Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
The 511-square-kilometer Pacific Rim National Park Reserve encompasses land and ocean and three regions, namely Long Beach, the West Coast Trail and the Broken Group Islands. Established in 1970, it is the first national park reserve and also the oldest in Canada.
Of all the three regions, Long Beach is the most visited and also the most accessible. It is composed of the coastal region from Tofino and Ucluelet and features the Green Point campground, which has 94 campsites for tents and small trailers.
As the name suggests, the Broken Group Islands is made up of more than 100 small islands and islets in Barkley Sound. The heavily forested islands of Dodd, Turret, Effingham, Nettle, Jacques, Turtle and Gibraltar Island can only be accessed by boats and kayaks.
West Coast Trail is a 75-kilometer trail from Port Renfrew to Bamfield in Vancouver Island. Constructed starting 1907, it takes around a week to traverse the entire trail.
The park does not belong to a single city limit. You will find the exact location of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve on the map bellow. If you need any other information on Pacific Rim National Park Reserve that is not listed here, please call (250) 726-3500.
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Nearby Nature Attractions
Following is a list of other nature attractions found within few miles of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
Poett Nook Marina and Campground,
Island West Fishing Resort,
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve,