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Parks & Fields

The Parks Department looks after the town parks, greenways, walkways, trails and playing fields for which the Town is responsible.

  • Director of Operations / Municipal Engineer: Shelley Ashfield, P.Eng.
  • Manager: Robbie Nall
  • Chargehand: Kirsten Edwards

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 8am - 4:30pm, closed on Statutory Holidays


Municipal Works Yard
1390 Guthrie Road
Comox BC V9M 0A5


Phone: 250-339-2421 - if it is after hours and you have a Town related emergency, please call our Answering Service at: 250-338-9434

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?

Anderton Park

This park is located close to downtown near the Comox shopping mall, other diners and coffee shops. In the park, you will find outdoor fitness equipment, a large playground, tennis courts and an outdoor tabletop tennis structure.  
Address: 175 Stewart Street (corner of Stewart and Balmoral)
Anderton Park Playground

Aspen Park

This large open field is home to two ball diamonds and a smaller fenced playground area.  This field is located near Aspen Park Elementary school.  
Address: 601 Aspen Road
Aspen Park Ball Diamond

Baybrook Nature Park

The lovely little park provides easy access to the shoreline.  There are benches available under shady trees and this park access has beautiful views of the community, ocean and mountains.  
Address: Orchard Park Dr. Comox.

Brooklyn Creek Park

Accessible from Comox Rd. this park boasts a salmon spawning creek and trails in a mature forest. Brooklyn Creek Park is considered a community gem that is well-known for the watershed and the protection of sensitive habitat.
Address: Quadra Pl, Comox, B.C.
Brooklyn Creek Sign

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.
Address: Comox Municipal Marina - 1809 Beaufort Avenue
Comox Promenade

Comox Valley Lions Park

Thanks to the contributions from the Comox Valley Lions Club, this park is nestled into a local neighbourhood with a large play space to gather.
Address: 1290 Beckton Drive, Comox
Comox Valley Lions Park Play Area

Condor Park

Relish in the solitude of nature at Condor Park.  Whether walking your dog or just getting away from the hustle of every day life, this is your place.  It is a short way through the forest, that will provide you a boost of energy on the hottest of days
Address: 435 Condor St.
Condor Park forest and trail

Elks and Royal Purple Park - Kye Bay

An expansive sandy beach with tidal pools, family amenities, swimming and views of the Strait of Georgia and the mainland mountain range. This is also the location of Elks and Royal Purple Park.       
Address: Kye Bay Road
Elks and Royal Purple Park

Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park

The Filberg Lodge and nine acres of beautifully landscaped grounds are located on the harbour near the end of Comox Avenue. The estate was originally built for R.J.
Address: 61 Filberg Rd., Comox, B.C.
Filberg in the Fall

Lancaster Park

This park has a trail linking nearby neigbourhoods. There is a playground structure, tables and park benches. A greenway takes you through the park and into the subdivision of the neighbouring community.    
Address: The corner of McDonald Road and Lancaster Way. 730 Lancaster Way.
Lancaster Park