Georgina Point - Mayne Island

The lighthouse at Georgina Point, Mayne Island
The lighthouse at Georgina Point, Mayne Island

Georgina Point Lighthouse was built in 1885 to warn ships of the reefs and rough waters and currents of Active Pass. The park is open daily to the public. This historic lighthouse, now de-staffed, and the headland it perches on, have always been popular spots for picnics, watching the boating traffic churning through Active Pass, and exploring the headland.

If you are fortunate you may see orcas working their way through Active Pass.

Getting to Georgina Point: Mayne Island is accessible from Swartz Bay (Vancouver Island) and Tsawwassen (Mainland, near Vancouver) through BC Ferries. BC Ferries provides service to the Village Bay ferry terminal. After exiting the ferry terminal take Village Bay Road to Miners Bay. Turn onto Georgina Point Road and follow the scenic coastline to the lighthouse.


  • history,
  • picnic tables,
  • wildlife viewing,
  • drinking water,
  • views of Active Pass,
  • information,
  • viewpoint.
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