Between the high tides and the low tides is a world that’s a strange combination of both. Everything that lives there must adapt to the constant coming and going of the ocean. It makes for such a dynamic world that it’s a very difficult place to live. Fortunately for us, it’s a terrific place to visit. Walk the beach with one of our interpreters and find out what creatures do live there, and how they live there.
This is a 90 minute guided tour exploring the beach for signs of wildlife!
The event is free and open to all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Please do not bring pets and recording devices are not permitted.
This summer, come explore with us! Let our park interpreters inspire and fascinate you as you experience all that Pacific Rim National Park Reserve has to offer.
Discover and explore the tide-pools and rainforest. Feel a fuzzy sea otter pelt. Listen to stories that are older than our ancient trees. See the land and water from a different perspective as you are immersed in the cultural and natural treasures of Pacific Rim. Here is a link to the complete summer schedule.
Updated Highway 4 Road Closure Schedule at Kennedy Hill
Fire Ban in Effect