Directions

Getting to the Point: The trip is part of the adventure. Travel by BC Ferries, seaplane, fixed wing, bus, or by water taxi.

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From Vancouver:

By Car & Ferry: (2+ hours traveling time)

Take a ferry from Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal to the Sunshine Coast landing in Langdale. The scenic ferry crossing is only 40 minutes and passes through Howe Sound, one of B.C.’s famous fjords.

Follow the Sunshine Coast Hwy 101 past the town of Sechelt until you see the sign for Sargeant Bay Provincial Park. Turn left off highway to Redroofs Rd. Travel 1.3 km to Kenyon Rd, marked by fire hydrant on left (before a sharp bend to the right) when coming downhill. Follow Kenyon to end, keeping left along the gravel track. The Aerie is located at the top of driveway. There is a steep approach to the Pointhouse at the water’s edge. Use caution on the driveway, especially in winter.

From Vancouver Island:
*There are three possible routes from Vancouver Island to the Sunshine Coast.
1) From Northern Vancouver Island:

By Car & Ferry: (5 hours traveling time)

Take a ferry from Comox to Upper Sunshine Coast landing in Powell River. Travel south on Sunshine Coast Hwy 101 to Saltery Bay Ferry Terminal for ferry to Earl’s Cove. Continue south on highway to Redroofs Rd. Turn right (sharp angle). Travel 1.3 km to Kenyon Rd, marked by fire hydrant on left (before a sharp bend to the right) when coming downhill. Follow Kenyon to end, keeping left along the gravel track. The Aerie is located at the top of driveway. There is a steep driveway to the Pointhouse at the water’s edge. Use caution on the approach, especially in winter.

2) From Nanaimo, Vancouver Island:

By Car & Ferry: (4 hours traveling time)

Take a ferry from Nanaimo to Horseshoe Bay and rejoin ferry lineup for Langdale using signed exit (#4) from upper levels highway to Vancouver. Arriving in Langdale, follow Sunshine Coast Hwy 101 past town of Sechelt until see sign for Sargeant Bay Provincial Park. Turn left off highway to Redroofs Rd. Travel 1.3 km to Kenyon Rd, marked by fire hydrant on left (before a sharp bend to the right) when coming downhill. Follow Kenyon to end, keeping left along the gravel track. The Aerie is located at the top of driveway. There is a steep approach to the Pointhouse at the water’s edge.Use cautionon the driveway, especially in winter.

3) From Southern Vancouver Island:

By Car & Ferry: (4 hours traveling time)

Take a ferry from Swartz Bay Terminal in Sidney to Tsawwassen. Take Hwy 99 through Vancouver to Horseshoe Bay terminal for Langdale in Gibsons Landing. Follow ferry traffic up Sunshine Coast Hwy 101 past towns of Gibsons and Sechelt until you see sign for Sargeant Bay Provincial Park. Turn left off highway to Redroofs Rd. Travel 1.3 km to Kenyon Rd, marked by fire hydrant on left (before a sharp bend to the right) when coming downhill. Follow Kenyon to end, keeping left along the gravel track. The Aerie is located at the top of driveway. There is a steep driveway to the Pointhouse at the water’s edge. Use caution on steep approach to house, especially in winter.

We recommend making reservations during the peak times to ensure you get the ferry of your choice. When making a reservation please be sure to arrive at the ferry terminal at least 30 minutes prior to sailing time. Check BC Ferries for special pricing on Circle Routes between the island and Sunshine Coast.

By Boat:

We have a year round mooring buoy capable of handling boats up to 61 ft in length. GPS coordinates: N49°28.2’35.5″ ‘W123°51 24.3″. A 30 ft seasonal dock (May to Sept) is also available for smaller crafts or dinghies.

By Bike:
We have facilities for bicycles including a bike wash, secure storage, route maps, contacts for local guides, links for bike rentals and if necessary shuttles for groups to the Coast Gravity Park or trail heads for sections of the Sunshine Coast. See our page on Coast Biking for more details.
Air Services:

If flying is your preferred means of transportation, a float plane from Vancouver or Vancouver Island can have you on the coast in under 30 minutes, from Seattle in 90 minutes. Privately chartered float planes from Whistler or other terminals can land directly in Sargeant Bay, weather permitting. Regular air service to the Sechelt Airport is also available in the busy season.

Harbour Air – direct to Sechelt from Coal Harbour downtown Van & YVR; 1.800.665.0212; www.harbour-air.com

FLY from Victoria to Wilson Creek Sunshine Coast; 604 740 1022; www.flycoastal.ca

Kenmore Air from Seattle SeaTac to Pender Harbour Sunshine Coast;  1.800.543.9595; www.kenmoreair.com

Sunshine Coast Airlines 1- 888-436-7776;   www.sunshinecoastair.com

Pat Bay Air Limited Victoria Toll free 1 866.654.0646, 250-654-0646; www.patbayair.com

Airspan Helicopters 1-604-885-7474;  www.airspanhelicopters.com