Hesquiat Lake Provincial Park
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Hesquiat Lake Provincial Park is nestled on the eastern shore of Hesquiat Lake, north of Hesquiat Harbour on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
This remote 62-hectare park protects forests of Western Hemlock, Western Red Cedar and Lodgepole Pine.
There are no developed facilities at this rugged wilderness park, although opportunities exist for nature appreciation and backcountry lake fishing in this unspoiled area. Due to the difficult access however, this park receives few visitors.
Hesquiat Lake Provincial Park is not accessible by road, and is reached by floatplane or by boat from Tofino through Hesquiat Harbour.
Nearby Regions & Towns
Tofino Resort and MarinaTofino Resort and Marina
Tofino Resort and Marina is a resort “Inspired by Adventure”. We are nestled in the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere; ideally located just steps from Tofino’s village and local beaches. Take our onsite shuttle to explore Pacific Rim National Park, or watch the sunset at Long Beach. Reserve pet-friendly ocean-view lodging, surf rentals, whale watching, bear watching, fishing, and hot-spring tours. Onsite dining features wood-fired pizzas and craft beer on three different patios, an oceanfront restaurant, and Tofino’s only pub.
Remote Passages Marine ExcursionsRemote Passages Marine Excursions
Whether watching whales, dipping into Hot Springs Cove, or kayaking to a rainforest trail, people of all ages have enjoyed our excursions since 1986. We launch out of Tofino in Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island, just minutes from Long Beach and Pacific Rim National Park. We look forward to welcoming you aboard for a Clayoquot Sound adventure by Remote Passages.
The Whale CentreThe Whale Centre
Box 111 411 Campbell Street Tofino BC V0R 2Z0 postalHome Phone: 250-725-2132homeHome Fax: 250-725-2136homefaxWork Phone: email@example.comINTERNETVisit Website
Experience the thrill of seeing whales up close – Killer whales (Orcas), Humpback whales, and Gray Whales – or watch otters, black bears, and birds in their natural habitat in beautiful Clayoquot Sound, on the west coast of Vancouver Island. For a true west coast safari, combine whale watching with a soak in the natural hot spring at Hot Springs Cove.