Porteau Cove Provincial Park is a little park next to Sea-to-Sky Highway, featuring waterfront campsites with amazing views of Howe Sound and the mountains beyond. An old ship has been sunk to provide interest for scuba divers and to attract marine life. Adjacent train tracks (CN Rail) are active. Fishing, shellfish harvesting or removal of other marine life is not allowed. Outside the park boundary, fishing for salmon and bottom feeders such as cod in the ocean area is allowed.
Activities available at this Park: camping, canoeing, cycling, fishing (outside park boundary), hiking, scuba diving, windsurfing, boat launching, etc.
Porteau Cove Olympic Legacy Cabins
The Olympic Legacy cabins were built by Pioneer Log Homes of Williams Lake, BC and used during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games at Simon Fraser University and the British Columbia Institute of Technology as information kiosks and a showcase of BC Parks.
Each cabin has one bedroom and a loft, a private kitchen and a bathroom. All linens will be supplied. Occupancy for the cabins has been set at a maximum of four (4) people.
Click here for reservations of Porteau Cove cabins.