Parks & Trails
The Comox Valley Regional District manages and protects regional parks - boat launches, beaches, forests, and over one hundred kilometres of forested trails.
View a map of the CVRD's active parks [PDF - 550 KB]
|Campfire ban: please see updates on fire ban in effect as of noon on July 6, 2017.|
|Nymph Falls Park is still accessible on Forbidden Plateau Road. Please use Piercy Road to access Forbidden Plateau Road and Nymph Falls Park.|
- Goose Spit park two portals to the top of the dunes overlooking the water are accessible and one fire ring close to HMCS Quadra.
- Note, the mats that make the last ring accessible aren’t out until the beginning of the beach fire season, May 1st.
- Royston Seaside Trail between the Hilton Road parking lot, heading north to Chinook Road is accessible.
- If you encounter a bear, back away slowly (preferably in the direction you came), speaking to the bear in a calm tone. Walk, don't run, and keep your eye on the bear so you can see how it will react.
Cougar Safety Tips
- Look the cougar in the eyes and make yourself look big, throw rocks or sticks and yell.
- Pick up children or pets as sudden movements can trigger attacks.
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- The Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers host monthly meetings.