Beach on Denman Island.

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Denman Island


Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Two oceanfront provincial parks and an evolving network of green spaces provide ample walking, birding, and outdoor pleasures on Denman Island.

All credit for the island's newly protected lands goes to the Denman Conservancy Association. Founded in 1991, this volunteer community group has saved some of Denman's most environmentally sensitive forests and wetlands.

Boyle Point Provincial Park

Photo-worthy views of the light station on Chrome Island off Denman's southern tip are the reward for an easy hour-long round trip stroll to Boyle Point Provincial Park. Park at the end of East Road past the Gravelly Bay ferry dock. Detour to Eagle Rock halfway along the second-growth forested route for views of Hornby Island. Or carry on to the point, where sea lions bark loudly in the winter and fish for herring offshore from the sandstone cliffs.

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Miracle Beach Provincial Park - Black Creek


Miracle Beach is a popular destination offering a broad safe sandy ocean beach featuring rich tide pools at low tide, perfect for observing varieties of marine life. A large picnic area overlooks the water & trails wind through lush forest.

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