Sechelt, located on a narrow isthmus of land between the Strait of Georgia and the inland sea of Sechelt Inlet, is a place of quiet beauty, incredible energy, and a population as diverse as any to be found in Canada.

Entering Sechelt, stop at The House of Hewhiwus that includes a Native gift shop, museum and theatre. Also, walk along the waterfront (which is mostly hidden from the village) starting at Snickett Park, with its intriguing rock formations carved by crashing waves; follow the shoreline east to take in the row of exquisitely carved totems that face the ocean. Then, stroll the gardens and admire the historic Rockwood Lodge, built by the Union Steamship company in 1935. Each August the Festival of the Written Arts is held here.

During your stay you can enjoy scuba diving, boat rentals, float planes, horse back riding , kayaking the Skukumchuuk narrows, or simply relax on our beautiful beaches.

Here are a few useful Sechelt links:


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