Latoski set out Tuesday for a lengthy walk through the Living Forest Campground and his family reported him missing six hours later.
Police didn't give details of where the man was found but say his family members have been notified.
A search is underway on Vancouver Island for a man with multiple sclerosis who hasn't returned from a hike south of Nanaimo.
RCMP say 51-year-old Cortney Latoski is an avid hiker and set out Tuesday for a lengthy walk through the Living Forest Campground.
Latoski is just under six feet tall with a slim build, and is believed to be wearing a black quilted jacket, acid-washed jeans and new, white runners.
Nanaimo Search and Rescue is looking for a missing 51-year-old man who was last seen around noon on Tuesday.
Cortney Latoski, who has MS, is an avid hiker and is known to hike for several hours, according to Nanaimo RCMP.
Mounties said he was last seen around the Southgate Mall. His family became worried when he failed to return home by 3 p.m.
Latoskis hikes are usually in the area of Maki Road, including the area of the Living Forest Campground and the surrounding forest.
Crews launched a search Tuesday evening that stretched until about 2:30 a.m., and was back in the area on Wednesday.