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Top-Empfehlungen von Einheimischen für Parks

“According to the city of Nanaimo, “Neck Point is a destination waterfront park for Nanaimo and the region. The park is recognized as an environmentally sensitive area and is well known in the community for its historic, scenic and natural features. Additional land was aquired in 2009 and the park now provides visitors with 36 acres of a waterfront setting to explore. Visitors will find rugged rock cliffs, with pebble bay beaches, and winding trails through Garry Oak groves. The park is a great location for photographers wanting to capture the essence of Nanaimo and the west coast lifestyle.””
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““Another of Nanaimo's famous waterfront parks. Pipers Lagoon Park features scenic trails with ocean viewpoints making it a perfect place to enjoy sunrises and sunsets. Built on an isthmus that extends out to a rocky headland, this 8 hectare park features twisting trails that lead to a number of seaside lookouts. From the headland you'll have a great view of historic Shack Island and the southern point of Neck Point Park. Pipers Lagoon is an ideal bird watching retreat. Seagulls, sandpipers, horned grebes, loons, kingfishers, oyster catchers and great blue herons a just some of the varieties of bird life. It's also a great spot for beachcombing year round and in the summer some hardy folks even swim here. On windy days bring your kite and watch it dance.”—-City of Nanaimo”
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“This is a gem of a park. Just a pleasant 40 min walk. Want to take in the summery day sunbathing? Bring your swimsuit and a good book for lazing on the sandy, sunny beaches. Want to catch a tasty treat for dinner? Bring your fishing rod and a bucket of cookies to pass the time. Then you may like to jog around the 5.5 km scenic trail. ”
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“From City of Nanaimo: “Maffeo Sutton Park is Nanaimo's signature park overlooking our world famous harbour. The park is a central point along the Harbour Front Walkway. The park hosts countless community special events. It is a great year round destination for walking, playground playdates and picnics. Features and amenities include access to the walking trail, Playdock destination playground (limited wheelchair access), Swy-a- Lana lagoon and swimming beach (no lifeguards), Lions Pavillion covered stage, Spirit Square, ferry access to Newcastle Island ferry, and washrooms. There are a number of public art pieces located throughout the park and along the walking trail. A planning process is currently under-way for phase two of updates to the park. The name remembers two individuals: Pete Maffeo and Joe Sutton. Pete Maffeo was a popular mayor and ice cream shop owner who was admired for community service and sport involvement. Joe Sutton was the caretaker of Deverill Square Park for many years.””
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“This park is literally at the end of my street. So close so beautiful, with forested walking trails, a duck pond and waterfalls. ”
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“Great little spot to walk in the forest or learn about Nanaimo's industrial heritage. One of Nanaimo's larger parks that has trails and bridges leading to the Dam.”
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“Westwood Lake has a 5km walk/hike around the lake. Most of the walk is flat with some slight slopes at the end. ”
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“3160 marion way a short climb to a beautiful view of departure bay not suitable for mobility challenged individuals. ”
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“Authentic native carvings for sale, arts and crafts, waterfront walkway, vendors and many events are often hosted here. Little ice cream store. Sea planes. Playground. Ocean swimming, sandy beach”
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“Close to the Duke Point Ferry Terminal, this walk has great views of the city and is abundant with wildlife.”
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“10 minutes walk to the trailhead. Exit our property via the back left on to Adby road. Top of the road take a right follow the walking path leading you to Rock City road there take a left and walk along for 10ish minutes, the trail head will be on your left.”
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“Located on Holden Lake south of Nanaimo, this forested park is popular with local residents, who mainly come here to explore the extensive trail system. The marsh area at Hemer Provincial Park is also a favourite destination for bird watchers and ornithologists. A viewing platform over the marsh, approximately 1 km from the parking lot, provides the opportunity to observe various types of ducks, Trumpeter swans, Bald eagles and turkey vultures, as well as beavers. Approximately 11 kilometres of easy walking trails weave through the park along Holden Lake and through the marsh areas. The trails are forested, primarily with mature coastal Douglas fir, red alder and big-leaf maple. ”
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“Nice hike down to the water and then you can follow it to the narrow channel with Mudge Island. The water will change direction in the channel as high and low tides pass.”
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“Looking for some exercise and great views?! This is the place! Get a workout on the steps and have a picnic in the beach! ”
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