Wilderness camping is allowed. Reservations are not accepted at this conservancy and all sites and facilities are on a first come, first served basis.
Location: North end of Klekane Inlet, east side of estuary, about 10 km north of Butedale. The trail to the hot springs can be difficult to find. Ensure you have the following coordinates marked.
GPS: Lat. 53° 14’ 46” North; Long. 128° 40’ 50” West
Pool Water Temperature: 41°C
Facilities: Cedar building (8 ft x 12 ft) with green metal roof and a concrete block pool (8 ft x 8 ft x 3 ft deep).
Comments: The waters are odorless. About a five minute walk in at high tide at the NE end of the estuary and about 20 m from a small side stream. Source of the hot springs is at 53° 14’ 50” North; 128° 40’ 50” West (53° C). Be aware of bears in the area.
Adventurous and experienced kayakers may enjoy exploring the inlet, bays and shorelines in this conservancy.
There are opportunities to fish for trout and salmon in Klekane River. Please consult the appropriate non-tidal fishing regulations for more information. Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate license.