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SPECIAL NEWS:On August 3rd 2014 we are planning for the arrival Fraser Riverkeeper's Program Manager Rachel Schoeler at Davis Bay as she completes her swim across the Georgia Strait. We are expecting her to arrive with support crew by her side around 6pm-7pmJoin us near Davis Bay on August 3rd between 5:45pm - 7:15pm to welcome her to Sechelt! Spectators and supporters will have the opportunity to learn more about Fraser Riverkeeper on site and win prizes from Speedo Canada.More Info About the Swim:Since 1966 many people have attempted to complete this swim and a few have succeeded among them MP Fin Donnelly. Rachel’s success will make her the second woman in history to complete the solo crossing— and the first woman to do so in over forty years! (The last was in 1972 by a nurse named Fran Cannon.) Along with going down in the history books Rachel’s swim will act as a fundraiser for the Fraser Riverkeeper’s Shore Patrol Swimmable Water Project which takes place throughout the summer to educate beach-goers on water quality issues. With the help of youth volunteers our Shore Patrol program helps reduce the human health risks from swimming in polluted recreational water and help BC citizens improve water quality at their favourite beaches.WATER QUALITY HISTORY:This beach was last sampled in September 2013.This beach is not monitored nor do we have any data on it. While it may be safe to swim please check with your local authorities or watch for posted signs.BEACH INFO:Davis Bay Beach is located approximately 3 km south of Sechelt. It is a long beach coastline that runs beside Sunshine Coast Hwy. The identifying feature of Davis Bay is the long pebbled beach coastline with a well developed paved walking path lined with viewing benches while highlighted with a long wooden fishing pier jutting out from the shoreline. Often the pier is occupied by fisherman and swimmers.When the tide is low you can see tidal pools and sand bars. Otherwise during high tide the beach is mainly rocky with sea shells. AMENITIES:It is an excellent place for swimming windsurfing skim boarding kite surfing and fishing at the pier or walking on the paved path. There are public parking spaces benches picnic tables and public washrooms and showers. Dogs are permitted only on leash.
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The status of this beach is GREEN
This beach passes water quality tests at least 95% of the time.


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