About the Park

Jedediah Island, located between Lasqueti and Texada Islands in the Strait of Georgia off central Vancouver Island, has long been a popular destination for recreational boaters and kayakers. It is the largest and most diverse of a chain of more than 30 islands and rocky islets located north and west of Lasqueti Island. The interior of Jedediah is comprised of forest ecosystems where you will see a variety of mature tree species, including Douglas fir and arbutus, intermingled with rocky outcrops. In several areas, evidence of previous human settlements are evident. A rich marine environment encircles Jedediah Island, which offers secluded bays and coves for safer harbour.

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Park Info


  • Hiking

  • Swimming

  • Fishing

  • Pets on leash


  • Camping

  • Toilets

  • Winter recreation


Nearby Parks

Jedidiah island is located between Texada and Lasqueti Island and one can access Squitty Bay Provincial Park on the southeast tip of Lasqueti Island by boat. Nearby parks on Vancouver Island also include Rathtrevor Beach, Englishman River Falls and Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Parks.

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