Mount Richardson Provincial Park
Mount Richardson Provincial Park is north of Sechelt and the village of Tuwanek. This provincial park offers views of Sechelt Inlet, the Sechelt Peninsula, and town of Sechelt. in order to get to the site you need to use four-wheel drive to get to the mountaintop hiking area and Richardson Lake; it has rustic campsites. Its shoreline includes three camping sites that are accessible by boat and are within Sechelt Inlet, at Oyster Beach, Nine Mile Point and Tuwanek. Of the three Oyster Beach is the one without water, but the other two have boil water advisories. Also, there is vehicle-accessible campsites which is first come first serve. Park Size: 1,000 hectares
From Sechelt, take Wharf Road. Next, you are going to want to turn right onto East Porpoise Bay Road (turns into Sechelt Inlet Road) for 8.6 km. Then turn right again onto the Sechelt-Dakota Forest Service Road (across from Peddles & Paddles). After 1.1 km, turn left onto Sechelt-Gray Forest Service Road Branch 9. You are going to follow that for 5.2 km, then you want to turn left on Branch 300 (near the 7 km marker). Using four-wheel drive, follow this extremely rugged road staying left for 7 km to the park boundary. The last portion of the road has a incredibly steep, exceptionally difficult section. Also, make sure to real every sign, keep an eye out for logging trucks and drive with extra caution.