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Visited in July and we walked through the main pathway loop through to the end of the spit and back to the parking area. It is an easy walk and you could take a side trip down to the water, but be careful as the...More
Easy in and out from the boat launch make this spot a no brainer when you’re deciding where to kayak first as a novice on Quadra Island. The protected bay makes for a great practice before moving on to more challenging weather conditions/locations. Family friendly...More
We were staying overlooking the spit and it was just beautiful. On the day we decided to walk the length of it, the weather wasn't good so we parked the car half way along and walked the rest. There is some amazing driftwood on the...More
Well shaded picnic area with a large field for sports and kids to play. Bikes are allowed half way then walking only. Can’t recommend enough. The spit is calm and almost lake like. Ocean side offers amazing views of Cortez. We spent hours!
If you do the ferry ride from Campbell River to Quadra Island, then a must do is visiting Rebecca Spit Marine Provincial Park, particularly on a nice day.
This area was used as a pioneer gathering area for local communities. In 1959, the Clandenning Family...More
Anyone of any age can enjoy this lovely peninsula, with forest (including some old growth) and rocky beaches on both sides. A campground with sites for both tents and RVs at the entrance gives way to an easy, flat hike around the point that is...More