Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park


  The campsites in this park are roomy and level with good spacing between the sites and enough vegetation to provide privacy. Amenities include flush toilet and potable water but there isn’t a dump station. 

  The site that we chose, # 16, is the accessible site. It has a hard packed trail to the restrooms and a table with an extended top. Most of the other sites are roomy and flat enough to be used by wheelchair visitors.

  Trails loop through the woods to views of the river and two waterfalls. The trails are not accessible due to steps and large rocks.

   While the sites are roomy it still might be tight for really large RVs. We did not see any class As – many tents, pop ups, trailers, class Bs and short class Cs.  Park    49.30874, -124.54281




  1. Might be doable for our 27' Vista.

    1. You'll have no problem fitting in at any of the provincial parks that we've seen so far. We really like them because they're very quiet. Generator hours are very limited so most people with large RVs go to private campgrounds with hookups.

    2. One unusual thing, though, is they charge $11.50 for an extra vehicle. I think a towed car gets charged which doesn't seem fair.