Off road 300km trip into Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park. Originally I thought I was going to the province run campground but instead I followed the driving instructions from a random site found while searching Friends of Carmanah Walbran.
I inadvertently learned some things about the British Columbia timber industry and how exporting raw logs is bad economics. I think this spot was occupied with protesters at one point by the classic chain-yourself-to-a-tree hippies.
It was not a bad experience at all, just slightly unexpected. I ended up staying at a camp with well water, an army tent, a cooking tent, and many other supplies.
If you watch old news stories about the protests, you will see people flying this flag that lives on the side of the cooking shelter now:
OK these are from another trip around this time to Lake Cowichan, still lovely however.