Sargeant Bay Provincial Park – Realtor Tony Browton
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Sargeant Bay Provincial Park – Realtor Tony Browton

Sargeant Bay Provincial Park in Halfmoon Bay
combines ocean beaches, a wetland, and forested trails. Established in 1990, the park now
encompasses 142 hectares and is just a short 10-minute drive from Sechelt. While there’s no camping permitted at the
park, it’s an excellent location for daytime swimming and sunbathing as well as hiking
and exploring. The wetlands at Sargeant Bay makes this a birdwatchers’ paradise with 157
species of birds that can been seen at the park. Leaving the beach and heading north, you’ll
find hiking trails weaving their way through the forest towards Triangle Lake. On display, there are cedars, ferns, and Douglas Fir trees. Visitors and wildlife have the Sargeant Bay
Society and BC Parks to thank for the park’s creation and continued conservation efforts. Visit my website for a map and directions
to Sargeant Bay Provincial Park on BC’s beautiful Sunshine Coast.

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