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Pipers Lagoon Park, Nanaimo

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Stroll around, or head down the pebbly beach and dip into the water at Pipers Lagoon Park. The rocky headland is perfectly positioned to reward visitors with picturesque sunsets over the horizon. You can discover several benches lining the lagoon, all of which provide a great area for relaxing while listening to the sounds of the ocean. Find an abundance of birds frequenting the area, including eagles, blue herons, and seagulls. Sea lions are also commonly seen in the area and, if you're lucky, you might even spot a whale. Plan your visit to Pipers Lagoon Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Nanaimo tourist route planner.
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  • Been coming for years and years. Just truly amazing! Its nice high tide or low tide. Bring your camera you will want it!! 
  • This location is a beauty of a park located near homes on Hammond Bay. There are washrooms and feet cleaning facilities onsite. There is a gate as well. Many people come here for swimming, walking wit...  read more »
  • This park is near Neck Point which is probably a more popular destination, but we preferred this park. It is nice and flat for walking. Open views over the water. Pets on their leashes are welcome. So...  read more »
  • Worth my time.... Beautiful views and surprisingly warm water. People swimming with kids. Rocky beach.. Shoes are a must!
  • Beautiful place to adventure. Not all of the park is accessible if you have mobility issues but still plenty to see.
  • Great little walk if you have some time to spare out in Nanaimo. Sidenote: The trail can be a bit slippery when wet so watch your footing.
  • Great location for walking. Beautiful scenery, just be careful around the cliffs.
  • Nice park, but difficult to walk through, and the views at nearby neck point are better
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