Gray Bay Campground is about 25 km (45 /60-minute drive) from Sandspit of a gravel logging road. There are 18 sites at this campground, with picnic tables, fire pits, and outhouses. There are no services and no potable water at this campground, so you must pack in all supplies and take out all your garbage. There is no internet or cell service in this area.
There is also a regionally significant hiking trail along the coast, easily accessed by road at Gray Bay that connects a variety of beaches. Trails also lead to Sheldens Lagoon (Dogfish Beach – has remnants of a dam and a settler’s cabin from 1907) and Secret Cove (an easy 1 km hike to a remote beach).
This remote campground is not regularly serviced during the winter season (December – May). Storms and high winds can occur at any time and may create dangerous conditions. Please be aware of the weather conditions when you are planning to access remote areas and be prepared for any potential emergency situation. Always provide a trip plan to someone so your whereabouts are known.