Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park
This lush forested sanctuary is one of the most remarkable wild places on Vancouver Island. It contains diverse forest ecosystems, including a large Sitka spruce ecosystem that represents 2% of BC’s remaining old-growth forest. It is home to some of the word's largest spruce trees and 1,000 year-old cedars. Offers a day-use area and backcountry camping. Day-use area and wilderness camping. Park Size: 16,450 hectares
Water Available On Site
There are three access routes to the park via gravel roads from Lake Cowichan, Port Renfrew and Port Alberni.