About the Park
The 1,600-meter beach is ideal for exploring and whale watching. Gray whales pass by in spring as they migrate north and then return again in fall. Roaming pods of resident killer whales, as well as otters, seals, sea lions can be seen offshore. Campground is open year round.
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Frontcountry camping – $26/party/night
Group camping base fee – $120/group site/night
Group picnicking – $50/group site/day
Sani-station – $5/discharge
Winter frontcountry camping – $11/party/night
69 campsites (including one group site), large day-use area with playground, sani-station.
Via Highway 14, 20 km west of Sooke. Directional signs posted.
Vehicle accessible camping facilities
Sani-station / dump facilities
Pets must be on leash
Canoeing / kayaking