Address MacMillan Provincial Park 452 Alberni Hwy, British Columbia V0R, Canada

This 301-hectare park, created in 1947, is located west of Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, not far from Port Alberni on Vancouver Island.

Part of the Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve, MacMillan Provincial Park includes an area almost exclusively populated by Douglas firs. Known as Cathedral Grove, this perimeter is home to trees over 800 years old, whose circumference sometimes exceeds 9 meters. Visitors can also admire the Californian redcedar, the Vancouver fir and several specimens of Sitka spruce. Maples are also plentiful. It is one of the most popular natural parks in this region of Canada.

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