About the Park
Tribune Bay located on Hornby Island is nicknamed “Little Hawaii” and features white sandy beaches that stretch endlessly out to meet an aquamarine sea. Boasting close to 1 km of fine white sand beach, the south-facing Tribune Bay is easily one of the most spectacular on the east side of Vancouver Island. Here, shallow waters meet near tropical temperatures during the summer and the bay is considered to be one of the warmest salt water swimming areas in BC. This day-use area does not offer overnight camping. The adjacent Tribune Bay Campground is open June 1 to September 30.
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Hornby Island is accessible by boat or by 2 short ferry rides between Buckley Bay, (south of Courtenay), to Denman Island, and a second ferry between Denman and Hornby Islands.
Pets must be on leash
Scuba Diving / Snorkeling
Canoeing / kayaking