About the Park

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World renowned Cathedral Grove is an ancient Old Growth Douglas Fir forest on Vancouver Island. Visitors can stroll on easy access networks of trails under the shadow of the ancient forest trees, some of the Douglas Firs are over 800 years old. On the south side of the park you will find the largest Douglas Fir measuring 9 meters in circumference. The trails continue on across to the north side of the highway into a grove of ancient Western Red cedar standing watch over nearby Cameron Lake.

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Picnicking

No picnicking spots.

Camping

Fires

No fires allowed.

Park Info

Activities


  • Hiking

  • Pets on leash

Amenities


  • Toilets

  • Wheelchair accessible

Location

Cathedral Grove is located 25km west of Qualicum Beach and 16 km east of Port Alberni on Hwy #4 which runs right through the park. From Hwys #19 and #19A take the exit to head west on Hwy#4 toward Port Alberni.