Naka Creek

Type: Maintained Forestry Site

Open: Year round

Fees: None

Reservations: No

Toilets: Pit
Showers: No
Potable Water: No
Pets: Yes
Garbage: Pack it out
Fire Pit: Yes (Check for fire ban)
Hydro: No
Sanidump: No
Accessible: No
Description: Located on the shores of scenic Johnstone Strait, not far from the Robson Bight Ecological Reserve, Naka Creek is a great area for watching Orca whales and other marine mammals.. The site is a popular launching point for kayakers and a rough (beach) boat launch provides access for fishermen. The campsite itself is very small with only 7 units. An adjacent open, grassy area (site of old logging camp) currently provides overflow camping space.

Things to Do: 

Beach - There is a gravel beach where you can relax and watch for whales. There is plenty of room to spread out and lots of driftwood to sit on.

Boating - There is a rough boat launch on site, most suited for car topper boats.

Fishing - In Johnston Straight, Pink Salmon are abundant here

Hiking - To a little waterfall up the creek

Swimming - In Johnston Straight

Rules: Rules

Operated by: Unknown

Number of Sites: 7

Map: Park Map

Website: Sites and Trails BC

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