Hot Springs-No Name Creek Conservancy was established as part of government’s land use decision in the Central Coast planning area. Situated on the west side of South Bentinck Arm, this conservancy encompasses two moderately sized coastal watersheds with steep valleys. Grizzly bears and mountain goats frequent this largely undisturbed area.
For many visitors, the recreational highlight of this conservancy is the presence of Talheo Hot Springs. The area is of high cultural importance to First Nations.