Located on the southeastern tip of Pender Island, Brooks Point and neighbouring Gowlland Point form an undeveloped oceanfront park with a mix of rocky bluffs, forest and grassy meadows.


  • Coastal headland with intertidal rocky shore and a sheltered beach
  • Grassy meadow which explodes with native chocolate lilies in the spring
  • Commanding views of Boundary Pass, the Strait of Georgia, the San Juan Islands and Mount Baker
  • Navigation beacon on Gowlland Point

Trail Rating: Easy
Size: 4.81 hectares
Location: South Pender Island
Established: 2000
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset

Things to Do

Enjoy exploring the exceptional natural surroundings. Follow the trails through the woodlands and grasslands, and a narrow boardwalk through the wetland portion of the park. Stroll along the beach during low tide. Walk or drive to Gowlland Point for spectacular vistas and to view sea and wildlife. Poets Cove Marina in Bedwell Harbour is within walking distance of the park.




How to Get There

Take BC Ferries from Swartz Bay in Victoria to Otter Bay on Pender Island. Take Otter Bay Road to Bedwell Harbour Road, turn south on Canal Road, then right on Spalding Road, which continues past Poets Cove to Gowland Point Road.

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Related Content

Brooks Point Management Plan Updated

The CRD Board and Regional Parks Committee have approved an updated management plan for Brooks Point Regional Park on Pender Island. CRD staff and an advisory group developed the updated plan, which provides direction to support the development, management and operation of the park. Read more>>

Please conserve our Parks

  • Stay on designated trails 
  • Do not remove or disturb animals or plants, such as wildflowers
  • Keep your dog under control
  • Pick up your dog's droppings
  • Leave no trace and carry out litter
  • Smoking is prohibited
  • Bicycles and motorized vehicles are prohibited
  • Camping, open fires and alcohol are prohibited

Dog Restrictions

Dogs are required to be on a leash in the area designated as the Environmental Protection Zone. Read more >>

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