Green Inlet Marine Park offers a sheltered all-weather anchorage set in a scenic fiord. The park encompasses the sheltered all-weather anchorage of Horsefly Cove and surrounding water. Nearby, but outside the park, is the tidal lagoon of Green Inlet with the reversing rapids at Baffle Point (unnavigable). There are no facilities provided at this marine park.
Park Size: 18 hectares of marine area and 19 hectares of land area.
Fishing for salmon and rockfish is possible here. Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence.
Note that the entire North Coast area is closed to bivalve harvest (i.e. clams and mussels), due to red tide and the possibility of paralytic shellfish poisoning.
The park is open to hunting. All hunters to the area should refer to the current BC Hunting and Trapping Regulation synopsis.
Green Inlet Marine Park is on the east side of Tolmie Channel across from Princess Royal Island, just west of Fiordland Recreation Area. 196 km south of Prince Rupert. It is accessible by boat only. Refer to Canadian Hydrographic Chart 3738. Supplies are available at Klemtu or Bella Bella.
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