Nahmint Lake Rec Site Camping

At Nahmint Lake Rec Site you will enjoy 12 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets Site Operator:HUPACASATH FIRST NATION Site Description:A beautiful site on the shores of Nahmint Lake under large old-growth Hemlock. Activities include boating, fishing and a great beach. Driving Directions:From Port Alberni, […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On May 1, 2011
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At Nahmint Lake Rec Site you will enjoy 12 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Operator:HUPACASATH FIRST NATION

Site Description:A beautiful site on the shores of Nahmint Lake under large old-growth Hemlock. Activities include boating, fishing and a great beach.

Driving Directions:From Port Alberni, cross the Somass River on Highway 4 toward Tofino. Take McCoy Lake Road on the left and follow to Stirling Arm Main. Turn right and stay on the Stirling Arm Forest Service Road to the Nahmint Main. Make sure not to turn right onto the South Taylor Forest Service Road at 21 km. Turn left onto the Nahmint Main for a short distance and the site is on the right.

Nahmint Lake Rec Site Free Camping

2 Comments

  1. steven dalton

    do you take reservations?
    thinking as many sites as we can get on july 12 and 13

    Reply
  2. Carmen Sloman

    Hello
    My name is Carmen Sloman. My friend is turning 42 this weekend and we are planning on coming camping to your lake. We arrive Saturday, the 21st and plan to stay for two nights. We hope that you are ok with us using your site. Please call with any questions. 2505220450
    We are very respectful and pack out everything we pack in. We are also aware of the cougars in area.
    Carmen

    Reply

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