Miracle Beach is an attractively located park in Comox Valley, covering 137 hectares total. 109 of these are upland areas, while the remainder is set along the shore. This park has a stronger focus on its beach than many other provincial parks thanks to its large tide pools and castle-worthy sands.
Outside of the beach area, this park offers quick access to many other activities in the region, including horseback riding, fishing, golf, and other summer activities. It’s immediately adjacent to Saratoga Beach, which offers further camping opportunities if Miracle Beach itself is full.
This is a surprisingly old park, dating back to late 1950. Modern amenities include cold water taps, two day-use areas, flush toilets spread across the campground, and some winter camping opportunities. Fires are allowed in this park, especially on the beach, but operators recommend that visitors bring and use stoves instead.
Camping options at Miracle Beach Provincial Park include 200 accessible sites. This is a popular location, and it’s more popular every year, so reservations are particularly helpful during summer. A nature center offers some relief from the summer heat, while an outdoor amphitheater provides some information about the park through a projection screen.