Roberts Memorial Provincial Park, Ladysmith

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Roberts Memorial Provincial Park is a 14 ha provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located 15 km south of Nanaimo.

A cairn at the park head states, "Donated by May Vaughan Roberts in loving memory of her husband, O.D. Roberts and daughter, Joan Roberts Morgan. Established May 22, 1980".
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  • Nice small park with sculptured sandstone features ... the trail is easily managed by seniors, although can be a bit muddy in spots in the spring. The view is great ... peaceful and serene.  more »
  • Went down there in summer with visitors from the uk, the place was packed out with crabbers, could not sit on any bench due to their gear taking up the space. Was sworn at by these people when we...  more »
  • Very easy walk down to the beach. Lots of roots sticking up, maybe not great for someone with balance issues. Nice to have an outhouse at the end. Great place to see sea life up close.
  • Nice small walk. Rocky shore easy to walk around on. Bordered by private property is the downside because it cuts of exploring.
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