Mystic Beach

Mystic Beach

Juan de Fuca

Mystic Beach - Comments

4.5 out of 5 - 2 reviews

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Bev Vink from Nanaimo writes:

Did it the 1st W/E of March with my son and grandkids age 7&3, it was interesting in some spots and little scary with the kids but as long as they hold ur hand they are fine. Still really muddy in spots and we, along with a few others, accidentally got off the trail but realized it quick enough to get back on it again. Would be nice if it was tagged or marked more often as it is easy to track of the main trail since they r a lot of side trails off of it now. It is beautiful and for the most part peaceful walk We also saw a number of dogs on the trail but I was kind of wondering why people would let them run off leash when there is wildlife out there. Unless they’re really obedient they’re likely to be gone for good if they give chase to something or start following their nose.
Gave it 4 stars only because it is easy to accidentally get off the main trail due to the number of side trails.

Posted: March 9, 2018 10:47:36 AM PST

Lukas from Campbell River writes:

Unlike what the website suggests, this walk IS dog friendly. Saw at least 50 dogs when we walked it on Family Day in February.

Posted: February 13, 2018 08:09:54 PM PST

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