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Parkinson Creek

This moderate section of trail takes hikers through regenerating logged areas and old growth forest fringe and along the beautiful rugged shoreline. Watch for marine mammals that frequent this area.

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West Coast Road, Port Renfrew, BC, Canada
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Description

Parkinson Creek Trailhead is located at Kilometre 37.6 of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail. From here you can hike east to Sombrio or west to Botanical Beach. There are two campsites nearby – Payzant Creek at Kilometre 40 and Little Kuitsche Creek at Kilometre 33.5.

This moderate section of trail takes hikers through regenerating logged areas and old growth forest fringe and along the beautiful rugged shoreline. Watch for marine mammals that frequent this area.

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