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Explore new waterfront homes in Squamish at the heart of a thriving community.

Ocean

WHERE ALL LIFE CONVERGES

At Oceanfront Squamish, rivers meet the coastline against the backdrop of one of the largest granite monoliths in the world. This is a place with a proud history. As our community continues to grow, a new vision is taking shape in lockstep: an 11-acre public oceanfront park where Squamish’s past converges with its future. Sp'akw'us Feather Park is the culmination of more than 20 years of collaboration with the community, the District of Squamish and the Squamish Nation. It’s a space to come together and take in the natural beauty, and a new chapter of ecological restoration for a unique ecosystem.

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Intertidal
Marsh

A restored ecosystem with native planting that promotes habitat diversification and supports the health of both marine and terrestrial ecosystems.

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Outdoor Classroom
and cultural area

A space for children to discover and learn about the local plant species and unique features of the intertidal habitat.

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Trail
Network

Gravel pathways connecting pedestrians and cyclists to the ocean, estuary and Downtown Squamish.

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Community
Lawn

A sprawling, open green space at the centre of the park for events, festivals and community celebrations.

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Public
Beach

A sandy gathering place with walkways, natural marshland and native planting, surrounded by incredible views on all sides.

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Playground

A dedicated area for children to explore Squamish Nation legends through play.

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Rocky
Headlands

Newly constructed rocky terrain protects the park from erosion, creates habitat for wildlife and offers access to unobstructed views of the mountains.

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WindSports
Beach

Water access for kiteboarders, windsurfers, kayakers and watersports enthusiasts with unobstructed space for kite lines.

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A dynamic community
shaped by the ocean

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