Property in detail
Keats Island is located in Howe Sound just southeast of the Town of Gibsons, on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast. It is one of several islands in the area, with Gambier Island to the north and Bowen Island to the east. Keats Island is approximately two kilometers west of Gibsons. The island is approximately 1,580 acres in size and includes a mixed coast line.
Keats Island is well-known locally as a result of Keats Camp, a very popular summer camp on the northwest side of the island. Keats' other main draw for the public is Plumper Cove Marine Park. This provincial marine park is one of the oldest marine parks in British Columbia, encompassing 163 acres including picnic areas, campsites and nature trails in a quiet and natural setting. The park has no vehicular access and is well utilized by boaters who benefit from the extensive dock space as well as the safe and secure moorage buoys in the protected bay.