Hesquiat Lake Provincial Park
About This Park
This remote and difficult-to-access park on the east side of Hesquiat Lake can only be reached by boat or float plane. Situated in Clayoquot Sound northeast of Hesquiat Harbour on the west coast of Vancouver Island, the park protects mature forests of Western hemlock, Western red cedar and lodgepole pine. There are no developed facilities at this rugged wilderness park, although opportunities exist for nature appreciation and backcountry lake fishing in this unspoiled area. Due to the difficult access however, this park receives few visitors.Stay Safe:
- Bring your own drinking water as potable water is not available in the park. All surface water must be boiled, filtered or treated prior to consumption.
- Campfires are not permitted.
- There are no developed trails in the park.
Maps and Brochures
Nature and Culture
- Conservation - Hesquiat Lake Provincial Park protects Western hemlock, Western red cedar, and lodgepole pine forests.