Trail Head Juan de Fuca Marine Park
All information reprinted from BC Parks materials
Although not a camping area, it is a spectacular spot
for family outings and day trips. A wide, gravel trail can be somewhat strenuous
steep sections, however, it is suitable for most young children and the elderly. The 15-20
minute hike (each way) through the first-growth forest of Sitka spruce, Douglas fir and
western red cedar leads visitors to the great rolling breakers of a tumultuous sea.
fine sand beach is ideal for picnicking, sand building, wading and
relaxing – and it is a beach that is exceptional to comb after
tides recede. Pack a lunch and your drinking water and please
remember that fires are not permitted on the beach.
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Take a short walk to the western end of the beach to
the waterfall or wander at length the east.
Above is a photo of the suspension
bridge at China Beach and also another photo of the view looking out
towards the Pacific Ocean from the bridge.
In the spring and fall, look for the magnificent
whale as it travels along its migratory route. Some 17,000 of the mammoth creatures travel
down the coast throughout the migration; some, in fact, spend the summer off the shore of
All information courtesy of BC Parks, for further
information please contact:
South Vancouver Island District
2930 Trans Canada Highway
Victoria, BC V9E 1K3
BC Parks Telephone: (250) 391-2300
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