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We weren't camping- so maybe if you camp is better? we just went cause thought it would be a nice day trip/ visit. No blooming flowers, no one there when we arrived, a bunch of tree stumps placed upside down along paths... Go see the...More
After camping in many provincial parks on the island, this park is extremely disappointing. Firepits which were full of garbage are across the road from campsites, watched the staff throw their garbage on the ground, outhouses never seem to receive a cleaning, garbage all over...More
What a great place to camp. We were right near the ocean and it was very quiet. The beach is rocky but you can walk on the road just in from it. You also can camp deeper in the park but not close to water....More
After checking the reviews we headed to Kitty Coleman Provincial Park! This is a quiet park right on the ocean. We spptted: orcas, sea lions, seal, eagles, a heron every morning/evening.
We brought our own T.P. so that was not an issue. It was the...More
This is awful. What kind of provincial park does not provide toilet paper. Seriously. Be prepared to bring some so that you don't get surprised. No where does it say that they don't supply it until your actually there ready to use the bathroom. If...More
This is a beautiful Provincial Campground with great hosts, Shelley and Peter. Being a Class C Campground, it is a little more rustic than some and there are no reservations (except for the group site, which can be reserved starting in April). The price of...More
We've been many times but this last experience with two little girls (4 and 8 years old) was the most recent and a great experience. We tried out the trails as well as the beach. We found lots of interesting plants and sea life.
Nice setting, great ocean views, camp sites just feet away from beach but still allows some privacy in the campsites depending on which sites you get, toilets reasonable but you must supply your own tp, beach is an off leash area for dogs as well...More
Response from Islandjewel | Reviewed this property |
I don't have any and I haven't seen any posted. It is a wooded area on a small hill. It is still close to the beach area. There are individual sites within the Group Site and a fairly large "communal" area. I'm sure the... More
I don't have any and I haven't seen any posted. It is a wooded area on a small hill. It is still close to the beach area. There are individual sites within the Group Site and a fairly large "communal" area. I'm sure the park hosts, Shelley and Peter, would be able to send you some pictures if you are interested in reserving it. You can find a contact number for them on the website for Kitty Coleman Provincial Park.