Rainforests, hills, cliffs and beaches, including Long Beach and Rainforest Trail make up this Canadian National Park. The park is comprised of three unique sections; the West Coast Trail, the Broken Group of Islands, and Long Beach. Families can stroll the long and wide, sandy beaches, go kayaking or surfing or hike through the trails. You’ll be stunned by the breathtaking views and diversity of the landscapes and wildlife you encounter as you hike: make sure to bring your camera along!
Things to Know/Bring: Camping areas can be found within the park, some where you can drive-in, others only accessible by boat or experienced hikers. The warmer summer months are the best times to visit the park. Dogs are permitted on the beaches and in the park on leashes.