This site has two locations.
1.  Nuked Earth
Centennial Beach, Boundary Bay Road (Tsawwassen), Delta, BC
Travel Tips: Kara's tree is not far from the parking lot (keep an eye out as you drive into the park as it's quite distinctive). Baltar's testing pond is also just off the parking lot, near the main building. There are picnic tables, a playground for kids, a nature sanctuary, and washrooms at this beach, so it's a great spot for an apocalyptic picnic!

2.  Nuked Earth (Kara and Leoben)
Beach Grove Park:  6051 17A Avenue, Delta, BC

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Travel Tips: Beach Grove Park is located right beside a school (the kids were all out at recess while we were there). The site itself is tucked well back--the Google Earth map here was invaluable in locating the spot. The park is less than a five-minute drive from Centennial beach. It can be very muddy, so wear appropriate footwear. We didn't see any damaged Viper parts on the ground. :)

Behind the Scenes

Below are photos of Centennial Beach dressed as nuked Earth for 'Revelations' and 'Sometimes A Great Notion.' Photos are copyright Maurice Woodworth, and are not to be re-used without his written consent. Our photo is included for reference.
 
 
Nuked Earth  
Centennial Beach, Boundary Bay Road, Tsawwassen, Delta, BC
Travel Tips: Boundary Bay is subject to tides--in the gallery above you can see pics of the bay at low and nearly high tide. Consulting a tide chart before you go can be very helpful as it was definitely high tide when they shot the episode. Also at Centennial Beach are Kara's tree where she found her body and the small pond where Baltar takes water samples. Pics of these can be seen in the 'Sometimes A Great Notion' section of this blog. Don't forget to grab your first fistful of Earth!

Behind the Scenes

Below are photos of Centennial Beach dressed as nuked Earth for 'Revelations' and 'Sometimes A Great Notion.' Photos are copyright Maurice Woodworth and are not to be re-used without his written consent. Our photo is included for reference.

An Unexpected Set Visit

Imagine heading out to the beach with your son, only to find apocalyptic ruins, a spaceship (Raptor), and a crowd of BSG cast and crew! This is the story of Natalie Shantz and her son, who visited the beach in 2009, just before the writers' strike. Cast members they saw included Jamie Bamber, James Callis and Tricia Helfer.