Campsites listed below North to South
KM 0 PACHENA BAY Campground is on the beach very near the Park headquarters. This is a great spot if you must wait a day. More information here.
KM 12 MICHIGAN has numerous beach sites and several in the trees. Also has a composting toilet and bear boxes. Very busy but usually the first or last stop on the trail.
KM 14 DARLING Creek has a pristine waterfall that sits back from the beach. It is seldom busy. There is an outhouse.
KM 15 ORANGE JUICE and KM 16.5 TSOCOWIS have suitable campsites that are seldom used. Tsocowis has a lovely waterfall.
KM 22 Hikers often use the cable car and pass by the beautiful KLANAWA RIVER. It has great sand and views.
KM 25 TSUSIAT FALLS is the most used beach on the trail but always worth a stop.
KM 40 DARE POINT and CHEEWAT BEACH have campsites but check with the Park Rangers. Some beach areas might be closed to camping.
KM 42 The rocks at CRIBS CREEK, form a natural breakwater at the mouth of the creek. A great spot but often busy.
KM 46 CARMANAH CREEK usually has lots of wood, sand and water. There is an outhouse in the woods and Monique’s Place is two kilometers.
KM 48 BONILLA POINT has a good campsite with plenty of firewood and a small waterfall. It is seldom busy.
KM 53 WALBRAN CREEK is an idyllic place to set down your tent. The water is deep and clear, firewood is plentiful and there’s plenty of level sand.
KM 62 CAMPER CREEK This is one of the most heavily used sites on the trail because of its location and often suffers from abuse.
KM 70 THRASHER COVE is a very busy campsite at the bottom of steep ladders. It has plenty of space on the sand and in the woods.
KM 75 GORDON RIVER The Pacheedaht First Nation operates a rustic, on-the-beach campsite adjacent to the Park’s Canada office.