Take the old logging road leading down hill and bear left at the first
junction with another old logging road A short distance further, is the
boundary of the provincial park. The trail to the left leads to a suspension
bridge. Cross the suspension bridge and continue down hill on a rather
rough but well marked trail. At the bottom of the hill a short path leads
to St. Andrew's Creek and Fossli water falls. (Fossli was the name of a
Norwegian waterfall). To reach Sproat Lake continue a short distance
through a deciduous forest to another junction. The trail bears left to the
beach and grassy area that are all that remain of the homestead of Helen
and Armour Ford who donated the land to the province in 1974.
There is a good beach for swimming and in the fall coho salmon can be
seen spawning in St. Andrew's Creek. A short trail heading west from
the beach leads to a small point and a beaver pond which is a good spot
for bird watching in the spring.
Fossli Park Trail Brochure