Facilities and Activities:
DAY-USE OPERATING DATES: Open year round.
Rebecca Spit Marine Provincial Park: A breathtaking day-use park where visitors can explore the length of the spit and find picnicking, sunbathing, and beach combing opportunities! The eastern shoreline is known for its large collections of driftwood.
Rebecca Spit Marine Provincial Park features beautiful sandy beaches overlooking sheltered Drew Harbour and endless entertainment as visitors walk the narrow spit to stunning ocean views. There is a boat launch at the west side of the spit near the park entrance. Drew Harbour is a popular spot for boaters to anchor and enjoy the surrounding nature, beauty, and marine life. Trails are located along both sides of the spit and allow visitors to explore its outstanding scenery.
Rebecca Spit Marine is a narrow 2 km spit located on the east side of Quadra Island, a short 10 min. ferry ride from Campbell River on Vancouver Island. On Quadra, follow signs to the Cortes Island Ferry and then to the park.
This park is a must-see on Quadra Island. Walking trails lead along Rebecca Spit and offer ample opportunities for exploring the beach, which contains a high concentration of driftwood. It has a large day-use/picnic area located on the beach. Picnic tables are located along the 2 km spit and overlook the beach. Other facilities include wheelchair accessible pit toilets, a boat launch and parking area, a large grass area, and fire pits. Swimming, fishing and kayaking are popular activities at Rebecca Spit.
There is no overnight camping permitted at this park. The nearest provincial park camping is on Cortes Island at Smelt Bay Provincial Park or on Vancouver Island at Elk Falls Provincial Park near Campbell River. Marine (boat access only) campsites can be found on Main Lake Provincial Park on Quadra Island.
There are pit toilets at this park.
Some facilities at this park are wheelchair accessible. Pit toilets at the boat launch parking area and at the southern parking area are wheelchair accessible.
There are several picnic tables located just off the beach.
There is a boat launch at this park.
Swimming at the sandy spit is a popular activity during the summer. There are no lifeguards on duty.
Rebecca Spit Marine is a great spot to picnic, walk the beach amongst the collection of driftwood and swim.
Fantastic hiking opportunities exist at this park. Rebecca Spit is well-know for its incredible ocean views and is popular with locals and tourists. Hiking difficulty is low – terrain is relatively flat.
Canoeing opportunities exist at this park. Paddlers can set in at the boat launch and paddle around the bay.
Kayaking opportunities exist at this park. Paddlers can set in at the boat launch and paddle around the bay.