This park was established in 1965.
This is a significant place for the Heiltsuk People and should be respected as a heritage site. It is illegal to disturb such sites or remove artifacts. This is one reason why it is preferable to sleep on board your boat rather than camping on land, which has far greater impact on cultural and natural values.
Marine resources have been under a lot of pressure over the last few years. Please observe fishing regulations closely, and consider taking less than your limit to ease your impact.
As you cruise through the area near the park, watch for orcas, humpback whales, Pacific white-sided dolphins, sea lions and other marine mammals. It is important you keep your distance from these creatures. Never approach closer than 100 metres. Steer a steady, slow course and avoid cutting in front of them. On shore, watch for Columbia black-tailed deer, mink, black bear and wolves.
General Wildlife, Marine & Outdoor Ethics Information