Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park
|Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park|
|Nearest city||Parksville, British Columbia|
|Governing body||BC Ministry of the Environment|
Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, on central Vancouver Island, that encompasses the entire southern shore of Cameron Lake. Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park was originally established as a park in 1940 to protect the old growth Douglas-fir forest. Swimming, fishing, campgrounds and day-use areas are available within the park, as well as sail boarding due to a wind funnel created by the surrounding mountains, Mount Wesley to the north and Mount Arrowsmith to the south. The park maintains 6 km of walking trails within its perimeter. 
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- Photo of Little Qualicum Falls, undated, U.Wash Digital Collections
- Little Qualicum Falls Loop, hiking guide
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