Located in an area rich with wildlife and steeped in history and culture, this newly-opened park offers a range of recreational opportunities for both the day visitor and the overnight camper.
“Green” features of the redeveloped campground and new day-use area include buildings with green roofs, water- and energy-efficient fixtures, the planting of native trees and shrubs, and encouraging recycling with visitors.
Rich in nutrients and organic matter, Nutrifor - Metro Vancouver's biosolid product - was used to help in the greening of the Brae Island redevelopment. more...
Please show courtesy to other park visitors by removing your dog’s droppings.
Accessible washrooms are available near the parking lot. Currently there is one universally accessible picnic table at the beach picnic area. There is a ramp down to the beach, but access from the sand to the water is limited.
Tavistock Point Trail is a 2.1 km long firm to semi firm fine gravel surface, with less than 5% slopes and a minimum 2.5 m width. The trail has several viewpoints with one step up to viewing platforms.
Tavistock Trail Loop is a new loop trail, minimum 2.5 m wide with fine gravel surfacing and an accessible boardwalk.
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Prepare for your visit to a regional park before you leave home. more...