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Checked out the ferry terminal and found the seawall. Very pleasant walk with lovely vegetaton on one side and oceanon the other. Lovely fresh air and scenery to revive the spirit. Area is quaint and worth a visit
I wasn't sure what to think, when I'd heard about it from someone working at a local coffee shop, but it was a pleasant little walk along what would otherwise be a fairly sandy flat beach. It is a raised, flat boardwalk and it has...More
This is a pretty walk along the water and, as others have said, there are some nice benches if you want to sit and have a few quiet moments. It is not a long walk, though, and you could probably walk from one end to...More
We camped in a RV right on the water edge at Osborne Bay camping ground. The camp grounds are very clean, neat and very friendly hosts. We had a great site and could see forever. The walkway is a great walk in a wonderful area....More
This walkway has been completed in stages over the years and is very commendable considering the size of the community. It begins at the Village waterfront near the Saltspring ferry dock and extends southwards. Initially it is a really well built walkway over the edge...More
Whenever we visit Crofton we take the time to walk the Seawalk and spend time on the beach. There is an RV park to one side of it so you get to enjoy the smell of the campfires as you're walking. It's a nice place...More
The Crofton Seawalk is an intriguing experience. Black sand is kissed by the Pacific Ocean, and dotted with what one might think is obsidian pieces. It's all actually the leftovers from a smelter, serving a long ago copper mine.
The boardwalk is as gentle on...More
While visiting friends who live in Crofton, we had the good fortune of taking a walking tour of the Seawalk, which includes a near km long wooden boardwalk that heads south along the shoreline. There are numerous benches on the sea walk to rest and...More