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Coopers Green Park

(Area B: Halfmoon Bay)

5500 Fisherman Road
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Location: At the north end of Redrooffs Road in Halfmoon Bay.

Area: 3.6 hectares (9.0 acres)

Map: Coopers Green Park

This popular waterfront park that looks across the Straight of Georgia has a large grassy treed area ideal for family picnics. During the summer you can play beach volleyball on the sandy court. The park also includes a barbeque pit, washroom facilities, swimming beach and a public recreational boat launch.  It is also a popular location for divers.

Boat Launch: A designated parking area is available for vehicles and trailers for those planning to launch boats. It is important to pay attention to tides when launching a boat.  Here is a guide to safe boating.

Community Hall: The hall facility is wheel chair accessible with a full kitchen and a main hall and can accommodate up to 82 people.



The SCRD’s contracted design team, Principle Architecture, hosted an online community engagement session on January 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the proposed Coopers Green Hall Replacement Project in Halfmoon Bay.

The recording of the Community Engagement Session is available to watch here.

The presentation slides from the Community Engagement Session can be found here.

The Coopers Green Hall Replacement Project Questionnaire closed on February 4, 2021 at midnight.

A summary of the Community Engagement Session, feedback received and responses to the questionnaire were compiled by staff and provided in a report at the February 18, 2021 Planning and Community Development Committee meeting.  The report can be found in the agenda package here. 


The SCRD is working with the community to design a replacement of the Coopers Green Community Hall.  In 2017, a community Task Force was recruited and Principle Architecture was hired as a design partner.  The Task Force worked with Principle Architecture and SCRD staff to develop a preliminary design for the hall using community input for design priorities.

In 2016, the SCRD initiated the Coopers Green Park Management Plan project to provide a vision and goals for the park as well as identify management policies and actions. Appendix A:  Public Questionnaire Results.