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What to do
Camping is a popular activity on the Islands for both locals and visitors. These listings are remote back country locations with no maintenance or emergency services available. For Campgrounds that charge a fee for their use, including our Provincial Park Campgrounds and Municipal Campgrounds, please see our Accommodations section.
Campers using the areas listed below are expected to be fully self contained. In many cases these areas were former Ministry of Forests Recreation Sites, which are now user maintained. No fees are currently being charged for the use of these facilities.
For more information on these sites, check in with the Visitor Centre when you arrive. The Haida Gwaii Trail Guide also providees good information for 'Backroads' camping
NORTHERN GRAHAM ISLAND AREA
NORTH BEACH AND EAST BEACH
The East Beach hike includes a multi night camping along the beach and North Beach often receives spectacular views.
At the end of a 10km hike starting at the Tow Hill base and the Hiellen Bridge, campers can stay at a cabin located near Rose Spit. Be aware that no reservations are taken and no fresh water is on site.
CENTRAL GRAHAM ISLAND AREA
Access through logging roads, south of Port Clements.
Access through logging roads, as above
SOUTHERN GRAHAM ISLAND AREA AND RENNELL SOUND
CONE HEAD -Duu Guusd Heritage Site/Conservancy
Short walk to the water, 2 unit campsite, beachcombing and hiking
BONANZA AND GREGGORY BEACH -Duu Guusd Heritage Site/Conservancy
Water front view
6 small units, picnic tables, toilets, suitable for small & medium sized groups
NORTHERN MORESBY ISLAND AREA
SHELDONS BAY -Kunxalas Heritage Site/Conservancy
2 small sites on beach, dry toilets. 4-wheel drive recommended
GRAY BAY -Kunxalas Heritage Site/Conservancy
20 sites located on beach, dry toilets, picnic tables, day-use shelters
11 sites, boat launch, picnic site, dry toilets and day-use area
6 sites, suitable for single or large groups