Strathcona Provincial Park: Campbell River to Buttle Lake

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Strathcona Provincial Park: Campbell River to Buttle Lake is a 54 mile trail located near Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada. The trail is primarily used for scenic driving and is accessible year-round.

54.0 miles

scenic driving


scenic driving
5 months ago

Great drive. So much to see on Vancouver island. Love it even on a rainy day

nature trips
3 years ago

Campbell River is also the gateway to the largest park on Vancouver Island and the oldest provincial park in BC: Strathcona. Driving west on Hwy 28, enter 500,000 acres of luscious wilderness. A paved road travels the length of beautiful Buttle Lake where there are not only hiking trails galore, but also fresh water swimming, picnicking, boating, fishing and camping.
E-mail for more info on trails in Strathcona Park and follow the Strathcona Wilderness Institute to find out more about guided day trips and overnight treks into the park’s spectacular, untamed backcountry.