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The beaches along Lantzville’s 4.5 km long waterfront are always changing. The formation of beaches is result of dynamic process of erosion and deposition, caused by tides, waves and longshore currents.

Lantzville’s beaches are primarily cobble and narrow, because they are in an erosion area.

Visitors and residents should be aware of some basic rules about outdoor burning and District of Lantzville Fire Protection Bylaw No. 185, 2019.

  • District of Lantzville Fire Protection Services Bylaw No. 185, 2019

    No Open Air Fires are permitted on any beach within the boundaries of the District of Lantzville at any time.

    No Beach Fires are permitted; however, the use of portable propane campfire apparatus is permitted if:

    • Using a CSA or ULC approved apparatus
    • Flame height is less than 15 cm
    • Only operated between 11:00am to 8:00pm

  • No Beach Fires - Except Portable Propane Campfire Apparatus - Effective May 27, 2019

    Neighbourhood Parks

    The community has done an excellent job of developing a number of useful and attractive neighbourhood parks including Copley Park, Huddlestone Park, Rotary Park and Sebastion Park. These parks provide an opportunity for visitors and residents to enjoy the surroundings of this community. Parks are located in both Upper and Lower Lantzville.

    Lantzville Community Parks are available for group gatherings providing it does not conflict with other community functions that may occur in the parks at the same time. Although a group may book the Huddlestone Park Pavilion for the required $20 booking fee (+GST), it does not provide exclusive use and individual members of the community are free to use the park at any time.

  • Huddlestone Park Pavilion Booking Application Form - Click Here


    The District of Lantzville has a Partnership Agreement with the Province for the District to maintain, within a 10 metre right of way, the 8.6 km Copley Ridge Recreation Trail (also known as the Copley Woodlot Trail) for non-motorized public recreation within the productive working forest (Woodlot Licence W1475).

    The Woodlot Licensee will begin harvesting cut block 20-01 highlighted on this map. Logging will start on January 18, 2021, near portions of the Copley Ridge Recreation Trail within Woodlot 1475. Access may be limited. For your safety and the safety of others, please adhere to all posted safety and trail closure signage in the area posted by the Woodlot Management. For more information, visit

  • Copley Ridge Recreation Trail Map - Click Here

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