Cliff Gilker Park is located in the Roberts Creek, BC area on the lower Sunshine Coast north of Gibsons B.C., south of Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada.
The hiking-only park is a popular gathering place for families, walkers, photographers and naturalists. The parks trail system is filled with many colour coded hiking routes cutting through forests and walking over creeks observing waterfalls. The multiple trails intersect one another and should take 2-3 hours to complete. A little longer if you spend some time enjoying the scenery. 1 hour if you are in a rush.
The well-maintained Cliff Gilker Park trails are surrounded by Douglas Fir and Red Cedar trees. The trail system does have some stair climbing sections and bridge crossing sections over Clack and Roberts Creek. The four walking hiking trails are well marked and are all loop trails. There are four walking trails in total to explore in the park and they are the Washout, Katimavik, River Run and Shortcut Trails.
The park has washroom facilities, playground and a small parking lot area.
Cliff Gilker Park, Roberts Creek, BC on the Sunshine Coast.
How To Get To: Cliff Gilker Park Follow Hwy 101 north from Gibsons, BC for 10 km (6 mi.) or drive south on Hwy 101 from Sechelt BC to Roberts Creek. The Cliff Gilker Park is on the east side of Hwy 101 at 3110 Sunshine Coast Highway. It is right by the Sunshine Coast Golf & Country Club.