Porteau Cove walk-in sites are now open for the 2013 season.
Exciting News for 2013
Sea to Sky Park Services and BC Parks are pleased to announce that all campsites at Porteau Cove Provincial Park are moving to a full reservation system for the 2013 summer camping season. To ensure that early season campers are aware of this transition, 30% of the campsites in the park will remain first-come, first-serve until June 2nd. After June 2nd, all campsites in the campground will be moved onto the Discover Camping reservation system. For more information click here.
New this year Porteau Cove will be offering the rental of portable propane campfires. These campfires can be used during fire bans and easily hook-up to propane barbeque tanks. If you need to exchange your BBQ tank or buy a new one, you can do it at the gatehouse in the park.
Returning services include general camping supplies sold at the gatehouse including ice, firewood, ice cream and snacks. A sani-station is on site and located near the gatehouse.
Accommodation – Rent the Olympic Legacy Cabins located at the waterfront of Porteau Cove. For more information on the cabins see Cabins & RV Rentals.
About Porteau Cove
Only minutes from Vancouver, Porteau Cove is the perfect waterfront camping destination. Many of the campsites are on the waterfront. The beach is a great place for exploring and enjoying the stunning views of Howe Sound. Fishing (outside of the Provincial Park boundary) and boating are very popular in the area. There are two paved boat launches with day parking for trailers in the park.
One of the park’s main attractions is the tidal and inter-tidal marine life of the park’s foreshore areas. There is a good diversity of marine species, both along the shore and underwater. A scuba diving area has been developed with sunken ships and artificial reefs that have greatly enhanced sub-tidal marine life.
Porteau Cove Provincial Park is situated on the eastern shore of Howe Sound, 38 km north of Vancouver. To get there, follow Hwy 99 north from West Vancouver. Follow the signs for Porteau Cove Provincial Park (not Porteau Road which is 2km south of the park). Turn left off of the highway into the park.
Porteau Cove Provincial Park is open year round with limited facilities and reduced fees in the winter (November 1 to February 28).
For more information on Porteau Cove please visit the BC Parks website.
Pets on Leash
Pit or Flush Toilets
Sani-Station / Dump
Walk in / Wilderness Camping