Lazo Wildlife Park boasts a small stream emerging from Lazo Marsh, which drains into a man-made pond at the rear of property, and a ditch that follows the north property boundary. Mature trees along the ridge include Douglas fir, Lodgepole pine, Western white pine and Western red cedar.
- View the Lazo Marsh wildlife guide.
- The park is adjacent to the Lazo Marsh - North East Comox Wildife Management Areas.
- 976 Sand Pines Drive
- Lazo North (Electoral Area B)
- Size: 3.2 ha (eight acres)
- Nature park
- Scenic views
- Rare plants and wildlife (the pond is home to nesting duck and geese species)
- Pet leashing is mandatory, all year long
Lazo Wildlife Park was created in 1999 after the property previously owned by Jack Clark – who farmed and raised cattle in the area – was sold to Ducks Unlimited and the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD). Ducks Unlimited then leased the property to the CVRD to manage as a park. The park is located in an area important to the Lazo Marsh drainage.