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Provincial Parks

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Vancouver Island and the surrounding smaller islands that make up the Gulf and Discovery Island groups have a collection of over 120 Provincial Parks. The articles under this category give you information about the ones we’ve explored so far.

A 10-minute boat ride across Nanaimo’s harbour brings you to a beautiful Provincial Park. Newcastle Island, or Saysutshun, as Snuneymuxw people know it, is…

Morton Lake Provincial Park near Campbell River offers beautiful lakeside camping with plenty of fishing, swimming and canoeing opportunities. Features: Lakeside vehicle accessible camping;…

Goldstream Provincial Park near Victoria offers much to its visitors. The two large waterfalls, an old-growth forest, and a salmon spawning stream make this…

A long sandy beach, warm ocean waters and proximity to Victoria make Bamberton Park a popular spot to explore. Features: Sandy beach; vehicle accesssible…

The Sooke Potholes are a series of deep, polished pools carved naturally into the river’s bedrock and undoubtedly the town’s most famous attraction. Glacial…

Hemer Provincial Park, located in Nanaimo, offers visitors a lake and a marsh popular among bird watchers. Features: Mature second growth forest; lake; marshPark…

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