Discovery Island Marine Provincial Park
Number of Sites: 12
Excellent kayaking opportunities make the park a popular destination for visitors and local residents. The park features a large open field, southwest of Pandora Hill, where campers can set up a tent. Kayakers paddling between Oak Bay and Discovery Island will be delighted by the wildlife along this route, which features a sensitive seabird nesting area and ecological reserve. Sightings of seals, sea lions, otters and bald eagles are common around the park. No fires and no disposal facilities, please practice "Leave No Trace" ethics. Park Size: 61 hectares
Marine access only, 2 nautical miles East of Victoria, launch from Cattle Point. Enter on the southern part only; the northern portion is Indian Reserve land. Take caution of the many rocks and islets.