Brooks Point Regional Park is located on the southern tip of Pender Island, one of the southern Gulf Islands. This undeveloped oceanfront park consists of forest, grassy meadow and rocky bluffs overlooking the water. There is a sheltered beach with a rocky shoreline.
During spring the meadows are dotted with native chocolate lilies and all through the year you can enjoy exceptional views of the Strait of Georgia, Mt. Baker, the San Juan Islands and Boundary Pass.
How to Get to Brooks Point Regional Park
Sail with BC Ferries from the Swartz Bay Terminal in Victoria to Otter Bay on Pender Island. Follow Otter Bay Road to Bedwell Harbour Road, turn south on Canal Road, then right on Spalding Road, and you’ll pass Poets Cove on your way to Gowland Point Road, which leads to Brooks Point Regional Park. The park is open from sunrise to sunset. Visiting one of our beautiful regional parks is one of the best things to do in Victoria BC!