About the Park

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The upper and lower campgrounds and beach are connected by a highway underpass footpath. Walking along the water to a small pier at the eastern end of Sproat Lake allows visitors to view one of the finest panels of ancient First Nations petroglyph’s in British Columbia. You are also able to view the gigantic Martin Mars firefighting water bombers.

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Group Camping


Park Info


  • Hiking

  • Swimming

  • Canoeing / kayaking

  • Fishing

  • Interpretive programs

  • Pets on leash

  • Bicycling
  • Windsurfing

  • Beach

  • BBQ


  • Vehicle accessible

  • Picnic sites

  • Toilets

  • Showers

  • Drinking water

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Boat Launch

  • Winter recreation


Sproat Lake Provincial Park is located on Hwy #4 13 km northwest of Port Alberni on central Vancouver Island. The park sits on the north shore of Sproat Lake, and can be reached via Hwy #4. It is about 2 hours from Tofino, Ucluelet and Long Beach.

Nearby Parks

Stamp River Provincial Park is within a 20 minute drive from the park and is world renowned for fishing and viewing spawning salmon. Cathedral Grove at Macmillan Provincial Park and Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park are about 50 minutes south of Sproat Lake on HWY#4.

For more information, please visit www.bcparks.ca

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Rentals & Accommodations

Trailer Rentals

COVID-19 Updates Are you hoping to enjoy a camping experience at one of our most popular campgrounds but don’t have your own travel trailer or RV? Maybe you’ve been thinking about going camping but you’d still like the comforts of home with full power and hook-ups. Are you considering purchasing a travel trailer but would...

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Tours & Programs

Forest Foraging

Discover the secret menu of the forest with our enthusiastic Park Naturalist.  With a passion for everything outdoors, our Naturalists are professionally trained to make “a walk in the park” one of the most interesting and inspiring activities you will experience.  Find out what you can nibble on the next time you’re cruising through the...

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