Sproat Lake Provincial Park
Sproat Lake is a beautiful, clear and large lake with over 200 miles of shoreline. Located just fifteen minutes away from Port Alberni this park is popular with families and as a stopover for those on route to Tofino, Ucluelet and the Pacific Rim. This lake is a water sports paradise; swimming, water-skiing, fishing and windsurfing are all popular on the lake. This Provincial Campsite is located on the north shore of Sproat Lake and has 58 campsites available from May to October. At the eastern end of the park are some of the oldest, and best-preserved petroglyphs in British Columbia.

Per Site: $17.00 on the Upper Campsite (not on the lake)
$20.00 on the Lower Campsite (on Sproat Lake)
Firewood (bundle): $5.00


Directions (From Victoria)
Take Highway 1 north
Continue past Parksville where Highway 1 turns into Highway 19
Take Highway 4 West
Just 13 Km past Port Alberni Sproat Lake Park sits on Highway 4