Visitor Info Centers
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VISITOR INFORMATION BOOTH
Located in the heart of Madeira Park, our Visitor Info Booth provides access to public washrooms, free WIFI, and lots of free parking so you can walk around the village, go grab something to eat, do a little shopping, or spend the day on the water!
Hours: 9:00am to 4:30pm
OPEN May long weekend, and every weekend thereafter until the July long weekend. From July 1st open every day until the September long weekend.
Phone 1-604-883-2561 Anytime
Phone or stop by our info booth and we’ll be happy to help you find accommodations, restaurants, boat tours, and provide you with maps and info on the many recreational activities available in the Pender Harbour and Egmont area!
PENDER HARBOUR OVERVIEW
The Sunshine Coast is a boater’s paradise and Pender Harbour is the center of it all! The villages surrounding this protected harbour provide all the services boaters need. Oceanfront restaurants and resorts with marinas close to awesome hiking trails and swimming lakes makes Pender Harbour a perfect destination not just for boaters, but landlubbers as well! Rent a kayak, take a boat cruise or hike up Pender Hill and Mount Daniel to enjoy spectacular views.
Pender Harbour Visitor Information Booth:
THE VILLAGE OF EGMONT
VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER
Located at the entrance to Egmont and across the road from the Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park trailhead to the Skookumchuck rapids and whirlpools, the Egmont Heritage Center provides tourist information, a great gift shop, access to public washrooms, free WIFI, picnic areas and lots of free parking so you can hike to the rapids or just stroll down to this tiny and very picturesque fishing village.
Thursday - Monday 10am - 5pm. (starting Easter weekend)
Daily 10am - 5pm. (starting Victoria Day and ending Thanksgiving)
Thursday - Monday 10am - 5pm. (starting Thanksgiving and ending December 24th)
Open by request - call 604.883.9994 or email us at EgmontHeritage@outlook.com
EGMONT AREA OVERVIEW
About 20 minutes north of Madeira Park, is the Iris Griffiths Nature Center and the start of the Egmont area. Just north of that is beautiful Ruby Lake and lagoon, where you can rent a kayak or visit the resort and Italian restaurant. Next you find Dan Bosch Park with its sandy beach on Ruby Lake. 15 minutes north is the end of the Sunshine Coast Highway, the Earls Cove BC Ferries Terminal and a small bistro.
The road to the Village of Egmont, the home of the Skookumchuck Rapids starts a mile before the ferry terminal.. At the entrance to Egmont find the Egmont Heritage Centre and a campground with cabins. For more accomodations, visit Egmont's three waterfront resorts and marinas: Bathgate Resort & Marina, the West Coast Wilderness Lodge & Inlets Restaurant, and the Backeddy Resort & Marina and Pub. These resorts offer float plane and boat tours to Princess Louisa inlet and spectacular Chatterbox Falls, the gem of the Sunshine Coast!
Egmont Heritage Centre
6671 Egmont Rd.
Egmont, British Columbia
Canada V0N 1N0
TAKE A BC FERRY
A 40-minute ferry boat ride from Horseshoe Bay (West Vancouver) brings you to Langdale (Sunshine Coast). Drive north for an hour on a scenic coastal highway to Pender Harbour. Drive only another half hour to reach the end of the road in the Village of Egmont, home of the Skookumchuck Rapids and Whirlpools.
If coming from Powell River, take the Saltery Bay ferry boat to Earl’s Cove. Only a kilometer from the Earls Cove BC Ferry Terminal is the 6Km road to the Village of Egmont. To reach Pender Harbour, don't turn into Egmont Road and keep driving south on the Sunshine Coast Highway for half hour to Pender Harbour.
Phone a live operator at the Langdale BC Ferries Terminal to ask about current conditions and other information requests. Tel. 604-886-2242