Lily Point Marine Park

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Ecological Importance and Cultural Heritage

This park encompasses more than 275 acres with 1.4 miles of saltwater shoreline along Boundary Bay. Forested upland bluffs, beaches, and rich tidelands are just a few unique natural features of this amazing place.

Historically, Lily Point (Chelhtenem) was an important Central Coast Salish reef net fishery and a center of traditional salmon culture. By the late 1800's non-native fisheries dominated the area. Today, only pilings remain of an Alaska Packers Association cannery that once operated here. 

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Multi-Use Loop Trail

A well maintained trail with Bounday Bay and Strait of Georgia views on one side and mature forest environment on the other. Enjoy a Bounday Bay viewpoint just a five minute walk from the parking lot.
Moderate, 0.9 miles loop
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Beach Access Trail

This 0.4 mile trail zigzags from the southeastern side of the Multi-Use Loop trail down to the beach at Lily Point.

From the Multi-Use Loop Trailhead at the Lily Point parking lot
Easy, 0.3 mile one-way to the Beach Access Trail junction
Moderate, steep 0.4 mile one-way to the beach
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Cedar Point Trail

A 0.5 mile trail along the clifftop with multiple viewpoints.

From the Multi-Use Loop Trailhead at the Lily Point parking lot
Easy, 0.5 mile one-way
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