Contact: Gord Gadsden
Email: ggadsden@fvrd.bc.ca

Site Address: Eagle Point Community Park,
Morris Valley Road between Sandpiper Golf Course and Tapadera Estates
N 49 15 673 W 121 56.878


NOTE: Limited Parking 

Eagle Point Community Park can provide a fantastic opportunity to view Bald Eagles in the Chehalis River Estuary. Trumpeter Swans and many other waterfowl and bird species join about a thousand Bald Eagles that congregate near this vantage point to feed on salmon. Also, chum salmon gather right in front of the site and are easily observed as they spawn.

An avid bird and Regional Park Ranger and knowledgeable local residents from the community will be there to answer questions. Spotting scopes, a tent and patio heater will be available. There is a walk from the entrance of the park walkway (by the mailboxes) down to the viewing platform. The path is well maintained and is easy to navigate.

PLEASE NOTE: At no time is parking or camping on empty lots permitted. Parking is only available at the entrance to the park by the mailboxes

Spotting scopes generously provided by Vortex 

Operational Hours:

Saturday and Sunday: 9am to 3pm


**NOTE**: Please be aware that cellular / mobile / GPS service is limited in certain areas