PLAN
YOUR VISIT

Come Explore the Sunshine Coast.

Ticket Pricing

Shuttle Day Pass

Only

$49.99

Plus Taxes

Book Entire Park

Only

$929.99

Plus Taxes

Shuttle Day Pass Availability

Spring & FALL
May 15 - June 30
Aug 30 - Sept 6
Friday - Monday
WINTER
Sept 7 - May 14
Saturday & Sunday
March Break additional dates
March 19th, 23rd, 26th
Easter Weekend
Easter Egg Hunt
March 30th
April 1st
SUMMER
July 2 - Aug 29
July 1st- Closed
Friday to Tuesday

Days Available for Booking Entire park

Spring & FALL
May 15 - June 30
Aug 30 - SEPT 6
Tuesday - Thursday
Winter
SEPT 7 - May 14
Except: March 19th, 23rd, 26th,30th and April 1st
Monday - Friday
Summer
July 2 - Aug 29
JULY 1ST- CLOSED
Wednesday and Thursday

Location

Sechelt is a small town located on the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia, Canada. With hundreds of trails of all varieties, the Sunshine Coast has long been a destination mecca for mountain biking enthusiasts. Now riders can enjoy the excitement and adventure of the Coast’s first gravity fed mountain bike facility. Located just 10km from Sechelt, in Porpoise Bay, Coast Gravity Park overlooks Sechelt Inlet and provides a variety of 12 trails that offer a challenge for everybody.

Getting Here

BC Ferries Experience™ Card*

The BC Ferries Experience™ Card is an electronic swipe card that can be loaded with money and used to pay for ferry travel on participating routes.

* Some transactions cannot be completed with a BC Ferries Experience™ Card.

Get 20% Off*

Book a flight with Harbour Air to Coast Gravity Park! Use Coupon Code “CPG2015” to get 20% off on your flight to the park!

*Proof of ticket purchase at the counter for the promotion to be eligible.

Shuttle Van

email for ferry or local pick up

Directions

From Vancouver, BC

BC Ferries - Horseshoe Bay to Langdale.

Upon landing in Langdale, travel North through the community of Gibsons on Highway 101 for 35 minutes to Sechelt. Once in Sechelt turn right on Wharf Avenue, then right on Porpoise Bay Road, then right on Dusty Road and follow CPG signage along Forest Service Road to Coast Gravity Park.

From Victoria, BC (Vancouver Island)

BC FERRIES - SWARTZ BAY TO TSAWWASSEN & DEPARTURE BAY TO HORSESHOE BAY, THEN TO LANGDALE.

From south Vancouver Island there are two ways to get here. Firstly, from Victoria, start with a drive up HWY 17 and take the ferry from Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen. From there, drive north 50 km through Vancouver to Horseshoe Bay, where you can catch another ferry to Langdale. Second option is to head north from Victoria on HWY 1 to Nanaimo, and catch the ferry from Departure Bay to Horseshoe Bay, where you can catch the another ferry to Langdale. Travel north through Gibsons on Highway 101 for 35 minutes to Sechelt. Once in Sechelt turn right on Wharf Avenue, then right on Porpoise Bay road, and a final right on Dusty road where you will follow CGP signage along the forest service road to the park.

From Comox Valley (Vancouver Island)

BC FERRIES - COMOX TO POWELL RIVER THEN POWELL RIVER TO SECHELT.

You can also access the northern end of the Sunshine Coast from the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. From the Little River ferry terminal, catch the Westview boat towards Powell River. Upon arrival, head south for 35km to the Saltery Bay ferry terminal. At Saltery Bay, catch the ferry to Earl’s Cove where you will continue to drive south on HWY 101 for 54km to Sechelt. Once in Sechelt veer left onto Wharf Avenue, then right on Porpoise Bay road, and a final right on Dusty road where you will follow CGP signage along the forest service road to the park.

Stay & Ride

Accommodations

Destination BC

Destination BC is the official tourism website for BC and has done a great job assimilating all accommodations across the coast including campsites, bed & breakfasts and motels.

Porpoise Bay Provincial Park Campground

Located below Coast Gravity Park on Sechelt Inlet road. This park backs onto the beautiful Sechelt Inlet and is open year round with no fees or services in the off season (October-March)

Bike Shops and Rental

Spin Cycles

Spin Cycles is a locally owned and operated community bike shop in Gibsons. They offer tune-ups, rentals and other riding products and accessories.

Off The Edge

Off the Edge is a locally owned and operated community bike shop located in Sechelt. They offer tune-ups, rentals and other riding products and accessories.

Rock Water Secret Cove Resort