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Town of Lund, BC
British Columbia Highway #101, also known as the 'Pacific Coastal Highway', is one of the world's longest highways; 'The Pacific Coastal Highway', Starts/Finishes at Lund, BC, and extends southwards 15,202km away, to the South American town of Quellon, Porto Monte, Chile. - Attractions in and around Lund, BC - The Historic Lund Hotel - Access to Desolation Sound, BC - Water Taxi to Savary Island, BC.
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Okeover Arm Provincial Park Turn Off
6 kms/2.7 miles to the park. This small campground is on the doorstep of Desolation Sound Marine Park. There are 14 vehicle/tent sites open seasonally and four small, condensed sites open all year. - Desolation Sound Marine Park; (access by boat only) This park is at the confluence of Malaspina Inlet and Homfray Channel. Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park has more than 60 km of shoreline, several islands, numerous small bays and snug coves. The warm waters of the park are ideal for swimming and scuba diving; the forested upland offers many trails and small lakes and wilderness tent sites. Other facilities: Prideaux Haven: Located as a base for exploring the Sound, this anchorage is an bay dotted with islands and small coves at the far north end of the park. A pit toilet is located there. - Tenedos Bay: A sheltered bay east of Mink Island in Homfrey Channel. Nearby Unwin Lake freshwater swimming. Pit toilets, wilderness camp sites and an information shelter are also located there. - Grace Harbour: A large sheltered bay located in Malaspina Inlet and surrounded by Gifford Peninsula. Pit toilets, wilderness camp sites, an information shelter and an upland hiking shelter.
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Old Mine Road

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Craig Park Turn Off

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Sliammon Nation Village
Sliammon River and Salmon Hatchery
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Gibson's Beach, BC Turn Off

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Powell Lake
Highway Crosses a bridge over a river exiting the lake.
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Historic Powell River Townsite
Attractions in and around Powell River, BC - Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific and Blackberry Festival - Patricia Theatre - Evergreen Theatre - Little Teapot Gallery Ltd - Artique Gallery - Cranberry Pottery - Malaspina Exhibition Centre - Powell River Open Air Market - Powell River Historical Museum and Archives - Powell River's Seawalk - Emerald Princess - Powell River Art Studio Tour - Tla'Amin (Sliammon) Salmon Hatchery - Powell River Historical and Forestry museums.
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Scenic Stop Off
A beautiful view of Savary Island, BC.
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East Side of Historic Powell River, BC Townsite
The Powell River, BC; region stretches along the Pacific Ocean from Saltery Bay in the south to Lund, BC in the north.
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Tenting, Parking and Municipal Beach

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Newer Powell River, BC Townsite
Comox, BC and Texada Island, BC Ferries. Visitor Information.
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Stop Of Interest
View of the Ocean
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East Side of Powell River, BC

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Camping

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Nice Rock Beach, BC

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Myrtle Point Golf Club

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Garnet Rock RV Park
Full R.V. hook ups, hot showers, laundry, cable and telephone service, walking trails, parks, sightseeing and fishing charters. Attractions around Garnet Rock RV Park: Lang Creek fish hatchery and spawning channel - 18 hole championship design golf course (within 5 minutes walking distance) - Kayak or canoe in the calm waters of Malaspina straight from our beach.
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Lang Creek Spawning Channel

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Goat Lake Mountain Turn Off

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Palm Beach Regional Park
Palm Beach Regional Park features swimming, picnicking and is situated near the Stillwater Trail.
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Lois River

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Powell Forest Canoe Route Turn Off
The Powell Forest Canoe Route - 83 km (52 miles) canoe circle route takes you on a circuit involving 8 lakes that surround Powell River, BC. There are at least 21 forestry recreation sites along the route.
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Jefferd Creek
Small Creek
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View Point

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Saltery Bay, BC Provincial Park
Saltery Bay Park is located on the north shore of Jervis Inlet. From the shore, killer whales and sea lions can sometimes be seen. There is excellent scuba diving and an opportunity to view Canada's only underwater mermaid statue. Campground Facilities: 42 vehicle/tent campsites including 2 double units. Facilities include pit toilets and a sani-station, and showers. Picnic Areas Saltery Bay Provincial Park has a day-use/picnic area. There are no covered shelters available. The day-use area is located 1 km from the campgrounds. There is a concrete boat ramp, hand pump for water.
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Kent's Beach Campsite

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Mermaid Cove, BC Saltery Provincial Park
Tenting and Scuba Diving, hiking: The Mermaid Cove Trail starts at the bridge over Park Creek near the entrance to the Campground. It is an easy 1 km hike through 90 year old second growth stand of forest. Some sections of the trail traverses short sections of rocky out crops where footing may be slippery.
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Saltry Bay, BC Ferry Terminal

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Earls Cove, BC Ferry Terminal

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Egmont Village Turn Off
3 km to village site. Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park
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Dan Bosch Regional Park
The park offers a great view of Ruby Lake.
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Ruby Lake, BC

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Footloose Recreation Area
Camping, Trails
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View point of lake

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Pull Out (south side)

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Pender Harbour, BC Golf Club

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Garden Bay Resort
Visitor Info, camping, recreation.
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Madeira Park Village

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Headwater Marina

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Sunshine Coast Resort
Camping
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Madeira Park, BC Village
Visitor Info. Madeira Marina. Coho Marina
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Paq Lake
Small trout fishing lake.
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Silver Sands Resort RV

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Pull Out (north side)
Information board with local information
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Secret Cove Resort Area

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Secret Cover Marina Turn Off

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Buccaneer Marina

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Homesite Creek Trail Head

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Smugglers Cove Provincial Park
A small, picturesque all-weather anchorage on the south side of Sechelt Peninsula near Secret Cove. Land access to this park is by a 4-km hike from a parking lot off Highway 101. This park provides camping, hiking, swimming, kayaking and picnicking.
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Halfmoon Bay, BC Resort

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Trout Lake

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Sechelt, BC Townsite

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Mall
Visitors Information.
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Sechelt Townsite

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Porpoise Bay Provincial Park turn off
A favourite family park. The park is separated from the Strait of Georgia by the isthmus at Sechelt. Sandy beaches. Excellent base camp for paddlers exploring the Sechelt Inlet.
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Sechelt Nation

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Turn Off to Boat Launch
(south side)
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Bella Beach, BC
Long beautiful stone beach with a view
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Bella Beach Parking

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Chapman Creek

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Wilson Creek, BC Campground

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Seschelt District, BC (East)

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Roberts Creek Provincial Park
At low tide the cobblestone ocean beach at the picnic area is a good viewing area for sea stars, mussels and oysters or for watching whales, seals and ducks (in winter) offshore. Douglas-fir and cedar forests are home to deer and Douglas squirrels. Roberts Creek Provincial Park is separated into a separate campground and day use area. - Camping: There are 21 gravel sites, one of which is a double site. There are no pull-through sites; Pit or Flush Toilets. Cold water taps are located in both the day-use and campground areas. Sani-station available.
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Roberts Creek Picnic Area

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Sunshine Coast Golf Course

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Boonie Brook? Camping

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Gibsons, BC Townsite
Attractions in and around Gibsons, BC: Gibsons Landing Sunday Market - Music in The Landing - Trail and Cycle Network - Elphinstone Museum - Seawalk - Molly's Reach - Atlee Beach - Winegarden Park - Armours Beach - Spyglass Place - Gibsons Jazz Festival - Gibsons Outrigger Canoe Races.
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Gibson's Visitor Center

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Gibson's Landing
Molly's Reach Restaurant from the 1970's Canadian TV series, 'The Beach Combers'. Great tourism stop.
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Langdon Ferry, BC

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Horse Shoe Bay Ferry Terminal - Gibson's, BC Landing
Access to North Vancouver, BC; Vancouver,BC; Access to 'The Sea to Sky Highway' Whistler Village, BC. Attractions in and around Whistler Village, BC. - Whistler - Blackcomb Ski Resorts - Adele-Campbell Art Gallery - Black Tusk Gallery - Freestyle Framing & Art Gallery - Whistler Village Art Gallery - The Whistler Inuit Gallery - West Coast Gallery Ltd - The Northwest Connection - Whistler Millennium Place.
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Horse Shoe Bay Ferry Terminal - Gibson's, BC Landing
Access to North Vancouver, BC; Vancouver,BC; Access to 'The Sea to Sky Highway' Whistler Village, BC.Attractions in and around Vancouver, BC - Stanley Park - Queen Elizabeth Park - - VanDusen Botanical Gardens - Hastings Park - Bloedel Conservatory - Vancouver Art Gallery - Vancouver Museum - Vancouver Maritime Museum - H.R. MacMillan Space Centre - ACTS Science World.
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Horse Shoe Bay Ferry Terminal - Gibson's, BC Landing
NOTE: For highway travel north via British Columbia Highway #99 'The Sea to Sky Highway' - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Highway #99 'The Sea to Sky Highway' The Horse Shoe Bay Ferry Terminal to Whistler Village, BC; for driving directions. -e