Sargeant Bay Provincial Park
About This Park
Sargeant Bay was set aside to preserve the splendid areas of ocean beaches, rocky headlands, lagoons and heavily forested uplands. The beach at this day-use area is excellent for walking and nature viewing.
This park is a day-use picnicking area only; no camping is permitted. This park also features a safe anchorage and hiking trails around Triangle Lake and Colvin Creek.
There is a wetland, adjacent to the beach area.
Beaver Pond and Colvin Lake are special features of this park. A salmon-bearing creek runs through the park. There is a fish ladder in the creek to allow fish access to Colvin Lake and Colvin Creek.
To learn more about conservation efforts to preserve the values in this park, visit the Sargeant Bay Society website.
Park Size: 142 hectares
Date Established: March 23, 1990
Maps and Brochures
Nature and Culture
- Conservation: The diverse habitats of the park include beach, lake, marsh and forest, and support a variety of bird species. The park also contains a small lake and fish ladder/ salmon enhancement project.
- Wildlife: This park is a good bird watching area and the uplands area of the park is crisscrossed with deer trails.
- Management Planning Information
Approved management plan for Sargeant Bay Provincial Park [PDF 1.71MB]
Disclaimer: This is not the original management planning product. This document has been scanned from the original format of the plan. It may contain some formatting changes, however the content is consistent with the original.
Activities Available at this Park
Pets on Leash
Facilities Available at this Park
There is a wheelchair-accessible pit toilet in the day-use area.
This park has a day-use/picnic area. There is a grassy area and a cobble beach with beach logs. Access is still available to the day-use area if the gate is locked. Pit toilets are available.