Campbell River Provincial Parks & Reserves

Our region is rich with Parks from our local Municipal Parks to Provincial Parks and Reserves.

Introduction to British Columbia Provincial Parks

Darren peaking out Strathcona Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

There are 450 Provincial Parks in British Columbia with more than 77,000 square kilometres of spectacular country protected within these parks. Where can I camp? Do the parks cost money to enter? Where are the BC Parks? It is all here.

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Provincial Parks – Sayward – White River

White River Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia

The White River Provincial Park in Sayward, also known as the Cathedral Grove of the North Island. The visitor is amply rewarded with views of some of the most massive Giant Douglas fir and western Red Cedar trees on Vancouver Island and in BC.

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Provincial Parks – Woss Lake

Woss Lake Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Woss Lake Provincial Park is a very steep, forested and seldom visited wilderness area on Vancouver Island BC, so if you are into getting away from it all, this is a great place to relax and explore.

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Provincial Parks – Strathcona/Westmin

Upper Myra Falls trail Strathcona Provincial Park near Campbell River Vancouver Island Canada

Strathcona Westmin Provincial Park on Vancouver Island BC, offers a variety of opportunities for recreation and is the direct access to hike the Myra Falls trails or climb Mt Myra, Phillips Ridge and other mountains that can be accessed from this point, including the Golden Hinde.

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Provincial Parks – Strathcona

Strathcona Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Strathcona Park on Vancouver Island BC is the crown jewel of Provincial Parks in British Columbia. Hiking, rock climbing, mountaineering, fishing, camping, swimming, snorkeling, pick your adventure it all awaits here.

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Provincial Parks – Read Island

Read Island Provincial Park British Columbia

Read Island Provincial Park, close to Vancouver Island is a part of the Octopus Islands and the BC Marine Trail BC network, encompassing camp sites and safe havens for recreational boaters and paddlers.

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Provincial Parks – Morton Lake

Morton Lake Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Morton Lake Provincial Park, an hour’s drive from Campbell River offers the best in relaxation. One of the best local Provincial Parks on Vancouver Island BC to bring the kids because of the array of possible activities. Canoeing, swimming, fishing, hiking, snorkeling, just about anything.

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Provincial Parks – Miracle Beach

Miracle Beach Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Miracle Beach Provincial Park on Vancouver Island BC, offers camping, an educational amphitheatre, beach combing and mini golf nearby. An great camping experience near Campbell River and the Comox Valley.

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Provincial Parks – Loveland Bay

Loveland Bay Provincial Park Campbell River Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Loveland Bay Provincial Park located on the north shore of Loveland Bay on Campbell Lake near Campbell River BC, this small campsite and bay provides camping and boat launching and crates an intimate camping experience on Vancouver Island.

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Provincial Parks – Horne Lake Caves

Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park, located 40 minutes south of Campbell River on Vancouver Island BC. Six undeveloped caves are an impressive aspect of Vancouver Island’s natural heritage. Four Caves are open to the public.

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Elk Falls Provincial Park

Elk Falls Provincial Park Campbell River Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Elk Falls Provincial Park is in the district of Campbell River on Vancouver Island BC with its newest attraction – The Elk Falls Suspension Bridge, offering old growth hikes, and a view of the Elk Falls waterfall unsurpassed anywhere on the island.

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Provincial Parks – Sayward – Claud Elliot Park & Reserve

Claud Elliot Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Claud Elliot Provincial Park and Ecological Reserve, in Sayward just north of Campbell River, on Vancouver Island BC. is a day trip as there is no camping in this park. Part of the Tsitika watershed this river system is ranked among the 10most important fish streams on Vancouver Island.

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Provincial Parks – Cape Scott

Cape Scott Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Entering the Cape Scott Provincial Park story on northern Vancouver Island is like stepping into another world, full of history and intrigue. Count on a 6 or 7 ay trip and you might be able to see it all. Maybe.

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Provincial Parks – Brooks Peninsula

Brooks Peninsula Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Located 20 km west of Port Alice on the shores of north west Vancouver Island BC, the Brooks Peninsula Provincial Park is only accessible by boat or plane. Salmon Fishing, hiking, kayaking.

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Provincial Parks – Zeballos – Artlish Caves

Artlish Caves Provincial Park Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada

Artlish Caves Provincial Park near Zeballos, on Vancouver Island BC,are managed by BC Parks but are difficult to find. Now that the roads have been deactivated it is a challenge to get into the area where they are suppose to be so if you find them, send us a note.

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