Anderson Bay Provincial Park

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Texada Island

Park Size: 35 hectares
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Anderson Bay Provincial Park is a protected bay located on the eastern side of Texada island which is popular for open mooring and acts as an overnight shelter for boats. Anderson Bay Provincial Park is measured at 35 hectares.

The marine park is a sightseeing destination and a launching pad for kayaks, canoes, scuba diving and for fishing for salmon, rockfish and lingcod. There is no boat ramp so launching is finding a good spot and going for it. The beach is also a launching site for scuba divers.
Anderson Bay Provincial Park, Texada Island, BC on the Sunshine Coast.


Anderson Bay Provincial Park
Anderson Bay Road
Texada Island

How To Get ToAnderson Bay Provincial Park

From the ferry head over to Gillies Bay Road. Take a left onto Shelter Bay Road and continue to Bell Road and take a right. At Anderson Bay Road verge left to the park.
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