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Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial Park

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Trails, boardwalks, signs in excellent condition

Beautiful spot! Nothing quite like it in the Vancouver area with marshes, hidden coves, and First... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
VncrCanada
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Vancouver BC
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Beautiful views

It's a great hike nice views and there is many points you can go to look at the cove it's not too... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Al_Falfa1234
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Vancouver, Canada
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Brooks Road, Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia V0N 1Y0, Canada
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful spot! Nothing quite like it in the Vancouver area with marshes, hidden coves, and First Nation interpretive history all accessible via the one 4 km trail. We only wished the hike was longer! Definitely wear solid footwear as there are some rocky areas especially...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a great hike nice views and there is many points you can go to look at the cove it's not too difficult and the trail is well maintained I totally recommend this hike if your there

Thank Al_Falfa1234
Reviewed 1 week ago

We've done this hike before and decided it was something easy and relaxing to do before we headed to the ferry terminal. The first thing to note is the parking lot is tiny with enough spaces for about 10 cars, so if you want a...More

Thank Eldon-Vancouver
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The hike to smugglers cove is well paved and worth the trip. On your way you pass through some wetlands (look for the beaver builds and there are some snakes in the grass to be seen). Once you reach the cove do not go back...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

You can spend hours here well worth seeing try and go early it can quite busy. The view every where is perfect .The park is well maintained. Great for dogs as well

Thank danicavanlee
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Smuggler cove is a beautiful spot on the Sunshine Coast. It’s a great place to take ur dog for a walk on a leash. The end of the trail brings u to the ocean. U see pristine water and the views are breathtaking!

Thank 5blommingroses
Reviewed 3 July 2018

Smugglers cove is a hidden gem! Definitely a must visit if you ever visit the Sunshine Coast. It felt like we had discovered a secret little island. The water was much clearer than most places I've seen. Beautiful and serene. Definitely my favourite place on...More

Thank gfoodie02
Reviewed 27 June 2018

What a beautiful provincial park this is! There is a small car park which might make it a bit difficult for travellers with those huge coach-sized camper vans but we were travelling by car so not a problem. The board walks across the ponds are...More

Thank Jean S
Reviewed 20 June 2018

I love kayaking in here. Lots of interesting marine life, including fish, birds, otter, mink, starfish and more. The walk is great. We always bring out of town visitors here to share our piece of paradise.

1  Thank mrsbiz2018
Reviewed 28 May 2018

Through the woods, on boardwalks over swamps, up rocky trails, up to scenic viewpoints. Lots to see on this hike. Can be a bit challenging with big steps, ups/downs in the less-groomed section, but still good for less-experienced hikers.

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coralsunrise28
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We were there in April and it was open
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