Petroglyph Provincial Park
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Petroglyph Provincial Park is located at the south end of the City of Nanaimo, Canada where the Nanaimo River empties into the Northumberland Channel. Petroglyph Park is the site of hundreds of native carvings, called petroglyphs. The park encompasses two hectares of land and features carvings of mythological sea creatures, human figures, animals symbolic to the native inhabitants and more. No facilities are provided at this park.
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