Premier Listings for Teakerne Arm Provincial Park
The beautiful 128-hectare Teakerne Arm Provincial Park is located on Teakerne Arm off Lewis Channel on the west side of West Redonda Island in Desolation Sound.
The park features forested uplands and, the highlight for visitors, the 30-metre high Cassel Falls. Follow the hiking trails to Cassel Lake, perfect for a picnic and a swim in one of the best swimming spots on the Sunshine Coast.
Most boaters anchor in the bay immediately to the west of the falls, with plenty of anchor rode out in the deep bay and a stern line fastened ashore.
Teakerne Arm Provincial Park is located in Desolation Sound, north of British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast. No access is available by road. Boat access to Teakerne Arm Provincial Park and Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park is from Lund on the Sunshine Coast, or from Squirrel Cove on Cortes Island in the Discovery Islands.
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