Provincial Park Camping
Juan de Fuca Trail:
No vehicle accessible camping except at three of the trailhead parking lots – Juan de Fuca East (China Beach), Sombrio Beach and Parkinson Creek. These areas are for self-contained units only. Open all year. Fees collected year round for wilderness walk-in camping. Self-registration envelopes and safes are located at each trailhead for depositing your camping fee. Fees collected at China Beach (Juan de Fuca East), Parkinson Creek, Sombrio Beach and Botanical Beach trailheads.
China Beach Campground:
This area offers vehicle accessible campsites. The campground is located in a forested area with open understory just east of the China Beach day-use area and Juan de Fuca East trailhead. Open and fees for services collected May 15 to September 15. On October 1, campground gate is locked. Check in for reservation holders is 1:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Check out time is 11:00 a.m. Gates open 7:00 a.m. and close at 11:00 p.m.
There is no camping at the Botanical Beach Trailhead.
Camping at Mystic Beach, Bear Beach, Chin Beach and Sombrio Beach (East) is available on the beach. Please use camping pads at West Sombrio camping area; otherwise there are no designated sites. Remember to camp on the beach to prevent degradation of the forest vegetation.
Forest Sites: Camping at Little Kuitsche Creek and Payzant Creek is in the forest and away from the beach. There is limited shoreline access at Little Kuitsche Creek and no shoreline access at Payzant Creek. Fires are not permitted at these sites. A portable campstove will be required for cooking. Camp only on designated tent pads.
- Fairy Lake (Port Renfrew)
- Lizard Lake (Port Renfrew)
- Pacheedaht Camping (Port Renfrew)
- Jordan River Western Forests (Jordan River)
These private campgrounds we suggest you call and make reservations.
- Sunny Shores (Sooke)
- Sooke River Campground (Sooke)