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), gorgeous sunsets, large & private camp-sites, showers & flush toilets, nature rangers & interpretive programs in summer, a kids playground, biking & running trails, kite-flying, bird-watching, and close to Parksville & related town amenities like playgrounds, grocery, liquor and ice-cream stores.
Miracle Beach Provincial Park – Up-island, between Courtney and Campbell River.
There isn’t a built playground, but the kids won’t miss it one bit.
Pit toilets and no showers, but swimming every day in the warm lake can count as bathing.
No showers, pit toilets only, lots of wildlife, tidal pools and a rocky beach to explore, with a mermaid beneath the waters!
Very popular with day-use scuba-divers, who dive to find the bronze mermaid and admire the abundant sea-life.
Saltery Bay – Two ferries from Vancouver to the Sunshine Coast, 25 km south of Powell River.
Located close to cottage country, and amenities such as a convenience store, mini-golf centre, and an ice cream parlour.Five campgrounds to choose from, the largest being Lightning Lake, which also has full-service showers and flush toilets. Porpoise Bay – In less than 45 minutes, the Langdale Ferry takes you from the Lower Mainland to the Sunshine Coast.Just north of Sechelt is this very popular and good-sized campground.Large Alouette Lake is great for swimming, fishing and boating.Kids playground (at Alouette Lake beach), biking & hiking trails (some very challenging), showers & flush toilets.
Due to its popularity, you can only stay here seven days in a calendar year – it’s great.