Goose Spit Park
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Goose Spit is a great place for a beach excursion and has a shoreline walk to a pristine sandy beach the locals call “Little Mexico”.
Our favorite morning walk to the beach. Many runners and biking enthusiasts favorite too. Try the stairs for your fitness goals or just for the amazing view! Mid February when the herring run arrives the water turns a beautiful turquoise. The whales,and seals come for the herring too!
Catch views of the Comox Glacier at this beautiful beach a short drive from the suite.
I Totally Adore SunBathing & Swimming here. The beach is white, soft & warm. It is semi-sheltered and so the water is warm in late afternoons and gentle. ie. no big waves.
Amazing views. Pictures do not do it justice. Climb the first set of stairs and enjoy the view. Climb the second set and see the Eagles nest. Walk the beach to the end and you will find Little Mexico, a white sand beautiful spot to relax the day away.
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