Northern Vancouver Island contains the vast wilderness of Strathcona Provincial Park, home to Buttle Lake and Ralph River campgrounds and the new 2 km wheelchair-accessible Centennial Loop Trail. The area also has a vast network of backcountry hiking opportunities, the remote tranquility of the Discovery Islands and the family fun seashore of Miracle Beach. Located on the Campbell River, take the time to visit spectacular Elk Falls, the self-proclaimed Salmon Capital of the World. Venture further north to Cape Scott Provincial Park, with over 100 km’s of backcountry trails and spectacular white sand beaches.
The campground features multi-tiered sites with tent pads located in private locations and a beautiful communal cook shelter. This campground is a fantastic destination for tenters and smaller RVs. The […]
Schoen Lake, one of the most beautiful parks on Vancouver Island, has countless opportunities for wilderness hiking, backpacking, boating, fishing and swimming. This park is operated by Namgis First Nation.
Morton Lake is a best kept secret. The beautiful, rustic campground offers great fishing, swimming and canoeing opportunities. The day-use area is a sandy beach perfect for sunbathing and swimming. […]
A favourite destination for both locals and family camping groups, few locations on Vancouver Island compare to popular Miracle Beach Provincial Park. The campground and surrounding area features a large […]
A secluded and sought-after hideaway on peaceful Campbell Lake. The pristine and stunning lakeside sites are a popular destination in the summer months. Campbell Lake is ideal for canoeing, boating […]
Conveniently located minutes from downtown Campbell River, this park is an ideal base camp to enjoy while exploring the region. Elk Falls (Quinsam Campground) is a popular destination campground that […]