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Okeover Arm Provincial Park
Lund, British Columbia, Canada

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Okeover Arm Provincial Park

Park Size: 4 hectares

Park Amenities:
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Okeover Arm Provincial Park, is located near Lund BC on the top portion of the Sunshine Coast. The park is on the Malaspina Peninsula covering over 4 hectares with no real trial system to explore but does have beach access, camping. The beach is mostly rock with little sand. The park is highly used by many canoeing, kayaking and scuba diving enthusiasts as a launching point to access Desolation Sound Provincial Marine Park.

Part of the Okeover Arm Campsite and the day use area is situated on the traditional Sliammon First Nations archeological site. The site was designed and developed to enhance the education of the Sliammon history and to protect the large shell midden which is the main feature of the site. The park has signs throughout explaining the story and impact the area had on its local culture.

The camping sites are mostly seasonal drive-in sites totalling 14. There are no sani dumps at this location.The 4 tent only sites are on a first-come, first-served basis. operating all year. The park does have pit toilets and a cold water hand pump located at the north end of the campground at the edge of the parking lot. No shower stalls onsite.

The picnic/day-use area is close to the campground. But does not have picnic tables. The park has a comfortable small grassy area with a bench and a view of Okeover Arm and Lancelot Inlet.
Okeover Arm Provincial Park, Lund, BC, Sunshine Coast, Canada

How To Get To: Okeover Arm Provincial Park

Follow Hwy #101 from Powell River, approximately 19 km north of Powell River. Located 9 km west of Lund BC following Malaspina Road.


Malaspina Road Lund, British Columbia Canada

49.9914912 -124.7143402

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