Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial Park, Halfmoon Bay
(4.8/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial Park is located in Halfmoon Bay. A visit to Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Halfmoon Bay vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • smugglers cove did not disappoint. we had a beautiful sunny day, lots of little nooks to soak up the sun and the ocean. 
  • it was a nice easy hike, there is a little part with stairs it was nice and quiet hike. the sunset looked amazing there. 
  • We recently made the trek to Smugglers Cove just north of Sechelt on BC's Sunshine Coast. The walk is not overly strenuous for most of the way and the trail is well maintained and easy to follow. You ...  more »
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  • Great area to visit. The boardwalk area through the marsh was breathtaking. The ferns, lilypads and other plants were so beautiful. Lots of ducks and birds too. Then...you get to the ocean and bays. That is so beautiful too. Nice hike and the views are amazing. Great place to spend a couple hours!
  • Very nice sheltered little anchorage to stop half way up Georgia Straight. Can be a little tight, only room for a dozen or so boats. Had a little trouble setting the stern anchor to shore, however that was user error.
  • Great park. You can hike through the forest on a clear trail and not too difficult. Couple hours for a return trip and nearly anyone can do it.
  • it's a well developed easy level trail and dog friendly. good for family
  • Gorgeous place to see some true West coast flora and fauna. Great Hikes, camping, and quaint coastal communities.