Mack Laing Nature Park
Mack Laing Nature Park
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Critical Guy
Comox, Canada25 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2021
One of those good places that many people don’t know about. If your a tourist, not worth the visit. If your a local, hey, why not? Nothing particularly special or spectacular about it.
Written 8 June 2021
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jarmwr40
British Columbia, Canada3,017 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2021
had a lovely day exploring the Comox area.
started at the Royston seaside trail, had a good lunch at church st. taphouse and after this park we ended up at goose spit park, all new spots for us.
this park is named after Hamilton mack Laing, a Canadian naturalist, photographer and writer, known world wide, who was a resident of Comox from 1922 until his death in 1982 and gave his property to the town of Comox in 1973.
in 2009 the town along with the nature trust of B.C. added 3 parcels of neighbouring land along Brooklyn creek and the Comox waterfront.
a 1.6 km. loop trail through the forest that passes by Brooklyn creek to the beach.
a delightful walk with many trails it seems, I'm sure i'd sort that out should I go again.
in town, near filberg park, a wonderful area for walkers.
lucky Comox to have such a park right in town.
I look forward to returning once the covid lockdown eases.
Written 4 May 2021
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