Cliff Gilker Park
Located just off Hwy. 101 in Roberts Creek. It is a beautiful forested area with streams and waterfalls. The hikes are well marked and easy for the novice hiker. Check out the Gumboot Café after your walk for some great eats.
Great park with lush forest and waterfalls following a nice river, several different trails to choose from.
This beautiful woodland park features five kilometres of forest trails, unique wooden bridges spanning foaming creeks, a multitude of waterfalls, and a wheelchair accessible trail with a viewing platform. The park also has a grass playfield, two baseball diamonds and a playground. The sports field…
“A local Creek favourite. Great home style healthy cooking and amazing community/family oriented atmosphere. The Gumboot Cafe is just across the parking lot with great coffee and treats if you don't have time for a sit down meal.”
“This place is awesome! Just as you are driving up from the ferry and haven't yet hit Gibsons you'll find Persephone's on Stewart Rd. They have lots of great events going on throughout the summer and then weekly throughout the rest of the year. This is ona lovely piece of property with many little outdoor sitting areas where you can grab your beverage and sit down to enjoy. You may even find a small market set up to peruse through. ”
“A good hour away, but well worth the trip! Twice daily, nature puts on a show as the tide changes and the flow of saltwater switches, reversing the direction and power of these incredibly turbulent rapids. The difference in water levels between one side of the rapids and the other sometimes exceeds 9 ft in height, with 200 billion gallons of water flowing through the Skookumchuck Narrows connecting Sechelt and Jervis Inlets. The Sechelt Rapids are famous for their spectacular whirlpools and, for their attraction to extreme kayakers and divers.”
“Be sure to fulfill your seafood cravings! Their new England chowder is delicious! ”