Quatsino Provincial Park
The park was established July 12, 1995.
This undeveloped park protects some of the largest old-growth trees, some small lakes, Koprino Harbour, which is a sheltered inlet, and the Koprino River estuary, which is noted for its critical fish-rearing and waterfowl habitat. The park also protects nesting and feeding habitat that is used by a high concentration of bald eagles. Black bears are very common in Quatsino Provincial Park, as are coastal black-tailed deer and cougars.
The following recreational activities are available: backcountry camping and hiking, kayaking and canoeing, fishing and hunting. Quatsino Provincial Park is primarily a marine-access recreational park.
The park is 50 kilometres (31 mi) west of Port Hardy, British Columbia. It is accessible by rough logging roads or by kayaks. Quatsino is on a popular kayaking route.
654 hectares in size.
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