Olympic Cabins – Porteau Cove Provincial Park, BC
Relax on your private oceanfront deck to enjoy the sunset with views of Howe Sound and snow-capped mountains beyond. These beautiful log homes, built for BC Parks for the 2010 Winter Olympics by Pioneer Log Homes of BC, are works of art complete with hand-carvings. Situated in Porteau Cove Provincial Park, these cabins are perfect for a honeymoon, romantic getaway or a weekend of outdoor adventures with the family. Fill your days exploring several kilometers of beaches, kayaking, golfing at nearby Furry Creek, or curling up with a good book. Kayak and stand-up paddleboard enthusiasts can launch just steps from the cabins. The cabins make a great base-camp for exploring the Sea to Sky Corridor. The area offers an abundance of activities and attractions including extensive hiking and mountain biking trails, world-renowned eagle viewing, tours of the historic Britannia Mine, a heritage railway park, and the third highest waterfall in the province.
Each one bedroom loft cabin has a fully equipped kitchenette, a three-piece bathroom, deck with seating and BBQ, cozy common area and satellite TV. Each cabin sleeps up to four people (queen bed and double/single bunk bed). Linen service and parking are complimentary.