Benches, Signs, Trails

Glover Community Park is a 2.5-hectare community space containing a remnant second-growth Douglas fir forest. Other tree species include grand fir and broadleaf maple. Western red cedars are being planted to replace the grand fir that has been attacked by forest insects.


  • 229 Glover Road, Off highway 19A, just north of Union Bay, on the corner of Glover and Spence Roads
  • Baynes Sound – Denman/Hornby Islands (Electoral Area A)

Glover Community Nature Park Map


  • Size: 2.5 ha (6 acres)
  • Signs
  • Trails
  • Rustic wood benches

Park Etiquette

  • Leashing of pets required


Harry and Winnie Glover donated the land at Glover Community Park to the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) in 1992 to be maintained as a nature park.