First Point at low tide
Named in honour of first ordinal number, this is the first point that you see as you look west from the dock.
When it's low tide, it's a great place to dig for clams and collect oysters.
"Low Tide on First Point, Savary Island, July 12" by Helen Griffin
(Source: Helen Griffin's Savary Island, 2010)
1. Approaching it from the dock, about 50 meters before you reach it, there's an opening in the forest (look for a dangling yellow rope) that leads to a trail that takes you up to Vancouver Boulevard.
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