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Beautiful oceanfront camping, beach and marina, 6km off highway 19, at Telegraph Cove turn off. Tent sites, full service RV sites, pull thru sites, whale watching tours depart daily. kayak beach launch. Tidal fishing licences, long term parking...
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$60-149
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Artlish Caves Provincial Park is known for its spectacular and unique karst features (a distinctive topography in which the landscape is largely shaped by the dissolving action of water on carbonate bedrock, usually limestone, dolomite or marble...
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Accessible only by boat, this marine park offers sheltered anchorages and excellent sea kayaking opportunities. Big Bunsby, the largest of the Bunsby group of islands, is also a good place for nature viewinggray whales, Bald eagles and the endangered...
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Cape Scott Provincial Park is a truly magnificent area of rugged coastal wilderness that is located at the northwest tip of Vancouver Island. Visitors can choose between a day hike or a backpacking excursion to explore the sandy beaches, rainforests...
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The park protects a seabird breeding colony and bald eagle habitat and contributes to representation of the area?s marine and terrestrial landscapes. Significant recreation and tourism values are related to fishing, boating and SCUBA diving. The...
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Approximately 30 km south-west of Port McNeill, the park includes a corridor along the Marble River and shoreline strip along Quatsino Narrows and Varney Bay on Rupert Inlet.
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This scenic park offers a rugged wilderness experience in a remote setting. Nimpkish Lake Park protects old-growth coastal western hemlock forests in the Tlakwa Creek watershed, which features high ecological and wildlife values. Opportunities for...
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This picturesque area is perfect for exploring by kayak and paddlers can enjoy meandering through these peaceful islands, pulling out at random locations to camp as they see fit. A wealth of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts exists, including...
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"Schoen means beautiful, and the name was chosen intentionally for the mountain, lake and park itself. There are 9 vehicle sites. The park is open with services from May to September. Located 140 km north of Campbell River on Vancouver Island. Access...
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Fully serviced RV sites, tent sites, showers, laundry, horseshoe pit, bbq area & playground, within walking distance to town & ferry to Sointula & Alert Bay - Free firewood, reasonable rates.
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