Elk Falls Provincial Park, Campbell River
(4.7/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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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  • This is a truly spectacular place to visit or just go for a walk or a picnic. When the water is high the falls are quite spectacular. 
  • Located just a short drive from Campbell River, we enjoyed the short hike through the forest to get to the falls. The views from suspension bridge were stunning as were the views if you hiked a little...  more »
  • Just a short ten minute drive west of Campbell River and you are In Elk Falls Park. There is an excellent information centre that Gives the history of the area and explains the development Of the new ...  more »
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  • Sites away from the road very quiet. Sites spread out from each other to almost give them the "alone in the woods" feel. Staff friendly but not overbearing. You get a little better value for the 7 dollar wood than you can get just about anywhere locally. Potable water, trash and toilets very convenient. No overflowing trash cans. The operator Nicole was exceptional. We saw a sow and cub walking 100 meters along the river just on the other side of the river from our site, 35 meters from our tent, we watched her catch a salmon. I got to watch the cub climb a tree. All after walking down to the river from our site #4.
  • The little critter scurrying about doing what they have to do. The forest is nice and the water warm. Buy for now, tri to find some even neater stuff, like , i dont know, but it will be neat, like some shed pixie wings, apparently they drop every 100 year, pray tell said so.
  • Really gorgeous! And it was an easy hike. I saw seniors and toddlers doing the walk. The suspension bridge has some stairs so you'll to be able to do that.
  • Beautiful hike. A definite must see if your in Campbell River. Elk Falls campsite is okay!
  • This place is amazing ! It has new paths to walk on and new stairs and a big platform to walk out on over the falls to see them the view is truely a amazing it is a must see for sure !