Klewnuggit Inlet Marine Provincial Park
About This Park
Midway through Grenville Channel, Klewnuggit Inlet impels long fingers into the abrupt hills of the mainland coast. The middle finger, East Inlet, as well as Freda and Brodie Lakes above it, are included in the park.
Park Size: 1,773 hectares
- The best anchorage can be found at the north end of the East Inlet in nine fathoms over a nice bottom. There is an unmarked trail from Exposed Inlet to Brodie Lake near its river outlet and a trail on the northwest side of the river between Brodie and Freda Lakes.
- Bring your own drinking water as potable water is not available in the park.
98 km south of Prince Rupert. It is about 20 km north of Lowe Inlet. No vehicle access. The closest communities, towns and cities are Hartley Bay, Port Edward, Prince Rupert and Kitimat.
Nature and Culture
- History - Established as a Class A park, June 14 1993. The remains of ancient stone fish traps can be found at the outlet of the falls in Nettle Basin. To the north are the remains of a cannery wharf from a large operation in the area from 1890 to 1934.