Parks and Beaches - Town of Gibsons

Gibsons has 20 parks and civic lands, beach accesses, trails and natural areas for public use and enjoyment. View a map of the Town’s parks or beaches and accesses.

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White Tower Park is adjacent to the curling rink and aquatic facilities. It offers easy access to flat, forested multi-use trails, boardwalks and pondscapes.

Brothers Park is an active community park that serves the whole Sunshine Coast. Organized sports such as baseball and soccer are scheduled in this park, which also houses the Gibsons and Area Community Centre and a skate park.

Arrowhead Park is named according to its shape and is home to a nature trail, open space, Harmony Hall Seniors Centre and Jack & Jill Preschool.

Dougall Park is dedicated as a family space and is home to tennis courts, a covered performance stage, picnic gazebo, tot playground and the Kinsmen Hall.

Winegarden Park is the setting for the waterfront event area. Washrooms and a performance stage are available.

Holland Civic Lands is home to the Gibsons Public Library, Town Hall, Gibsons Visitors Centre, FUSE Community Work Hub, and Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives.

Pioneer Park features Gibsons’ heritage and is the place where our pioneers were laid to rest.


In 2018, Armours Beach was significantly upgraded to make it more accessible and user-friendly.

Gibsons has four beaches within its boundaries, which are all unsupervised. View the map of beaches and accesses here.

Dog Regulations & Off-Leash Spaces

Please note that all dogs must be on leash and under control when using public lands. Unfriendly dogs must remain on leash and under control at all times.

Everyone is responsible for their pet companion, and must clean up any waste that is deposited on public lands (failure to do so is subject to loss of use and a fine for offenders).

According to Bylaw 930,2002 dogs are permitted to be off-leash in these areas:
1) The Inglis trail, which can be accessed from the bottom of both Shaw Road and Eaglecrest Drive to the exit on Stewart Road
2) All beaches between October 16 and April 14 of each year.