Kinnikinnick Park

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Kinnikinnick Park is a public park located in the community of Sechelt, B.C. 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.

Families visit Kinnikinnick Park so kids can play in the adventure playground and release some energy. Onsite is a small and large concession area to quench the thirst. There are several easy walking trails properly marked at the entrance of the park. The longest trail, pink trail, is a short loop walk leading to an Bald Eagles nesting area. The shorter trails are all connector trails intersecting each other.

The Kinnikinnick Park is named after a west coast low lying shrub, Kinnikinnick, which is also referred to as "Bear Berry". A resilient berry surviving on the cusp between where the sand meets forest. The Kinnikinnick plant produces beautiful tiny pink flowers first and as the natural cycle progresses the flowers turn into bright red berries.
Kinnikinnick Park, Sunshine Coast, Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada


Kinnikinnick Park
Ripple Way

How To Get ToKinnikinnick Park

Follow Hwy 101 into the community of Sechelt, BC, on the Sunshine Coast. Turn right on Trail Avenue which will turn into Reef Road. At Shoal Way take a left and then a right on Lookout Avenue. On Ripple Way take a left and continue past the Sechelt Golf Club and onto Kinnikinnick Park.
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