Brooks Peninsula Provincial Park

BROOKS PENINSULA PROVINCIAL PARK, 516.3 sq km, encompasses the Brooks Peninsula, which juts nearly 16 km into the Pacific Ocean from the northwest coast of VANCOUVER ISLAND south of QUATSINO SOUND. First established as a recreation area in 1986, it was enlarged and upgraded to a class A provincial PARK 10 years later in recognition of its high BIODIVERSITY values. Additions include an average 2-km boundary extension into the surrounding offshore waters and islands (including Solander Island...

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