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From Howe Sound to Desolation Sound, Sunshine Coast beaches and Parks are legendary. There are grassy oceanfront parks offering endless coastal views. Or maybe you’d prefer tropic-like sandy beaches that line the shores of some of the warmest ocean waters north of the equator. No matter your preference, you’ve found it. Below are some of the best beaches to pledge your love for each other.
Porpoise Bay Provincial Park - Porpoise Bay Provincial Park on the Sunshine Coast offers many opportunities for coastal fun and is a favourite family park. The park is separated from the Strait of Georgia by the isthmus at Sechelt. This park is characterized by second-growth forest, open grassy areas and sandy beaches.
Sargeant Bay Provincial Park - Sargeant Bay was set aside to preserve the splendid areas of ocean beaches, rocky headlands, lagoons and heavily forested uplands. The beach at this day-use area is excellent for walking and nature viewing.
Cliff Gilker Park – Featuring a trail network of stunning forest, creeks and waterfalls, Cliff Gilker is a favourite of many Sunshine Coasters.
Mahood Beach – 15 minutes south of city limits, Mahoods Beach is a favourite of many locals. The retreating tide exposes miles of sandy beach, perfect for that romantic, tucked-away ceremony.
Haywire Bay – Sandy beaches line the shores of Powell Lake at Haywire Bay Regional Park, the perfect spot for that family camping wedding.
Palm Beach Regional Park - discover one of the best area beaches and regional parks, ideal for beachcombing, family picnics, wedding ceremonies, barbecues, swimming, snorkelling, exploring tidal pools and taking in one of our famous sunsets.
Stillwater Bluffs – Stillwater Bluffs has the ability to transport you a million miles away and is certainly one of Powell River's best kept secrets. Rockclimbing, crashing waves, towering arbutus trees, this area is truly a geological gem.
Saltery Bay Provincial Park – Just 5 minutes from the ferry to Earl’s Cove sits this magnificent park with stunning views, lush forests and some of the best diving in the world.
Willingdon Beach – One of the more popular beaches because of its close proximity to the city centre. Sandy Beaches, a public wharf, a kids water park, and a stunning trail through lush forest, this site has it all!
Savary Island – Legendary beaches. Legendary waters. Savary Island is perhaps the most romantic destination in all of Canada! See for yourself.
Second Beach – Also known as Hulks Beach, this spot is great for views of Vancouver Island, sea lions and the legendary Hulks, Powell River’s historic breakwater comprised of WWII ships.
Shelter Point (Texada) - This popular beach offers the perfect balance between a rugged forest wilderness and a picturesque white-sand paradise.