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Juan de Fuca is a multi-day hike. You can easily hike it in parts. There are various different... read more

Reviewed December 9, 2018
SKME65
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Vancouver, Canada
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We camped at China Beach campground- the beach was beautiful, accessed by a short walk from the... read more

Reviewed August 16, 2018
czeschky
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Burnaby, Canada
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Reviewed December 9, 2018

Juan de Fuca is a multi-day hike. You can easily hike it in parts. There are various different entrances which you can choose from. Be aware: once on the path, there are no real shortcuts back. You will have to hike the same way back...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank SKME65
Reviewed August 16, 2018

We camped at China Beach campground- the beach was beautiful, accessed by a short walk from the campground. We visited Botanical beach, which is amazing.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank czeschky
Reviewed July 17, 2018

I visited China Beach for a couple of hours and it was amazing ... a lovely walk down to the beach ... its a bit steep for folks who may be less able bodied ... but if all is well with you, you are going...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Reviewed July 7, 2018

Not an easy trail but worth it in the dense rain forest, up and down the paths and board walk.The reward was a stony beach with interesting sea life in the little water ponds left by the sea on the rocks during low tide

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed June 22, 2018

We stayed at China Beach campground during the one week out of several in which the weather turned wet. Just our luck, but it wasn't so bad. This site is very treed. Even on a sunny day, you would be hard pressed to find sun...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed March 10, 2018

A very beautiful park, Juan de Fuca Park has a lot to offer! I visited this place in summer of 2017, and the drive to this park itself was a fantastic one. I enjoyed visiting this place, which is full of natural beauties!

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank SBC499
Reviewed July 13, 2017

I saw a picture of the log staircase and went for this walk - only to slowly remember parts of the walk and the fact that I had done the walk in late 2014. This time, it was dry and there wasn't water everywhere, which...More

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed June 14, 2017

Visited May long weekend 2017, beautiful spot, quiet campground, well maintained. Sites are nicely separated and for the most part semi private. The ranger checked our names when we got there, verified it was us and then ensured the campground was kept clean and quiet....More

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank G1zmos
Reviewed May 27, 2017

We stopped on a lark at the day hike trailhead near China Beach and hike a couple of Km to Mystic Beach. Fabulous! Good trail, steps where it is steep and a lovely black sand beach with some small water falls from the cliffs (small...More

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Richard K
Reviewed April 25, 2017

My husband and I went to this location in mid April this year. The weather was misty which made this place look even more attractive. But the challenge was the hike. Since it rained heavily the previous night the trail was damp and slimy which...More

Date of experience: April 2017
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dhdhahsh
June 22, 2017|
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Yes - all the campsites are drive in sites. It's a beautiful place. Enjoy
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Johnson_250
Redmond, Washington
Tidepools/Whales/Sooke (5 Replies)
My husband and I are thinking of going to Vancouver Island in either MId or late May. We're going to be in the Tofino/Ucelet area and we're also thinking of going to Juan De Fuca Provincial Park. We're looking for some tidepools and also possibly a web-site to show us tide tables? We DO want to see some whales off the beach - are there any secret lookout points? We also wouldn't mind stopping in Sooke National Park but not sure this is quite as stunning as the other two places! Any advice...More
March 15, 2014|
Response fromJohnson_250|
We have 6 nights total! I didn't realize you needed to arrive an hour early, thank you for the youtube video! Had no clue about Lime Klin. We are from WA! Sounds like taking a boat would be best though. My husband has done this and loved it but we were hoping to save some cashola. Darn!
FromPadocksToTheSea
Bega, Australia
3 Week BC itinerary help/suggestions (6 Replies)
Hi all, My husband and I are going to be spending 3 weeks in BC in May next year and I am trying to work out the best itinerary.... To give you some details we will be tent camping everywhere except for Vancouver. We love scenery and water falls/lakes. we love to do walks but are definitely not expert hikers, we wont be doing any full day ones. We like a bit of adrenalin things like white water rafting, ziplining etc..... We also love wine/wine touring, hence the time in Okanagan....More
September 10, 2015|
Response fromMuftiVancouver|
In May, you may find snow on the ground in the Rockies. It is very much a transition month there, with the higher elevation lakes covered with ice until the first week of June. Lower elevation places may be further along in the season. Ask on the Canadian Rockies forum about camping. Kamloops to the Port Renfrew area would be a long day. About 4 hours to the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal, an hour wait for the ferry, a 1.5 hour ferry ride, and the final 2-2.5 hour drive to JdeF Provincial Park....More
phamillee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve or Juan de Fuca Provincial (0 Replies)
Camp at Pacific Rim National Park Reserve or Juan de Fuca Provincial Park? Looking for the best Vancouver Island has to offer. Will be tent camping with family/kids. Looking for hiking, old growth trees, sandy beach to play in and walk, tide pools, view of whales from shore, don't like touristy--like wilderness (but a real shower is nice). Also interested in whatever First Nations have to share. Which place is a no-miss deal? Thanks for your time
March 18, 2015|