Taylor Arm

Type: Group Camping Only

Open: April 15 to October 15

Fees:  $20.00/group site/night, plus $5/adult, plus $1/child (6-15). Children under 6 are free!

Reservations: Yes, Online

Toilets: Pit
Showers: No
Potable Water: Yes
Pets: Yes, on leash
Garbage: Bins Provided
Fire Pit: Yes, firewood for sale (Check for fire ban)
Hydro: No
Sanidump: No, There a sani station by Canadian Tire in Port Alberni.
Accessible: No
Description: This pleasantly wooded park has undeveloped beaches and two day-use areas – one on the shores of Sproat Lake at the end of the trail from the campground and the other at Camp 10

Things to Do: 

Boating - Canoeing and kayaking opportunities exist at this park. Paddlers will have to walk down the trail to the lake (approximately 10 minutes) with their vessels. Or can set in at the boat launch at Sproat Lake Provincial Park.

Fishing - There are opportunities for fresh water fishing in Sproat Lake. April and May are good months for steelhead. April through June are good rainbow trout months. The cutthroat fishery on Sproat Lake is catch-and-release only, and all wild rainbows over 60 cm must be released as well.

Hiking - There are two access trails to Sproat Lake – one at the group campground and one at Camp 10. Both trails take approximately 10 minutes. The group campsite access trail goes under a highway bridge. Or hike other trails around Port Alberni

Swimming - The warm waters of Sproat Lake are ideal for swimming. Access is by trails from either the Camp 10 day-use area or the group campground.

Waterskiing - Waterskiing is a popular activity on Sproat Lake. A boat launch is located near by at Sproat Lake Provincial Park.

Windsurfing - When the wind is up, Sproat Lake offers opportunities for windsurfing. Windsurfers will have to walk down the trail to the lake (approximately 10 minutes) with their vessels. Or can set in at the boat launch at Sproat Lake Provincial Park.

Things to do in Port Alberni

Rules: BC Parks Policy

Operated by: BC Parks

Number of Sites: 3 group sites

Map: Park Map

Website: BC Parks

Search for Taylor Arm on the Interactive Google Map

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