MacMillan Provincial Park – Cathedral Grove
Points of Interest
MacMillan Provincial Park on Vancouver Island is famous for Cathedral Grove, one of the most accessible stands of giant Douglas Fir trees in British Columbia. Some of these trees are 800 years old and walking the trails through this virgin coastal forest can be quite an inspirational experience. The south loop showcases the largest Douglas Fir trees, with the biggest one measuring over 9 metres in circumference. The trail on the northern side of the road winds through groves of ancient Western Red Cedar to the shores of Cameron Lake. Facilities are limited to a picnic area and toilets.
- State/Prov: BC
- Country: Canada