1. Rocky shores but some private beaches and docks. No beaching for 1.6 km north and south.
2. Trepanier was once called The New Townsite. A cement pipe plant operated here from 1910 to 1915. In 1913, Alexander Ross joined an Indian bear hunt during which the Indian Chief was attacked by a bear and his scalp was almost torn off. Ross extracted two bones and the wound healed. Trepanier is a word which is representative of the removal of bone, usually from the skull, hence the name Trepanier. Pebble beaches, picnic tables, a boat launch and some private beaches and docks are located here.
3. Trepanier Creek Inlet and Bridge - Do not enter the creek inlet. There are sandy beaching areas for 800 m north and pebble beaches for 800 m south of the point. A public boat launch lies north beside the two green docks. There is also a marked swimming area.
4. Pebble foreshore with swimming areas. Beach with care for 800 m south and north provides shelter from north winds.
5. Pincushion Bay - A nice bay with pebble beaches. There is a double cement boat launch in the south end of the bay - provides shelter from north winds.
6. Peachland Yacht Club - (250-767-3422). For members only. The moorage basin has two visitor mooring slips. There is no clubhouse and a locked gate assures member visitation only, but washrooms and water can be accessed from the road. There is enough depth for most keelboats but watch your wake when entering the breakwater.
7. Marina Park - South of PYC there is a playground, sandy beach, diving tower and a marked swimming area.
8. Two Government Breakwaters - Enter with care. Very good shelter from south and north winds. There is a large dock and some beaching areas.
9. Heritage Park - South of the breakwater is a playground, picnic tables, and park benches.
10. A rocky point with a boat launch and picnic tables in the north bay. There is a pebble beach to the south with a nice beaching area. Shelter from north and south winds is provided.
11. Rocky shores with some very small beaching areas. Beach with care for 800 m north and south.
12. Rock walls for 400 m south to Rattlesnake Island - one buoy and no beaching.
13. George's Bay - A small pebble beach with four mooring buoys and picnic tables. Good beaching with a campsite, outhouse and a fire pit - shelter from north and south winds.
14. Halfway Bay - Pebble shores, a picnic table and one mooring buoy - shelter from north and south winds.
15. Halfway Point - Light - Secluded and sheltered from north winds in the south bay - no beaching.
16. Barcley's Bay - beaching area on the south side of point with picnic tables. Two rocks break the surface of the water on the north side of the point. Beach with care for 400 m north - shelter from south winds. Dive Site - a small sunken boat just north of the point ten metres down.
17. Good beaching in a large, secluded bay. There are pilings and rocks close to surface so use caution. There is shelter from north winds.