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Rosewell Creek Provincial Park is a closely guarded secret among those who treasure the path less taken.
A Hidden Gem
Located on the Oceanside Route Hwy 19A north of Deep Bay and Bowser, Rosewell Creek Provincial Park is home to a beautiful stand of big-leaf maple trees.
Some six kilometers of hiking trails meander through the coastal Vancouver Island rainforest along the banks of a small creek, the route dotted by a series of picnic tables and highlighted by a small waterfall. In autumn the foliage lights up in a colourful display, and by October the waters are alive with spawning coho salmon. Wheelchair accessible, this lovely, tranquil spot is ideal for a picnic on a hot summer day.
Check out the BC Parks Rosewall Creek Provincial Park page page for complete amenity details.
“ In autumn the foliage lights up in a colourful display, and by October the waters are alive with spawning coho salmon. ”
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Stroll along a lush, forested trail lined with towering Douglas fir, cedar, hemlock and maple trees. Cross the two bridges and experience nature's power as stunning waterfalls blast over rocks and descend down into the canyon.Find a Trail
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