About the Park
The park features a mixture of coniferous trees interspersed with broad-leaf maple trees. The autumn is spectacular in this park when the color of the maple leaves makes a stunning scene for photographers.
There are two small picnic areas on either side of the creek. There are also pit toilets and a small parking lot. A short riverside trail connects the two picnic areas on either side of the river.
There are a couple of picnic tables available within this park.
There is no camping permitted in this park.
Fires are not permitted at this park.
Rosewall Creek Provincial Park is located approximately 3 km south of Fanny Bay in the Comox Valley. The park can be accessed by the Cook Creek interchange off Hwy #19 or Hwy #19a.
Nearby parks to the South include Rathtrevor Provincial Park, Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park and MacMillan Provincial Park. Miracle Beach Provincial park is about 40 minutes to the north.
For further information, visit www.bcparks.ca