The BC Forest Discovery Centre, located in Duncan, chronicles the history of logging in British Columbia, Canada. Its Mission is to be British Columbia's Foremost interpreter and presenter of the forest community – past, present and future. It is a 100 acre site with 3 km of operational narrow gauge railway.
There are indoor and outdoor exhibits spread over a 100-acre (40 ha) site, including operating steam and gas rail equipment plus logging trucks. There are forest and nature trails, picnic area, playground, gift shop and a concession. At the Centre visitors can explore a reconstructed logging camp, forest fire lookout tower and the ranger's station.