Green spaces and parks on the Sunshine Coast, British Columbia, are bountiful and varied. Choose from marine access parks, provincial campgrounds, established trail networks, picnic areas and recreation sites.
When you visit parks on the Sunshine Coast, we encourage you to take good care of our parks so we can enjoy them for generations to come. Here are a few ways you can do that:
- Don’t litter
- Be kind to people, plants, and animals
- Poop where you are supposed to
- Take only photos
- Keep pets on a leash
- Remember that forests are not firewood
PROVINCIAL PARKS ON THE SUNSHINE COAST
BC Parks maintains world-class provincial park sites, including Skookumchuck Narrows, the Tetrahedron, Porpoise Bay, Inland Lake, and Saltery Bay, to name a few. Explore the BC Parks interactive map for full details about each of the Sunshine Coast’s provincial parks.
REGIONAL DISTRICT PARKS ON THE SUNSHINE COAST
Our two regional districts maintain a variety of parks, trails, beach accesses, playgrounds, sports fields and bicycle/walking paths. Regional District Park lists:
- North Coast: Qathet Regional District Park list: Explore more
- South Coast: Sunshine Coast Regional District’s interactive park map.
Remember, our parks are frequented by wildlife as well. Please help keep our parks safe for people and animals by packing out what you pack in, being aware of your surroundings, and learning about wildlife behaviour. Learn more about wildlife, their behaviour, and staying safe with WildSafeBC.
Tour guides and operators offer an excellent way to experience our parks. Pick from Indigenous cultural tours, kayaking, hiking, boating, biking, aerial sightseeing, or even wellness tours such as forest bathing experiences.