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Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Kwisitis Visitor Centre

Kwisitis, or the "other end of the beach" in the Nuu-chah-nulth language, is a fitting name for this iconic west coast building perched at the south end of Wickaninnish Beach in beautiful Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.

The outside deck is the perfect year-round spot to view whales, storms and surfers alike. Inside the centre, new exhibits about the land, sea, sky and people of the area await you:

  • See the giant murals of marine mammals and the rainforest.
  • Take a photo in front of the large whale tail.
  • Listen to stories of the First Nations of this coast.
  • Ride a giant slug.
  • Explore a replica of a First Nations longhouse and whale hunt.
  • Examine tracks of bears, wolves, cougars and other critters that use our beaches.
  • Learn about the fascinating history of the west coast.
  • Find out how salmon nurture the rainforest.
  • Visit the First Nations Gift Shop.
  • Leave us a note. Let us know what you think!

Kwisitis Feast House

Kwisitis Feast House 

Perched at the east end of Wickanninish Beach, the Kwisitis Feast House restaurant boasts a stunning view.

The Kwisitis Feast House is open daily for breakfast and lunch. It is located in the Kwisitis Visitor Centre on Wickaninnish Beach, in the Long Beach Unit of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.

For more information please call 250-726-2628.

*Hours are subject to change at any time.

Traditional long house Explore a replica of a First Nations longhouse.
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