Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park
Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park takes its name from the Rath family who homesteaded on the land in the late 19th century. The family eventually established a private campground on the site, adding the “trevor” to give it a more romantic name.
The park features a two-kilometre long stretch of sandy beach, a stand of old-growth Douglas fir trees and plenty of camping sites. The sandy beach is the main attraction. At low tide, it stretches nearly a kilometre out into the Strait of Georgia.