Roberts Memorial Provincial Park

Small park overlooking scenic Stewart Channel and is an ideal spot for a quiet afternoon picnic. 


This park offers a small day-use area on the beach overlooking scenic Stewart Channel  and is an ideal spot for a quiet afternoon picnic. 

An easy 1 km trail through mature forest leads to the rocky beach, which offers good opportunities for wildlife viewing. From here, visitors can often see Steller’s and California sea lions, who haul out to bask in the sun on the park’s unique sandstone ledges during the summer months. 

The park contains unique sandstone ledges. These ledges are part of the geological heritage of Vancouver Island and represent ancient sea beds. The ledges serve as a haul-out location for sea lions, which can often be spotted basking in the sun in this area. 

Contact Details

  • 3122 Yellow Point Road, Ladysmith, BC V9G 1C5
  • (250) 474-1336 
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