Your Neighbourhood Guide
Whether you are a current resident or have just moved to the amazing Sunshine Coast, BC getting to know our amazing neighbourhoods is a must when looking at buying your next home. From where the best schools are located to where you and your family can enjoy a day at the beach or other the great outdoors activities my comprehensive neighbourhood guide will give you a headstart on determining what neighbourhood will be the best fit for you.
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Halfway between Gibsons and Sechelt, home to a vibrant visual and performing arts community. Appreciate the outdoors hiking, biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, yoga, golfing, or the driving range. Enjoy Cliff Gilker Park, Robert's Creek Provincial Park, Robert's Creek Beach or the Sunshine Coast Golf Club. Have fun at the many community events: live music, craft fairs, Famers Market, Anual Creek Daze or the Robert's Creek Mandala.
Davis Bay, a small community located between Roberts Creek and Sechelt. It has a boardwalk and pier where people love to walk, swim, fish and crab. It is also a favourite spot for kite sailing. During low tide, there is a large sand bar. During the summer, there is a sandcastle competition, food trucks and a fresh veggie & fruit stand. There are a number of restaurants and shops located across the street from the boardwalk that operate all year long. It is close to Chapman Creek with hiking and biking trails. Davis Bay is also less than 10 minutes from downtown Sechelt and 20 minutes from Gibsons.
27 kms from the ferry terminal, Sechelt is home to Porpose Bay Provincial Park, the Festival of Written Arts, Sunshine Coast Arts Festival, Blue Ocean Golf Club, Sechelt Recreation Centre, the Raven's Cry Theatre and Harbour Air Seaplanes. Enjoy the beaches, trails, marinas, hiking, biking, sailing, horseback riding, shopping and dining. Part of the West Sechelt Elementary, Kinnikinnick Elementary and Chatelech High School catchment areas.
Secret Cove is a small community just north of Halfmoon Bay about 20kms from Sechelt. It is home to Smuggler Cove Marine Provincial park, Buccaneer Bay Provincial Park and has a number of government and private marinas. It has excellent fishing and crabbing as well as many hiking trails.