Porpoise Bay Provincial Park, Sechelt
(4.4/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • We live across the water and enjoy this park with our dog regularly. Excellent location...beautiful sandy beach...wide grassy play and picnic area...excellent campsites... spawning sreams... a few sho...  more »
  • Nice shallow, golden sandy beach roped off for kids. Large grassy area with nice playground equipment for kids. Nice restrooms close to beach. Salmon stream a short walk away. Free parking. Large camp...  more »
  • Did not have a reservation. Some car camping on the way home from a long road trip. Stayed for 2 nights. Showers were warm and drinking water available. Campground very clean. Filled up over the weeke...  more »
  • Beautiful well kept campground. Forested and shady with comfortable amount of space between sites. Facilities are immaculately clean. Great beach area, play fields and playground for kids. Definately recommend.
  • Amazing view and the weather was great. All facilities accessible for the event. Great walking trails and so scenic. Plenty of parking and spacious picnic area.
  • Camping was great here. Literally lakefront property if you think about it. Beach was steps away and park was serene and clean. Facilities were great as well!
  • One of the best campgrounds we have stayed at. Good facilities. Hot showers and wonderful beach area
  • Great place to unwind. There are lots of options at this park. You can camp, or just visit for the day. There are large covered seating areas for group picnics too. There are public flush toilets ( but not airways open). Also the beach is nice to sit on in places, as there is sand.