Located on Hornby Island, the 95-hectare Tribune Bay Provincial Park is known for its beautiful white sandy beach and unusual rocky shoreline formations.
Tribune Bay boasts eroded hoodoo formations and more than 1,000 metres of sandy beach that vies with any in the Gulf Islands as the most ideal place to frolic and swim. Tribune Bay is considered to be one of the warmest saltwater swimming areas in British Columbia.
Sunbathers and swimmers are attracted to the sun-warmed aquamarine waters and the beach that stretches endlessly out to sea at low tide. The shallow waters reach near tropical temperatures in summer.