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Concert in a waterfront gazebo, Gibsons Landing (Picture BC photo)

Concert in a waterfront gazebo, Gibsons Landing

(Picture BC photo)

Gibsons

Water Activities

View of lake (Picture BC photo)

View of lake (Picture BC photo)

It's no surprise that water activities are a major draw for Sunshine Coast visitors.

The Sunshine Coast is bounded by the Strait of Georgia to the west and Howe Sound to the south. It has countless bays and inlets, as well as gorgeous lakes, rivers, creeks, and streams. With kayaking, canoeing, fishing, diving, boating and more, there's virtually no end to the options.

Kayaking and Canoeing

In Gibsons, one easy option for kayakers or canoers is to launch in Gibsons Harbour, admiring the sailboats in the marina, and paddle in Shoal Channel, following the shoreline. Or take a tour around local islands like Keats Island and Gambier Island.

Directly north of Sechelt, go kayaking or canoeing on the tranquil expanse of Sechelt Inlet, as well as the adjoining Salmon Inlet and Narrows Inlet.

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