Eves Provincial Park
Located in: Chemainus | Duncan

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Duncan


Park Size: 18 Hectares

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Birding
Caves
Hiking
Interpretive Centre
Interpretive Signs
Park Office
Pavilion
Picnicking
Washrooms


Eves Provincial Park is a "Class C" park located in Westholme, BC which is in an area called Crofton which is just couth of Chemainus, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada. The park is relatively a hidden gem, with little to no crowds, providing a network of hiking trails through a forest leading to a historic railway site, a rocky bluff, creek and pond. 
Eves Park
The provincial park was once home to a railway right-of-way during the 1900s. It was  used for transporting copper ore from Mount Sicker to the ocean port in, what is now, called Crofton. Throughout the park are information signs, a day use area, a nature centre and a section of the old rail line.

The park itself measures about 18 hectares.  The John Lawson Nature Centre provides numerous displays, books and hands-on-activities for visitors. 

A highlight of the park is the rocky bluff lookout located half way down the entrance road. From the bluff there are views of the valley below.   


Address:

Eves Provincial Park
Little Mountain Road
Duncan
British Columbia
Canada
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Located in: Chemainus | Duncan
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