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Willingdon Beach Trail

Marine Avenue, Powell River, British Columbia, Canada
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Beautiful sunset walk

The beach trail is beautiful, especially the part that stretches past the ferry (in the direction... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Vancouver, Canada
Lovely walk

Part of the logging museum the forest walk is dotted with vintage logging equipment. Paved and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Portland, Oregon
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Marine Avenue, Powell River, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The beach trail is beautiful, especially the part that stretches past the ferry (in the direction of Saltery Bay). Tons of blackberries for picking and enjoying!

Thank AmirakCI
Reviewed 1 week ago

Part of the logging museum the forest walk is dotted with vintage logging equipment. Paved and about a kilometer long. It is wonderfully maintained and is at the far end of the camp ground very close to the beach.

Thank tiredandtravelled
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We absolutely loved this trail. Walked it on a rainy day - with the tree canopy overhead, we stayed warm and dry. Loved the historical markers and logging equipment with educational placards, made for a fun learning experience as well as a great photo opportunity...More

Thank Bluestar8
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We played at the water park most of the day and on swings but as the sun set we walked the beach trail We groomed safe for kids stroll a little then explore the beach, read the markers about trees and history. Nice way to...More

Thank Bckingfisher
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just spent a quick visit to the beach attached to this trail. The water was clean, salty and warm enough to enjoy a dip. There are change rooms and bathrooms and picnic table and a kids water park to enjoy. (that's where we rinsed the...More

Thank MattStump
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Easy walk. Good for any age. Pretty wide so family groups wont be an issue. Lots of shade in the trees. Nice smell of the salt air. Some benches along the way. Old forestry equipment which makes you think about the roots of p.r. Nice...More

Thank LLHH
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We enjoyed the hike and got to see all the old logging equipment. It s was a nice shady hike and we went down to the beach and picked up some pretty crab shells too. Do not bother to keep going down the road at...More

Thank hlmh201
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

The trail extends north from the campground through woodland adjacent to the shore. It's a level wide well maintained trail with information signs and old logging vehicles and equipment set randomly beside the trail. A secondary trail loops back to the campground higher up which...More

Thank Nisse W
Reviewed 10 July 2017

From the campground north to the haul road is an easy uphill hike on a well maintained trail with benches and nice views of the ocean. The are some interesting old logging machines and a nice bridge over a creek with side trails to the...More

Thank Wayne J
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Easy hike north from Willingdon Beach to Townsite. Lots of old days logging equipt with info signs explaining their function. Gives an appreciation for the hard and dangerous work of the early lumber industry but also for the lack of conservation of the forests in...More

Thank samsherstad
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22 May 2016|
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Response from Susan N | Reviewed this property |
30 minutes if you stroll along. You can add if you cross the road at the north end.