Parks - Port Renfrew
Local Trails Maps and History of hiking trails in and around Port Renfrew. Some are from 15 minutes to a few
Botanical Beach Provincial Park Botany Bay, Port Renfrew, British Columbia, Canada is only a 5 km drive from town, and a 20 minute hike from the parking lot.
Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park comprising 16,450 hectares. The trail to the Carmanah Giant is closed, as is the access to Pacific Rim National Park's West Coast Trail from this location.
Juan de Fuca Marine - Trail BC Parks
A 47 kilometre wilderness trail from China Beach to Botanical Beach The British Columbia Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection protects this 47 kilometre wilderness marine trail. There are four
trailheads to the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail:
China Beach, Sombrio Beach, Parkinson Creek, Botanical Beach
Loss Creek Provincial Park
Off highway 14 south of the turnoff to Sombrio Beach - a Large grove of Sitka spruce are still protected in this area
Parks Canada WCT
Pacific Rim National Park
"West Coast Trail Advisory"
to be continued.
The Pacific Rim National Park, covering an area of 49,962 hectares. The three units are Long Beach, the West Coast Trail Unit and the Broken Group Islands. Parks Canada has removed its information links to these areas for some reason. (link check April 26, 2005). The West Coast Trail info is in the following links.
The West Coast Trail Gordon River Trailhead starts in Port Renfrew. Built as a shipwreck lifesaving trail, this rugged and
extremely challenging wilderness trail is 75 km long from Gordon River at Port Renfrew to Pachena Bay, Bamfield.
Forestry Parks (Port Renfrew area campgrounds)
Lizard Lake Campground
Fairy Lake Campground and the San Juan Bridge Campground. These parks are administered by the BC Forest Service (Government of British