Okeover Arm Provincial Park, Lund
(4.7/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • As a campground, it's fine. I've not camped there, but I've checked it out, and it's lovely. I suspect you'd better get there early - the locals love it. Bring a boat or kayak. Now to the real deal - ...  more »
  • Not far from Lund, BC, located on the Malaspina Peninsula's east side, Okeover Arm Provincial Park commands a stunning view of Okeover Arm. Stand at a interpretive sign and lookout on a Sliammon First...  more »
  • We ate lunch at the park and watched the world go by from a bench over looking the water. There is camping available at the park and an outhouse. Nice little stop along the shore. It is right next to ...  more »
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  • Perfect peaceful and quiet place for a getaway.
  • We've been going to this park for at least a dozen years. We didn't go in 2013 as we took the Inside Passage trip in its place. Very hard choice. The small park is on the salt water, and rocky beach with evergreen forest all the way to the water. A spectacular setting looking up the inlet. This park is first come, first served and not often full. We love the forest birds, like the swainson's thrush - a wonderful song. The ravens calls entertain us. A 5-minute walk to the Laughing Oyster restaurant for a relaxing lunch on their deck is wonderful, and sometimes live music drifts into the campground - we like it, but some might not. The Sliammon tribe were the hosts up till this year - not sure what happened, and who is doing it now (2013). Last year, a number of the tables needed work or replacement. They also used to sell firewood, but quit that in 2012. What with all the forests around, it was surprising that firewood sold in Lund, and at SunLund was so expensive for what was offered. We will probably take a propane fire pit in the future in case of no wood. We will be quite interested in staying there in July, 2014 and hope all is well. It is a great setting. There are two pit toilets in the CG, and another one in the woods above the government dock - handy if in site 13 and 14. There are few choices of camping around Lund. SunLund in Lund has hookups for RVs and showers; Dinner Rock is just before the turnoff to Okeover PP, but we never liked that (hilly, exposed to winds, and just felt it a little weird though we haven't stayed there).
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