Beaches, Pacific Northwest
Miracle Beach is located halfway between Campbell River and the Comox Valley. There are numerous trails that head down to the beach, there is a great campground with private sites as well as group camping facilities, there is a playground for the kids, hot showers.
At the beach, you will find covered picnic areas that are right at the edge of the forest. You can walk out on one of the great stretches of sand that the east coast of Vancouver offers. There are many activities to keep you busy here at the beach, there is sandcastle building, swimming, exploring tide pools, sunbathing and just relaxing.
Miracle Beach Campground can get very busy during the summer, reservations are recommended. There are 201 campsites located here but only 9 are first come, first served. I would advise you to reserve a spot to avoid disappointment.
The park service has a nature house on sight that can teach you about the animals, plants, and birds that frequent the area and they run a concession shop for your convenience.
There are many great trails that run through the campground, along the beach and along the shore of black creek, the black creek trail is quite enjoyable and it’s awesome in the fall, during the spawn.
The trails that run along between the parking lots and the beach are a great place for birding, l see lots of the more rare birds right here. If you hit the beach right in the spring and can catch a herring spawn during the black brant migration and you have a show you will never forget. We were here for this last spring and it was incredible. Its something I will never forget.