This marine park offers anchorage, fishing and diving in an attractive little bay suitable for small boats. There is a small beach here, but no facilities. The passage is narrow at the east end with rocks and drying reefs. Navigate only at high slack.
Park Size: 30 hectares of marine area and 41 hectares of land area.
There is some fishing nearby for salmon and rock fish. Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence.
This park is open to hunting. Please check the BC Hunting and Trapping Regulations for more information.
The park is 236 km south of Prince Rupert, at the east end of Jackson Passage as it joins Mathieson Channel. Refer to Canadian Hydrographic Charts 3734 and 3711. This park can be accessed only by boat. Klemtu is located to the west on Swindle Island, and supplies are available there. The nearest community with road access is Bella Coola.
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