Parks & Fields

In addition to the many trails and parks in the Comox Valley, Comox is home to several parks, fields, and greenways right within Town limits. Take advantage of our extensive trail network and access to beaches throughout the shoreline!

View our Parks and Playfields Map (PDF) or Beach Access Map (PDF).

Looking to use one of the parks for an event or activity? Fill out our Parks Use Application form (PDF) and submit it to booking@comox.ca.

Water – Wise Rock Garden (Xeriscape) at Community Centre

The Parks Department designed and created a rock garden that will flourish on rainfall alone. This garden is located at Comox Community Centre (1855 Noel Avenue). The following is a list of the plants used:
Xeriscaped plants

Kye Bay

An expansive sandy beach with tidal pools, family amenities, swimming and views of the Strait of Georgia and the mainland mountain range.
Address: Kye Bay Road

Brooklyn Creek Park

Accessible from Comox Rd. this park boasts a salmon spawning creek and trails in mature forest.
Address: Quadra Pl, Comox, B.C.

Comox Promenade

A wonderful location to view the stunning scenery of the Comox Harbour, Beaufort Mountain Range and the Comox Glacier, the largest on Vancouver Island. Spend an afternoon watching the sea life and bustling activity in the Comox Harbour.

North East Comox Wildlife Reserve

The North East Comox Wildlife Reserve, Lazo Marsh and adjacent public lands (the Conservation Area) are important habitats for a variety of waterfowl and wildlife.
Address: 779 Torrence Rd, Comox, B.C.
937 Lazo Rd, Comox, B.C.

Mack Laing Nature Park

Situated on the shore of Comox Bay the park honours the legacy and work of H. Mack Laing (1883-1982) and encompasses 8.3 acres of natural, coastal environs with trails that weave through the forest, along a stream, to the ocean. 
Address: Comox Ave, Comox, B.C.
Leafy trees line a shady path in the park.

Marina Park

Located right in the heart of Comox, this park offers a seasonal Comox Rotary Splash Park, children's playground areas, a boat launch, washroom and changeroom facilities, and a covered picnic area.
Address: 127 Port Augusta St, Comox, B.C.

Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park

This stately home is located on 9 beautifully landscaped acres a mere two minutes from downtown Comox.
Address: 61 Filberg Rd., Comox, B.C.
A view of the house at Filberg Park.