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Naikoon Provincial Park - North Beach, BC

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Naikoon Provincial Park - North Beach Short Term Forecast

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North Beach is part of Naikoon Provincial Park and is easily accessible by car or foot by taking Highway 16 from Masset which then turns into Tow Hill Road. A popular clam-digging crabbing beachcombing ATVing and hiking area the beach is wide sandy and offers beautiful ocean views large amounts of driftwood storm watching (in the off-season). The beaches have hard-packed wet sand and some pebbles. In Haida tradition North Beach is the site of creation where a raven first brought people into this world by coaxing them out of a clam shell.
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Current Status
The status of this beach is GREY
Recent and/or reliable water quality information is unavailable.

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