Simson Marine Provincial Park
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The Simson Provincial Park is located on the southern half of South Thormanby Island and is opposite Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia. The park is 461 acres (1.87 km2) of mostly forested land, though it also contains the remains of an abandoned farm and orchard. The park is only accessible by sea. It takes its name from pioneer Calvert Simson whose family donated the land in order to create the park.
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