Thursday, May 29, 2014
Beachcomber Regional Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
This tiny gem of a beach is tucked away in a very small Provincial Park on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. It is called Beachcomber Regional Park and it is located at the end of a small peninsula on the east coast of the Island. It was essentially deserted on the day we visited, as we found many of the beaches to be. I is high tide and the beach is probably somewhat larger at low tide, but this is not a place people would come to surf or swim. It was also a clear day, one of the very few times during our visit to Canada that we didn't have rain.