Parks, Greenways and Fields
Located on the beautiful Comox Harbour in stunning natural scenery, Comox boasts many beautiful parks and relaxation areas.
Please Note: There are no off-leash parks, fields or areas within the Town of Comox boundary.
is a stately home located on beautifully landscaped grounds a mere two minutes from down town Comox. Wander through the magnificent gardens, enjoy some refreshments at the Filberg Summer Kitchen or take the children to enjoy the Hands on Farm. Click here for more detailed information about the Filberg Park.
is located right in the heart of town. This park offers a play area for children, a boat launch, washroom facilities and a covered picnic area with plenty of parking.
Our Comox Rotary Splash Park for children was opened in the summer of 2017; hours of operation are 10am - 8pm, 7 days a week. A Pool Rules sign is posted at the south entrance to the park.
Comox Marina information can be found here.
Mack Laing Nature Park
Is situated on the shore of Comox Bay. Honouring the legacy and work of H. Mack Laing (1883-1982), the park encompasses 8.3 acres of natural, coastal environs with trails and interpretive signage throughout. Click here
North East Comox Wildlife Reserve
The North East Comox Wildlife Reserve, Lazo Marsh and adjacent public lands (the Conservation Area) are important habitats for a variety of waterfowl and wildlife. Extensively used by naturalists and those seeking outdoor recreation, the Conservation Area offers an opportunity to increase awareness of nature and wildlife through passive recreation and wildlife viewing. When managed for conservation, education, and other compatible use, the Conservation Area can provide essential habitat for wildlife, increase biodiversity in the region, and be a long- term benefit to the communities surrounding it.
With increasing development and human population on the East Coast of Vancouver Island, very few natural areas remain. Wetlands in particular are disappearing quickly as human population and associated infrastructure expands. Protecting key habitats and providing links between these areas for wildlife is important as further development occurs. B.C. Environment believes this primary goal can be achieved through sensible land use management and planning for nature during urban and sub-urban growth.
offers a wonderful location to view the exhilarating scenery of the Comox Harbour and Beaufort Mountain Range. Spend an afternoon watching the sea life and activity in the Comox Harbour.
Comox Golf Course
is located in the heart of down town Comox, offers nine holes of challenging golf all year round. Afterwards enjoy a meal or refreshments at the Club House. The course can be contact by phone 250-339-4444 or view their website.
is located next to the Comox Mall, offers six tennis courts, a basketball court, and playground equipment for the children. It is an excellent place to take children or play a game of tennis with your friends.
- There are no off-leash parks, fields or areas within the Town of Comox boundary; however there are areas available (outlined on page 10 of the document) in the nearby Comox Valley Regional District.
- Please keep our parks clean and respect fellow users by cleaning up after your pet. The following are the locations of Doggie-Doo Stations, or stop by the Town Hall for your complimentary bag.
- North East Woods – Torrence Avenue
- Comox Valley Lion’s Park – in Beckton Estates
- Macdonald Wood Park
- Croteau Road – Beach Access
- Mack Laing Park
- Comox Marina – East and West Side
- Comox Harbour Authority – Building at Beginning of Pier Walkway
- Aspen Park
- Jane Place – Beach Access
- Edgewater Pub – Walkway
- Port Augusta Park
- Anderton Park
- Filberg Road – Beach Access
- Lancaster Park
- Salish Park
- Elks & Royal Purple Park – at Kye Bay
- Forrester Avenue – Detention Pond
Water – Wise Rock Garden (Xeriscape) at Community Centre
The Parks Department designed and created a rock garden that will flourish on rainfall alone. This garden is located at Comox Community Centre (1855 Noel Avenue). The following is a list of the plants used:
- Cryptomeria japonica 'Tansu’ – Tansu Japanese Cedar
- Pinus Mugo 'Sherwood Compact’ – Dwarf Mugo Pine
- Juniperus procumbens 'Greenmound’ – Greenwood Japanese Garden Juniper
- Juniperus Communis 'Compresso’ – Dwarf Conical Juniper
- Berberis thunbergii 'monlers’ – Golden Nugget Dwarf Barberry
- Opuntia erinacea 'Karma Magneta’ – Hardy Cactus
- Juniperus procumbens 'Nana’ – Dwarf Japanese Juniper
- Thymus 'Silver Posie’ – Upright Thyme
- Larix Kaempferi 'Little Boogle’ – Dwarf Japanese Larch
- Hardy Prickly Pear Cactus
- Dianthus 'Blue Hills’ – Carnation
- Potentilla astrosanguinea 'Fireball’ – Himalayan Cinquefoil
- Erysimum 'Orange Glow’
- Awinia saxitails 'Sunny Border apricot’ – Alyssium
- Wooly Thyme
- Gentiana Cruciata
- Gentiana 'Royal Blue’
- Saxifraga – Encrusted Saxifrage
- Salvia memorosa 'Markus’ – Meadow Sage
- Delphinium grandiflorum 'Summer Nights’
- Armeria maritima – Common Thrift
- Potentilla 'Nana’ – Spring Cinquefoil
- Dodecatheon meadia 'Queen Victoria’