Sechelt, BC Parks, Trails & Places
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The Sunshine Coast trail leads through old growth forests, a marsh wetland and leads to the headwaters of Davis Creek. The Hidden Grove Trail section is just a small part of the bigger picture. The region is actually divided into four park sections.
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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.
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This Sunshine Coast Park, Tuwanek Point Beach Trail is a short trail covering over 2 km ( 1.2 mi.). The trial route leads to Irvine Creek and then to views of the ocean coastline.
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The rewards of this mountain biking route includes some fantastic views of Sechelt Inlet, Mt. Richardson, the Caren Range Plateau and of the town of Sechelt, on the Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada.
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Chapman Creek is a hiking and biking trail located south of Sechelt, BC in the area of Davis Bay on the lower section of the Sunshine Coast.
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The summer seasons attract the mountain bike, off road (ATV and motorbikes) and hiking enthusiasts to the Dakota Ridge area. Winter is its main use for xc ski and snowshoeing.
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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.
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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.
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he Sechelt Marsh draws the attention of many birds to the area like woodpeckers, buffleheads, redwing blackbirds, swallows, Canada Geese, malards and many more water friendly birds.
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The network of trails, the numbers of lakes and creeks while hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the Tetrahedron Provincial Park provides days of enjoyment and many photo moments.
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