Clayoquot Plateau Provincial ParkDonald Lovegrove2019-12-28T16:47:13-08:00
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Clayoquot Plateau Provincial Park is situated in the Clayoquot River drainage area, near the west coast of central Vancouver Island. The 3,155-hectare park is a high elevation plateau protecting 29 rare plant species, undisturbed forests, fragile karst, sinkholes, and numerous small lakes.
The park is bordered to the east by the Kennedy River, providing good swimming, fishing and hiking possibilities from the day-use recreation area.
There are no other facilities available in the park.
Clayoquot Plateau Provincial Park is located on the western side of the Pacific Rim Highway 4, between Port Alberni and Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Access to the undeveloped park is directly off Tofino Highway 4, approximately 50 km west of Port Alberni.
Nearby Regions & Towns
Cabins at Terrace BeachCabins at Terrace Beach
Enjoy a private beachfront cabin nestled in the clutches of a Pacific Rim rainforest, on the edge of the Wild Pacific Trail, where rugged shoreline meets the ferocious Pacific Ocean. Nature is everywhere, from huge expanses of sandy beaches, to intricate marine life in tidepools and giant cedars, hemlocks, and spruces. Located in Ucluelet at Terrace Beach, The Cabins is pet friendly.
Reef Point CottagesReef Point Cottages
The charming and cozy Reef Point Cottages are located in Ucluelet on the west coast of Vancouver Island offering an exciting, intimate and self-indulging experience for those who want to explore British Columbia’s most spectacular and natural landscape. Our accommodations include view and waterfront cottages with various sizes from studio to two bedrooms.
Ucluelet CampgroundUcluelet Campground
Ucluelet Campground is located in the historical fishing village of Ucluelet, at the southern edge of the Pacific Rim National Park. The private campground offers 125 sites for tents, trailers and RVs, some with beautiful harbour and mountain views. Amenities include full-service, partial-hookup and no-service sites, clean shower and washroom facilities, fire rings, picnic tables, and water stations.
Terrace Beach ResortTerrace Beach Resort
Jason Priestley and family invite you to visit our secluded beachfront cabins in Ucluelet, nestled between the two main sections of Pacific Rim National Park – the Broken Group Islands to the south and Long Beach and Tofino to the north. Pet friendly Terrace Beach Resort connects to The Wild Pacific Trail. Outdoor hot tubs on the decks of several units.