Sulphur Passage

Type: Boat Access Only Wilderness Camping

Open: Year round

Fees: None

Reservations: No

Toilets: None, Leave no Trace
Showers: No
Potable Water: No
Pets: Yes
Garbage: Pack it out
Fire Pit: No, Leave no Trace (Check for fire ban)
Hydro: No
Sanidump: No
Accessible: No
Description: Sulphur Passage Provincial Park is situated in the northeast portion of Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Known as the Upper Shelter area, the park is nestled between Flores Island and the Megin River watershed and encompasses Obstruction Island and coastal upland strips of Sulphur Passage and Shelter Inlet - a popular kayaking destination.

Things to Do: 

Boating - Sulphur Passage Provincial Park is a very scenic and popular spot kayaking destination. Paddlers will be inspired by the majestic old-growth forest, as well as the variety of wildlife that can be spotted from the park.

Fishing - The waters of Clayoquot Sound may contain a variety of fish species, including salmon, rockfish, halibut and lingcod.

Swimming - There are opportunities for ocean swimming at this park.

Rules: BC Parks Policy Practice Leave no Trace and BC Backcountry Camping Ethics

Operated by: BC Provincial Parks

Number of Sites: 0

Map: Park Area Map

Website: BC Parks

Search for Sulpher Passage on the Interactive Google Map

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