Brooks Peninsula is a wilderness area located on Vancouver Island. Explorer Captain Cook called Brooks Peninsula, located on northwest Vancouver Island, the “cape of storms”, however this provincial park also offers shelter, sandy beaches and a world-class wilderness experience to visitors.
Park Size: 51,631 ha
Water for human consumption may be difficult to locate in Muquin / Brooks Peninsula, therefore It is recommended that you bring enough for your needs. Any surface water you may find must be well-boiled, filtered or treated prior to drinking.
This park does not have a boat launch. The nearest boat launch is at Fair Harbour. Sheltered anchorages are also available in Nasparti and Ououkinsh Inlet in the southern part of the park. In the northern portion of the park, sheltered anchorages can be found in Brooks Bay and Klaskish Inlet.
Preservation of the Brooks Peninsula area requires that hiking, camping and other activities be well managed, and that all visitors be fully prepared & practice 'leave no trace' wilderness etiquette.
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