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This is a bit off the beaten track, but well worth the visit. The trails are in good condition and the stairs are a treat to get to the viewpoints. The water level in the river makes a difference. If it's too high you can't...More
Went swimming at the caves...while camping nearby.
This place is amazing.
Lots of flowing water....standing natural pool tubs...and the main cave is incredible to see and explore.
Make sure to bring your aqua shoes...as lots of the surface of the rocks/limestone is prickly sharp on...More
On a trip north from Nanaimo to Port Alice, we stopped to explore this little-known, little-publicized park. It is about 10 Km down a gravel forestry road. Take the turn-off for Zeballos. The first turn-off on the road has a very confusing sign most of...More
The logging road from Port Hardy to the beach is long and a challenge ... the washboard and pot holes will challenge any driver . The Bay ...with its sand beaches , sea stacks ... and just as importantly , the 3.4 km walk in...More
This is a bonus park. Free to go in and explore to your comfort level. The caves are awesome even if you don't have enter them all. Be sure to go to the bottom and see the mother cave- easy to walk right into. Well...More
I went on a camping trip by Woss lake quite near to the Little Huson Cave Park. We drove for about 30-40 Minutes, and mostly on gravel. The park is easily accessible by road of course, but a little hint of advice for you....
A little off the beaten path but well worth the effort. There are a few other caverns and caves you can explore, but the main one is more like a cavern. My kids who were 8 and 10 at the time really enjoyed the trip...More
The information centre in Campbell River has an info pack on the caves with directions, tips and general information.
It says it takes 1hr & 15 minutes to the Zeballos turn off (from Campbell River) then 15 minutes to the caves from there. I'm going...More