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Horne Lake Regional Park
Nestled under Mount Mark at the west end of Horne Lake beside famous Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park, the 109 hectare regional park boasts over five kilometres of lake and riverfront to enjoy and explore. A boat ramp, canoe and kayak rentals along with day-use picnicking area compliment the campground's rustic wooded and lakefront sites. A range of programmed recreation and nature interpretation means many adventures to remember when you go to Horne Lake Regional Park.
Things To DoWilderness camping, hiking, boating, swimming, picnicking, programmed recreation, fishing, caving
How To Get ThereTake the Horne Lake Rd exit (#75) off Hwy 19 and drive inland about five kilometres to the junction with Horne Lake Caves Rd; turn right and follow the Caves Rd along the north shore of the lake all the way to the entrance of Horne Lake Regional Park. Note that the gravel Caves Rd is narrow, winding and periodically used by logging trucks.
What's In The AreaThe Park offers spectacular views of area mountains and cliffs and is a great jumping off place to explore the Caves at the Provincial Park next door. The Lighthouse Country communities of Qualicum Bay and Bowser are situated about 25 kilometres to the east along the oceanfront, and provide the nearest location for gas, groceries, restaurants and other amenities like accessible walking trails.
Whole Park Map
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