down by the beach. One will likely need to...More
Gorgeous on this fall morning. Only 2 other people in the park. This photo is of the bird sanctuary behind the ocean beach. From the beach you look out to the Trail Islands. Particularly sunny in the early morning.
Lovely to look at but our plan to swim was instantly cancelled when a woman kayaked over from a cottage on the west side, with two little kids in tow, while her dogs ran loose (against the rules) on the beach (doubly against the rules),...More