Earls Cove, BC, Canada
Sunshine Coast, British Columbia
Earls Cove, BC, Canada on the Sechelt Inlet is the northern end of Hwy 101 for the lower Sunshine Coast. The Earl's Cove BC Ferry Terminal is the connnector of Hwy 101 to the upper section of the Sunshine Coast. A busy ferry transporting vehicles, cyclists, backpackers and foot passengers back and forth from Earl's Cove on the lower half of the Sunshine Coast across Jeris Inlet to Saltery Bay on the upper half of the Sunshine Coast.
Earl's Cove is a popular launching point for kayaking and boating enthusiasts.
The village nearest Earl's Cove is the hamlet of Egmont . Most amenities are available in Egmont as well as some spectacular trails and parks. The village is on the slopes of Jervis Inlet and is a neighbour to the thundering rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows.
Egmont is a small town just which centres around two modern marinas set up for overnight moorage and caters to many yachts, sailboats and floatplanes. It is also the departure point for a water taxi tour and a location for some food and a pub activity. All available only 6 km up the road from Earl's Cove.
The Earl's Cove BC Ferry ride is approxmately 16 km and only takes 45 minutes.