Suncoaster Bike Trail is a thrilling mountain bike ride covering 33 km (20 mi.) stretching from Homesite Creek, near Halfmoon Bay, and continues through the hills of the Caren Range down to Klein Lake near the village of Earls Cove.
One of the more popular beach parks in the proximity of the community because of the many activities it caters to like camping, picnicking, swimming, launching a kayak and beach lounging on the sandy beach.
The trail system explores the Lang Creek area with a diverse selection of scenery highlighted by the waterfalls. The trail wonders for 5 km (3 mi). At a comfortable pace, taking some time to observe your surroundings, the trail should take 1-2 hours to complete.
The area is a popular destination for swimming fishing and for beach activities. There are picnic tables onsite and a leisure easy grade trail exploring around the perimeter of Ruby Lake. The loop hiking trail is approximately 0.8 km long.
The walking and biking trail is enjoyed by all ages and abilities. The park and trail has been designed for easy walking and is fully wheelchair accessible spread out over 2,763 hectares. There are Totem Poles onsite from carvers Jackie Timothy and Terry Chapman.
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 identifying feature of Davis Bay is the long pebbled beach coastline with a well developed paved walking path lined with viewing benches while highlighted with a long wooden fishing pier jutting out from the shoreline.