Parks and Camping

The Village of Port Clements has three parks within its boundaries: the Community Park, Millennium Memorial Park and our Sunset Park & Campground. 

Sunset Park & Campground

Sunset Park features the Sunset Park Trail that spans the entire park from the Community park to the Bird Tower that overlooks the Yakoun River Estuary. Offering gorgeous views of Masset Inlet and the Yakoun River Estuary, the park offers beautiful sunsets and sunrises.

There is camping available at the far end of the Park, which is owned and operated by the Village of Port Clements.

The Sunset Park Campground is open year-round, with peak season mid-May to mid-October. The campground is available for use by paying campers, check-in is with the Village Office.

 The peaceful campground offers 4 private tent platforms, 6 large RV sites, and a large picnic gazebo.  Sunset Park has electrical hookups, potable water, and outhouses. THERE IS NO INTERNET OR WIFI AT THE CAMPGROUND, NO SHOWER FACILITIES AND NO LAUNDRY SERVICES.

Please contact the Village Office 250-557-4295 or for current information on our campground rates.

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Our reservation system is currently down, so reservations cannot be made at this time. It is first come, first served and campers must check-in and make payment at the Village Office. The Village Office does not have a card reader, so we accept cash or cheque, but we can also handle e-transfer and we have an online payment portal for credit card. If you are camping over the weekend when our office is closed, you can put payment in our drop box which is a small, metal gray box right outside our office window on the outside of our building.

Community Park

Our Community Park located at the end of Park Street hosts a variety of recreational activities. Annually, the Community Park hosts the Canada Days Celebrations, that ends with our famous Mudbog races.
At the park itself there is a large soccer field, a track field running loop, baseball diamond and stands, children’s playground, various concession areas (open only during community events), a covered area near the soccer field, public washrooms, and a large paved area that was formerly a tennis court. The large parking lots offer easy access to the park.

The Sunset Park Trail also leads to the entrance of our Community Park at the end of Park Street

Millennium Memorial Park “Millennial Park”

The Millennium Memorial Park, also referred to as the Millennial Park, is home to the historic St. Mark’s Anglican Church; a surviving seedling of the famous Golden Spruce Tree; a war memorial; and a wall of names of community members present in the Village at the turn of the Millennium. It also offers the short Millennial Trail that is a beautiful walk through the park from Bayview Drive to Park Street.