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All reviews picnic tables beautiful beach drift wood short walk to the beach nice playground easy access west coast beach provincial park port renfrew few hours jordan river great spot driftwood camping waves campground rocks
This is a very stony rather than sandy beach. It offers good views across the Juan de Fuca Strait to the Olympic Mountains in Washington State. There are convenient tables and seats in open spaces among the teees above the beach. There are toilet facilities...More
Camped here two nights in August - just heavenly! The beach is a super close (ie: less than 3 minutes on the path!) walk from the campgrounds which is nice with little ones... the beach itself is pristine and feels like it is miles away...More
This is a nice beach, which seemed wild with the waves and big pieces of driftwood all around. We also saw our only whale here, far in the distance. It’s a big rocky, but the rocks are fun to play with.
This provincial park has such a beautiful variety of flora and fauna. It’s good for people of all ages. It’s a beach with some sand, mostly rocks, very natural and soothing to walk along the water’s edge. The waves are fairly gentle and, although we...More
I came here with my granddaughter and she and I loved the beach combing, cool rocks and driftwood. The playground and forest trails were an added bonus. Park staff was great and friendly. Highly reccomend a trip to this area.
The reservation system is for May through October. In the winter it is open to first come first spot, there are generally some open sites. If you are looking for a reservation during the summer it’s at the discovercamping... More
The reservation system is for May through October. In the winter it is open to first come first spot, there are generally some open sites. If you are looking for a reservation during the summer it’s at the discovercamping website (I can’t place a link so you make need to google it) for any reservable bc parks site.