Discover the secrets of the wild Pacific Ocean.
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Get the most out of your visit – discover the natural and cultural heritage of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve through participating in our Interpretive Program in the Long Beach Unit!
There are a variety of learning activities for visitors of all ages:
Public Summer Programs
From late June to early September, park interpreters offer daily programs including guided rainforest walks, tidepool walks, fish and plant T-shirt printing, Kwisitis Visitor Centre on-site talks and evening theatre shows. Theatre shows are in an indoor heated theatre at Green Point Campground.
Thrill to surf stories, unravel the mysteries of the rainforest and marvel at the secret life of shorebirds and slugs. Discover the rich heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations or create wearable West Coast art! Watch for advertising posted at park facilities and on bulletin boards.
Park Educational /Tour Groups
From June to September, we offer a variety of fun and engaging educational programs for your school, club or tour group. From general park orientations to rainforest and seashore explorations, inquire about a program tailored to meet your needs. Contact us for information and fees.
Park interpreters are available to answer your natural and cultural history questions at the Kwisitis Visitor Centre.