Osborne Bay Regional Park

Features:


Osborne Bay Regional Park is home to calm waters, pebble beaches, and ample fishing. The park is representative of the marine coastal landscape and provides access to the oceanfront in the community of Crofton.


Park Size:

25 ha

Amenities:


Pebble beach
Trails
Parking

Beach on Osborne Bay
Hiking and walking trails Picnicing areas Swimming

How to Get There:

From Duncan: Head east off the Trans-Canada Highway onto Herd Road. Follow Herd Road left onto Osborne Bay Road. Turn right onto Adelaide Street. Follow Adelaide Street, which turns into Smith Road and bends to the right.

From Nanaimo: Turn east off the Trans-Canada Highway onto Chemainus Road then follow the road and turn left onto Crofton Road. Turn left onto Chaplin Road, right onto York Street, left onto Adelaide Street. Follow this road until it turns into Smith Road and bends to the right.

History:

Osborne Bay Park was formerly the Morton Family Farm. The original farmhouse was situated on top of the rise in the open field close to the bench by the parking area. A few fruit trees and ornamental trees mark the garden. The house was moved to the property bordering the north side of the farm. A member of the Morton family still farms part of the property for hay.

Osborne Bay Park Map