Due to the wet conditions, and fragile Sphagnum moss, most of the bog’s surface is unsuitable to walk on. To help make it more accessible, there are multiple boardwalks that go through and around Camosun Bog. Here, we invite you to come and see and learn about the bog. We also acknowledge the people and donors that helped to create the boardwalk and the walkway.

The Nature Walkway

The Camosun Bog nature walk is a legacy for future generations to enjoy. It is a 300 m long boardwalk that winds through the bog and links to the three entrances to the bog.

There are several display areas with interpretive signage to educate visitors on key aspects of the bog. This includes the significance of the bog to the Musqueam Nation. The self-guided nature interpretation walk will give visitors a unique experience in Pacific Spirit Park and, at the same time, facilitates the restoration and preservation of the bog ecosystem.




Interactive Education Boardwalk

We invite educators to use the Education Boardwalk.  Youth can get up close and personal with a carnivorous sundew. They can inhale the scent of Labrador tea and gently touch the leaves of poisonous Kalmia. Through this boardwalk, young people can learn biological concepts through their senses!





We very much appreciate the generous assistance of the following to the nature walkway project: Pacific Parklands Foundation, Musqueam Nation, Royal Bank, Interfor, BC Hydro, Vancity Credit Union, TD Friends of the Environment and Tradewind Books.

We would like to acknowledge these generous donors for funding the Education Boardwalk: The Charles Frederick Fell Foundation, The Kerrisdale Lumber Co. Ltd, The Bessie Luteyn Fund, Metro Vancouver Parks, Pacific Parklands Foundation, Pacific Spirit Park Society and the Camosun Bog Restoration Group.