GO: Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park

by Lauren Braden on December 18, 2011

in Camping and Outdoors

Little Qualicum Falls

A detour for a short hike at Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park is a must regardless if you plan to camp here or not. The upper and lower falls are reached via short hikes on well-maintained trails through old-growth Douglas fir and stunning arbutus trees. The falls cascade through a narrow gorge and are absolutely breathtaking. The park includes the south shore of Cameron Lake, a popular spot for summer swimming, canoeing and fishing. A unique wind funnel created by the mountains that surround Cameron Lake make it a popular windsurfing spot.

Location: Little Qualicum Falls campground and day-use area is located 19 km west of Parksville on central Vancouver Island, on Highway 4. map and directions

Contact: 250-474-1336  | campground reservations

Features: trails, waterfalls, swimming
Camping: April 30 – Sept 30. The campground includes 95 campsites; about half are reservable.


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