Elk Falls Provincial Park, Campbell River

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Hike through the Canadian wilderness to Elk Falls Provincial Park to observe the falls and catch views of the canyon. Originally established to protect the falls and canyon, the park today offers many hiking trails and campgrounds for outdoor lovers and tourists. You can traverse the canyon via a suspension bridge and observe the falls from above. The park encompasses 1,807 hectares (4,465 acres) of land which provides a large area for hiking; trails range from easy to difficult. Be sure to take plenty of water and wear comfortable hiking shoes. To visit Elk Falls Provincial Park and get the most from your holiday in Campbell River, create itinerary details personal to you using our Campbell River itinerary builder.
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TripAdvisor
  • Amazing suspension bridge and informative office with all the history BBC and ongoing planning for hydro electricity for both mainland BC and Campbell River.  more »
  • Our son saved about a million banana slugs and snails. Beautiful trail and thundering falls! Definitely a must-do in Campbell River.  more »
  • We spent a couple of hours here, with a hike to the falls and suspension bridge. I wish we had longer, there were lots of trails to explore! There is lots of work being done at the John Hart Generatin...  more »
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  • Beautiful park. Well kept. Not crowded and no littering. Suspension bridge is awesome and the trails are easy. Some steep areas but very manageable. Looks and feels and smells like heaven. Maybe 1.5 hours to do all walks and trails but leave more time to view the beautiful scenery and falls
  • Great walking options. Bridge and falls are only a short walk in for those not looking for a marathon hike. but it has several trails that take you further up the river if you wish to go longer.
  • Suspension bridge is amazing. Trails are easy to walk. Views are spectacular.
  • Lots to do in this park especially if you enjoy fishing. Try a secure a reservation to avoid disappointment at the front gate. It can also get really busy during the local fish runs. Try the walk to the falls some really big trees.
  • It's a small 10-15 trek to the falls but totally worth it! Suspension Bridge adds a great element to the park