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If you are looking to experience the true arts and culture scene on the Sunshine Coast, there is perhaps no better area to visit than beautiful Roberts Creek.
Roberts Creek is a peaceful, rural community seated between Gibsons and Sechelt, and possesses a stunning blend of beaches, forest, and some of the friendliest people you will come across. A relaxing atmosphere awaits you here, where both your artistic and outdoor adventure self are sure to feel at home.
If the arts scene is what you are into, check out the variety of local painting, pottery, and other arts studios and galleries found in Roberts Creek. This community plays host to some of the most talented artists on the whole of the Sunshine Coast. Every year the residents gather and repaint the mandala; a community art wonder right at the base of Roberts Creek Pier. If you are need of a place to stay be sure to check out the cozy cottages, backpacker’s lodge, and one-of-a-kind bed and breakfasts. They are sure to make your getaway relaxing and memorable!
Roberts Creek is also the location of a flourishing food scene. The Gumboot Restaurant and adjacent café provide stunning meals and goodies for all! With ample vegetarian and vegan options at both the restaurant and café you are guaranteed to find something that tickles your fancy, and has you coming back for more….and maybe even a little bit more…
If the water is where your heart is then be sure to take a stroll down to the beach, spanning miles of the coastline and allowing for excellent long walks! It is a bit rocky, so just be sure to wear good shoes. When the tide is low there is also a nice sandy area for kids and dogs – or adults! – to play and go for a swim. The beach in Roberts Creek is also a prime location to launch a kayak or paddleboard, and go for a gorgeous sunset paddle along the shore in the Georgia Strait. If you’re more of a land dweller, be sure to check out the B&K trail system for mountain biking, or take a stroll through serene Cliff Gilker Park. If you happen to be passing by on a Sunday, you can now check out Slow Sundays in the Creek happening through the summer. This is a great place to shop local and immerse yourself in the heartbeat of the Creek.
Visitors from all walks of life and with all interests are sure to quickly fall in love with the community of Roberts Creek, and make memories to last a lifetime!