Trail Bay Pier
Located in downtown Sechelt, the Trail Bay Pier is a present day version of the wharf that welcomed visitors to Sechelt as early as the 1900s. Year-round the views of the Strait of Georgia, Vancouver Island and Trail Bay are enjoyed, along with daily fishing and swimming. Interpretative signage display some of the local history. Stroll along the beautiful waterfront and head out to the pier to breathe in the fresh ocean air, maybe snapping a photo or two!
Davis Bay Pier and Boulevard
The prominent Davis Bay Pier is part of the Davis Bay Boulevard, the most popular waterfront walkway and beach area of Sechelt. A wharf has been present at this location since 1922. Continue your scenic walk, fish off the wharf or jump in for a swim. The pier offers views of the Strait of Georgia and Trail Bay. The area also offers accommodations, restaurants, cafés and an organic grocery store.
Porpoise Bay Harbour and Government Wharf
Situated at the headwaters of Sechelt Inlet, Porpoise Bay hugs the shores where vessels coming in through Skookumchuk Narrows can tie up at the launching ramp float for a day trip into downtown Sechelt. The launch area is available for a $5.00 fee and tickets are available at the Municipal Paid Parking lot ticket dispenser. Porpoise Bay Government Wharf also has an abundance of wildlife, excellent drinking water, a pump out, locking gates and night time caretakers, along with washroom and laundry facilities nearby. Moorage is available by the night or by the month. Staying overnight at the Porpoise Bay Government Wharf requires a Harbour Authority Berthage Agreement. Follow this link for our rates and for more information about the beautiful Porpoise Bay Government Dock!
General information on boating in our area is available on the AhoyBC website.