Hopkins Landing

HOPKINS LANDING, pop 293, 35 km northwest of VANCOUVER on the west shore of HOWE SOUND between the ferry terminal at Langdale and GIBSONS, is a tiny residential community that swells in summer with recreational traffic. A former UNION STEAMSHIP CO port of call, it was named after George H. Hopkins, a retired engineer who built a cottage here in 1907 and later ran a successful marine TOWBOATING business with his sons.
by Andrew Scott

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