Boyle Point, a small day-use park, is located on the southern point of Denman Island off central Vancouver Island.
A forested trail leads through the park’s second-growth forest to the viewpoints, where visitors will be rewarded with a spectacular view of Baynes Sound and the Chrome Island Lighthouse. Seals and sea lions can be spotted off the point, as well as bald eagles, osprey and a variety of seabirds.
In 2013, 52 hectares were added to protect forest that has never been logged. The forests contain some of the Denman Island’s oldest and largest Douglas fir, hemlock and Western cedar trees. The addition also contains unique rock meadows and wetland areas.
This park operates on a “user-maintained” basis. Services and facilities differ from those offered in other BC Parks.