This center in the heart of Pacific Rim National Park focuses primarily on the First Nations culture of the area. In the Nuu-chah-nulth language, kwisitis means “the other end of the beach, and this center is set in the middle of apparently endless beaches. It features a nice little restaurant, the Kwisitis Feast House, which serves a good, casual lunch, as well as a small but impressive museum that covers the history of the region. It’s also a good place to pick up brochures and information about the area. The center is surrounded by hiking trails, including a wheelchair-accessible boardwalk through a bog. Guided tours are available seasonally.