Goldstream Park is only a 30 minute drive from the suites. The park is home to fantastic hiking trails, unbeatable views, and a super high (be careful!!) old/unused Tressel that makes for a great photo op!
Huge trees stand on the Goldstream River floodplain. Among them are Douglas-fir and western red cedar up to 600 years old. They tower over substantial specimens of western hemlock, black cottonwood, bigleaf maple and red alder, which in turn shade western yew. Steep ridges—home to arbutus, western flowering dogwood and lodgepole pine—overlook the floodplain. Many wildflowers are seen during spring and summer.
Goldstream Park is home to waterfalls, including Niagara Falls, which at 47.5 metres is almost as high as its famous namesake, and Goldstream Falls, a small waterfall located in the southwest corner of the park near the campground.
Goldstream Park has several hiking trails, one of which offers access to Mount Finlayson.
Visit https://bcparks.ca/explore/parkpgs/goldstream/ for more info about Goldstream Provincial Park.