Rockwood Lodge heritage home was built between 1935 and 1936 and is nestled on beautiful manicured grounds, surrounded by a garden of rhododendrons in a tranquil cul-de-sac location in the heart of Sechelt.
Originally a guest house, Rockwood was for many years a popular destination for visitors travelling to the Sunshine Coast. The house was acquired by The District of Sechelt in 1986 and was re-purposed into a hub for the community, community organizations, arts, local businesses and general public.
To access parking lot from Shorncliffe Avenue, turn up the hill on Barnacle Street, which turns into Pilot Way. At the top of the bend turn right onto the gravel driveway. This driveway accesses two parking lots and the main floor accessible entrance.