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Green Forest

Parks we service

Specializing in park facility operations for BC Parks and the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD), below are a list of parks we help manage within the South Sunshine Coast region. Click on each park to learn more.

A small backcountry campsite accessible by boat. This marine park is located on Gambier Island within the Howe Sound. Note there is currently no dock. 

A small forested campground with separate beach area. Conveniently located between Gibsons and Sechelt, just off Highway 101.

A familly favourite because of its many facilities. This large campround includes a sandy beach, grassy fields, playground and shower buildings.

A marine campground with walk-in campsites accessible by boat on Keats Island. This cove provides safe anchorage close to Gibsons. It includes mooring buoys and a wharf.

A park created to preserve the ecologically sensitive habitat found in the bay, wetland and neighboring watersheds. Excellent for taking a nature walk to view many bird species. Learn about the history and Sargeant Bay Society.

A popular swimming spot with a sandy beach and picnic area. Located at Ruby Lake close to Egmont off of Hiqhway 101. Parking is limited.

A picturesque cove that provides safe anchorage accessible by entering Welcome Passage. For nature lovers, a short 4 km walk includes a boardwalk over wetlands with active beaver dams. Please keep dogs on leash.

This park is named after the strong water that creates rapids for viewing (or riding if you dare). Check out the tidal chart for best viewing times. 

A picturesque lakeside campground. Located off of Garden Bay Road just North of Pender Harbour. A family favourite because of the sandy beach, playground, RV sites and shower buildings. Home to endangered Western Painted Turtles so keep dogs on leash.

Visitor Testimonials


Porpoise Bay Park

"We have camped there since 1989.  Obviously we enjoy this park because of the following:  the washrooms are clean almost spotless; the sites are free from litter; apart from bear sighting warnings it is always safe to walk around the park.  The staff there are very courteous and friendly"
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