Tranquil Creek Provincial Park protects the headwaters of Tranquil Creek, which drains into Tofino Inlet, 8 km downstream.
The remote park comprises the steep forested slopes and alpine meadows surrounding the pristine Paradise Lake at the head of Tranquil Creek.
Recreational opportunities include hiking and wilderness camping in this very remote, hard to reach wilderness area. No facilities are provided and there is no fee. Tranquil Creek Park is accessible year round; there is no winter backcountry camping fee at this time.
Tranquil Creek Provincial Park can be accessed on foot from the end of the Tranquil Main logging road on the west side of Tofino Inlet, east of Tofino.
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