Attractions abound in Sechelt, delighting tourists and locals alike. Here are some of the many interesting things to do while visiting Sechelt.
For information on even more attractions the Sunshine Coast has to offer, from Langdale to Egmont, call, email or visit us at the Sechelt Visitor Centre.
Coast Salish Totem Poles are located in Sechelt and can be seen in front of Starbucks on Highway 101, across the street at the Sechelt Nation Government offices, and on the Sechelt Nation Band lands along the waterfront.
The Sechelt Indian Band opened a traditional First Nations Long House in 1996. Contact the Sechelt Indian Band for more information on tours and public events.
The Sechelt Duck Marsh is home to many species of birds and offers a pleasant place to relax and catch your breath if you've had a busy day of activity. It's a great outing to make with your kids!
Visit the Chapman Creek Fish Hatchery where you can view salmon in large pools at various stages of their development, before being released into the wild into Chapman Creek. In the fall, the salmon can be seen making their trip back up the creek to spawn.
Enjoy a stroll along the Sechelt Pier where you can sit down and take in the view.
Have a snack at Spirit Square in front of our Visitor Centre and enjoy the colourful gardens.
In addition to being the home of the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts, Rockwood Lodge, located in the heart of the the town of Sechelt, is one of Sechelt's premier heritage sites and well-worth a visit to see its beautiful gardens.
Sechelt Farmers' & Artisans' Market is a feast for the eyes! It runs from April through September, rain or shine, featuring home grown produce, baked goods, crafts, and musical entertainment. Their motto is "We Make It, Bake It and Grow It!"
The Labyrinth at St. Hilda's Anglican Church is a favourite spot for locals and tourists. Anyone from any tradition can walk the labyrinth. The Labyrinth is availalbe to all 7 days a week.
The Himalayan Blue Poppy Garden, located at the bottom of Shorncliffe Road on the path to Snickett Park, boasts a spectacular display of the exotic blue poppy. The "show" begins in mid-April but the poppies can be seen in their full glory in mid-May.