Codville Lagoon Marine Provincial Park, BC
Anchor near the head of the eastern arm in 60-100 feet of water. The bottom is rocky and it can be difficult to get a good set. Anchorage is also possible at the head of the north or south arm.
Mooring Ball: No
Fuel Available: No
Potable Water: No
Cell Service: Poor
Slowboat Tips and Activities
Walk to Sagar Lake. The trailhead for the 1.2km hike is in the northeast corner of the eastern head of the bay. Much of the trail is newer boardwalk, however a few areas are steep and muddy. The trail ends at freshwater Sagar Lake and a large, sandy beach.
The entrance to Codville Lagoon is narrow; we favor the south shore to avoid rocks along the north shore. Currents run to several knots.
Codville Lagoon Marine Provincial Park was established in 1965. The park is a significant place for the Heiltsuk People and should be respected as a heritage site (no removing artifacts or otherwise disturbing the site).
We’ve seen wolf tracks along the trail from the lagoon to Sagar Lake.
Last update of this page:
Last in-person visit by Slowboat team: May 14, 2019