Burgoyne Bay Provincial Park
Burgoyne Bay Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada located on southwestern Saltspring Island near Fulford Harbour and facing northwest to Sansum Narrows, which is the channel between Saltspring and Vancouver Island. It is 334 hectares in size and was established via private land acquisition. Mount Maxwell Provincial Park lies adjacent, to the north. Burgoyne Bay was named in 1859 by Captain Richards for Commander Hugh Talbot Burgoyne VC, an officer aboard HMS Ganges.
The park was established in 2004 with an area of 334 hectares, and expanded in 2007 to 524 hectares.
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