Bere Point Regional Park

Bere Point (pronounced as “bear”) is only six kilometers out of town. It offers 24 campsites, each nestled in the trees just off the beach, some with views across Queen Charlotte Strait to the snow-capped Coastal Mountains.

There are picnic facilities for day use. A short trail takes you to the Point and the start of Beautiful Bay Trail.

Perched high above the point is a viewing platform. If you’re “lucky” you may see Orca on the rubbing beach. Relax, enjoy the moment. Eagles, dolphins and humpback whales also frequent the area.

For further information about Bere Point, please visit the Regional District website. Which includes a down-loadable brochure and camp layout.