|Type: Boat Access Only, Tent Only, Maintained Forestry Site
Open: Year round
Potable Water: No
Garbage: Pack it out
Fire Pit: Yes (Check for fire ban)
|Description: A well developed beach site popular with kayakers
Things to Do:
Beach - At almost 1 km (.6 mile) long, this rocky beach is the longest in the area, which allows you plenty of room to explore. Go find a quiet area away from others, or just explore the inter-tidal area for the plethora of critters who call it home.
Boating - From camp it is a mere 6km to the boundary of the spectacular vista of the Robson Bight Ecological Reserve. A paddle to there from camp makes a great day trip, with lunch taken on a small beach en-route and an opportunity to explore a trail to a waterfall.
Operated by: Namgis First Nation
Number of Sites: 10
Website: Sites and Trails BC
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