Located about 20 km west of Sooke on highway 14. Typical provincial park layout. Table and fire ring provided at each site. This is located in a rain forest so don't expect to see much of the sun. Some sites would fit a 35 footer but not many. It gets very busy in the summer months so reservations are a must. There is very little to do at this park. This is a very good place to relax and enjoy the quiet. A number walking trails will lead you to a rock and pebbly beach where you can watch for seals, sea lions etc (including whales in season). The water is cold so don't expect to go swimming. A few km west is Jordan River if you are into surfing or kayaking. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a typical un-serviced “Campground”. What is not typical is the location. You park right on the water. Most sites have amazing views of the Straight of Juan de Fuca with the Washington State Olympic Peninsula on the other side. There are no amenities other than pit toilets and communal water. If you have a coach you can nose in. The sites are gravel and level. There are a couple of pull-throughs in the northern section. You will see amazing sun sets from that side. There is a picnic table and fire ring at every site. Bring your own fire wood. The closest groceries, gas, etc. are located about 30 Km south in Sooke. We stayed here mid-September (mid-week) and were lucky to get a spot. The only “activities” here are surfing, sailing and other like water sports. The shore is rocky but walking is easy. It is very quiet and serene. It cost $15.00 night “Cash Only” slipped into a lock box and collected daily. The entrance gate is locked at 10:00 PM and opens again at 6:00 AM. There is no on-site management but everyone followed the limited rules very well. There is no cell service, thus no Internet of any kind. As long as you are not expecting any thing except a clean quiet "basic" service,you should be happy here. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.