Port Clements Attractions
Golden Spruce Trail
Bayview St for 6 kilometres S from Port Clements
The Golden Spruce Trail is a short hiking trail that leads to the site of the famous golden spruce tree. The tree was a rare genetic mutation of the Sitka spruce tree that that had golden needles that was sacred, but was cut down in an act of eco-terrorism in 1997, which gained worldside infamy. The trail is a beautiful walk through the forest, through the site of a former logging camp to the spot where the famous Golden Spruce tree once stood. and it offers views of the ocean and surrounding islands.
Port Clements Museum
16 Maple St, Port Clements, BC V0T 1R0
The Port Clements Museum showcases the history of the logging industry in the region, as well as displays on local wildlife and Haida culture. The museum is housed in the former St. Mark’s Anglican Church, which was built in 1912 and is a designated heritage building
Port Clements Community Park
Park St, Port Clements, BC V0T 1R0
The Port Clements Community Park is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike. The park has a playground, a picnic area, and a gazebo that is often used for community events
Kagan Bay Beach
Kagan Bay Beach, Port Clements, BC V0T 1R0
Head west from the Village of Queen Charlotte on the Honna Forest Service Road for 2 km to reach the day use site. The camping area is approx. 1 km beyond the day-use area.
Kagan Bay Beach is a secluded beach that is popular with beachcombers and birdwatchers. Visitors can often spot eagles, herons, and other coastal birds on the beach and in the surrounding area The park area overlooks a large bay with pebbled and sandy beaches looking out , Lina and Meyer Islands. He day use park has a wilderness campground with 6 camping sites (First come , first serve) with picnic tables,
18 Bayview Ave, Port Clements, BC V0T 1R0
Fireweed Studio is a small gift shop that sells locally made arts and crafts, including jewelry, pottery, and textiles. The shop is located in the heart of Port Clements and is a great place to pick up a unique souvenir of your trip to Haida Gwaii
Naikoon Provincial Park
Tlell, BC (about 20 minutes south of Masset)
This park encompasses a large portion of the northern coast of Graham Island and features stunning beaches, sand dunes, and hiking trails. Naikoon Provincial Park is located on the northern tip of Haida Gwaii and is a must-visit destination for nature lovers. The park covers an area of 72,000 hectares and is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including black bears, bald eagles, and gray whales. The park’s attractions include sandy beaches, towering sand dunes, old-growth forests, and numerous hiking trails.
Naikoon Provincial Park
Naikoon Provincial Park, Haida Gwaii, BC (about 10 km southeast of Port Clements on Highway 16)
Naikoon Provincial Park is a wilderness area located on the northeast coast of Haida Gwaii. It includes a long stretch of pristine beach, as well as forests, wetlands, and dunes. Visitors can go hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing.