Shelter Point Regional Park features the following amenities. Also, check out the archaeological display window at the park containing a variety of artifacts that were found on-site and learn about the park’s history and cultural significance. For more information, please read the Archaeological Impact Assessment commissioned by the Board in 2013.
Shelter Point Park is now home to a new gathering structure open for public use, enhancing the park for residents and visitors. The structure was constructed in July 2021. Its design is based on conceptual drawings supplied to the qathet Regional District by Tla’amin Nation and features a large covered seating area with benches and a fire pit.
- 52 individual RV and tent campsites
- 2 group campsites
- food concession (seasonal)
- piped drinking water
- flush toilets (available from April 18 – October 15 only)
- showers (available from April 18 – October 15 only)
- firewood sales
- over 2 km of beach front
- 2 boat ramps suitable for most recreational boats
- nature trails with first growth forest
- beach side picnic benches
- covered gathering structure