About the Park

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This park has a kilometer long sand and pebble beach with sandstone and conglomerate rock formations that are seen at low tide. There are 2 km of easy walking trails that follow the shoreline and pass through endangered Garry oak ecosystems and meadows. These trails are accessible from the day-use area.

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No camping permitted.


No fires allowed.

Park Info


  • Hiking

  • Swimming

  • Canoeing / kayaking

  • Fishing

  • Pets on leash

  • Bicycling


  • Picnic sites

  • Toilets


To get to Drumbeg from the Gabriola ferry terminal take South Road to Stalker Road and follow signs to the park. Drumbeg Provincial Park is also accessible by boat, with very limited anchorage. The park is situated in the middle of a very busy passage. Boaters can reference marine chart #3475 for more information on this area.

Nearby Parks

Other parks on the island are Sandwell Provincial Park and Gabriola Sands Provincial Park.

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Tours & Programs

Forest Foraging

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