Naikoon Provincial Park
The park is predominantly flat. The highest point is Toe Hill, at just over 150m above sea level.
Flora and fauna
Wildlife introduced to the region include small mammals such as raccoons, red squirrels, beaver, and muskrat. Wild cattle have also been spotted. Native species include black bears, otter, and martin.
The rainforest is comprised of towering spruce and cedar trees, and many types of ferns and other greenery along the forest floor.
There are many points of access along Highway 16 which forms a border with the park for several kilometers. Secondary access to the Rose Spit (Nai-kun) area of the park is provided by Tow Hill Road, which heads east from Masset.