Sechelt, BC, Canada (including Wilson Creek, Davis Bay, Selma Park and Tuwanek) is located on the lower section of the Sunshine Coast on the shores of the Sechelt Inlet and at the doorstep of the Salish Sea. Just offshore there is an isthmus seperating Trail Bay and the Sechelt Inlet which is referred to as an Inland Sea. Sechelt is the "land between two waters" in the language of the local First Nation people.
Activities most enjoyed in Sechelt, BC and the surrounding areas includes scuba diving, sailing, fishing, boating, sea kayaking, golfing, canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, snow shoeing, bird watching, flightseeing, backpacking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, wind surfing and spa experiences.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in and around Sechelt, Sunshine Coast, British Columbia includes the Tetrahedron Park, Porpoise Bay Park, Angus Creek Bike Loop Trail, Hidden Grove Trail, Chapman Creek Trail, Kinnikinnick Park, and the Tuwanek Point Beach Trail.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Sechelt includes the Sechelt Nation Totem Poles, Davis Bay Beach & Pier, Sechelt Marsh, Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden, and the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives.
Travel services important to travelers in and around the community of Sechelt, Sunshine Coast includes accommodations (cottages, bed and breakfasts, cabins, hotels, motels, vacation home rentals, resorts), campground, grocery store, winery, restaurants, gift stores, banks, gas stations, liquor stores, pubs, internet, cell service and transportation services including marina, floatplane, and the Sechelt Airport.