Kayakers usually plan a visit after launching from Lund on their way to the marine wonders of Desolation Sound. Scuba diving draws people to the area to explore the underwater reefs and marine activity as Copeland has many protected bays and sheltered inlets to explore.
The small waterfront park is a day use destination area that is a popular gathering place for visitors interested in enjoying a picnic, a game of horseshoes, a day out scuba diving, swimming, playing outdoor volleyball or to launch a boat.
The park is a popular destination for picnics, team sports and short walks. Along with the squirrels playing in the wooded park, there are also locals looking to play like sport teams arriving to play a game of baseball on one of the 2 baseball fields or the one soccer field.
Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park is a popular park destination accessed by hikers, photographers and kayakers. The 123 hectare nature sanctuary is centred around the tidal pools, eddies and changing
Musket Island is a popular docking point for boaters and as an overnight camping destination for kayakers. Musket Island can be reached by pleasure boats or by kayaks from the launching points located in Saltery Bay, Earls Cove and in Egmont.
People come to the Francis Point Provincial Marine Park to explore by hiking, kayaking, swimming or scuba diving.The large park protects the waterfront of the Francis Peninsula closest to Madeira Park.