Bere Point Park, Campground & the Beautiful Bay Trail
Beautiful Bay Trail MapThere are 24 campsites nestled in the trees with the beach a stone’s throw away with views of the Queen Charlotte Strait and the nearby snow-capped coastal mountains.
Occasionally orca whales may rub on the rocks at Bere Point. Watch from the whale watching platform. There are 3 free picnic day use areas for public use. There is no potable running water, hydro or flush toilets.
Park Highlight: See a killer whale rubbing beach.
Walk softly along the spongy forest trail to the viewing platform at Bere Point. Lookout over the ocean to the coastal mountains and cross your fingers… if you are lucky enough, you might just hear the water rippling as a killer whale approaches to rub on the pebble beach below. The population of killer whales that visits this area are the only killer whales in the world known to have this rubbing behaviour.