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quiet layby that could accept 4 vehicles. 2km from downtown Campbell river but with hardly any passing traffic. so much better than the parking lots or walmart in town in my opinion. there are No signs about no overnight parking etc so all above board
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It was really quiet, just 2 or 3 cars passed by. At the moment there are black bears close. Poor connection.Report Check-In
As you cross the bridge continue onto a paved logging road that extends several kilometers. Lots of areas to pull over to boondock. No facilities. Occasional traffic.
Would recommend big rigs stop just after the bridge.
I saw two adults and one bear cub. The first photo was taken on the bridge. The second on the road where I stop for the night. This is the second night in a row I stayed here
We spent many nights up here.
Its not closed. Must have been a local to post that.
Many people park along the roadside to enjoy the trails along the canyon.
We were never bothered, but we didnt set up camp or leave a mess either.
cell signal is weak.
Like many comments say, there are some areas you can stay and quiet at night. good place.Report Check-In
Lots of road side pull offs just before, at and after the coordinates. A few fairly flat ones. Several truck campers, vans, cars, rvs here. Not much traffic. No servicesReport Check-In
Quiet spot, good for a night. Close to town.
Consider taking 5 to pick up rubbish. It may not be our garbage, but it is all of our responsibility to keep our planet clean.
Happy Travels!Report Check-In