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Crescent Beach
The village of Crescent Beach is located just south of the mouth of the 'Nicomekl', where a bend in the river estuary reveals a marina that provides shelter for hundreds of boats. Next door, the nature preserve of 'Blackie's Spit' hosts dozens of species of resident and migratory birds. Back to Beaches
 
   
Crescent Beach Shops
which may be observed from natural blinds atop the surrounding dyke's trails. Amongst all the communities in the lower mainland, Crescent Beach has yielded the least of its classic charm to the pressures of time. Crescent Beach has
 

maintained it's identity through a persistent rejection of rezoning and modern development.

Appropriately 'Camp Alexandra', which has been summer home to countless generations of children and host to the village's festivals, still sits squarely at the geographic heart of the village.

A sense of peace permeates the shady back lanes, and a walk along the ocean front path passes
history in the form of rustic log houses, beach front cottages and heritage homes nested in mature trees.

'Beecher Street' is the 'Marine Drive' of Crescent Beach, with trendy bistros featuring live entertainment, deep wine cellars and ethnic flair.

Busy weekends will find residents and tourists dining at ocean view restaurants and enjoying the sunset during an evening stroll on the Crescent Beach promenade.

 
 
 
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