Location is lovely, overlooking the ocean, and close to Tofino and not far from Ucluelet; lots of trails and beaches nearby. Roads and sites are gravel, rather narrow, and not very level. Water and sewer hookups were fine, but electrical had reversed polarity. Bathrooms are clean, but open to the outside (cold) and kinda dark. WiFi was fast, but it costs extra; fortunately, they gave it to us free due to problems with the electrical hookup. Showers cost extra so we didn't try them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Location, location, location. An outstanding setting. Even though our campsite was away from the gorgeous beach, we could walk there in a few minutes. You get the feeling that management is resting on its laurels (superb location). Our three campsites were unclean and unkempt. The campsites and the road leading to them were cramped making it difficult to back in. The washroom/showers were dark. Only one shower was available, the water wasn't hot enough, and it was relatively costly. I felt ripped off; but that said, I might stay here again because of the location. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground is located right at the Beach which is great. We got a site that was really narrow to back in (we do have a 23ft 5th wheel) and there was just power, but no water available. The showers cost extra and I consider the laundry facilities as expensive. Over all it is a very pricy campground, we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here because friends were getting married at the Tin Wis. The only reason why the rating is as high as it is, is because of the location. It is wonderful being steps from the beach! BUT the sites were small. We stuffed our fifth wheel into a site and had no room left over. We had to make our neighbors across the way to move their minivans so we could pull out. It really was nothing more than a parking lot and it was noisy. You know that it is bad when you can hear the guy snoring two spots over. That was how crowded in we were. We did not use the bathrooms and showers, but the friends we camped with told us that the past reviews were right. Not very clean. For the view, it is beautiful, but quite frankly, there are nicer campgrounds for the money. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been using this RV park for twenty years. Very little has been done to improve it over time. The setting is so spectacular it is hard not to give the park a high rating. Sites are located facing the ocean and it is a two minute walk down to the beach. Sites are surrounded with majestic Douglas fir and cedar trees. Recently someone drove off with their cable TV hooked into the unit, and most of the cable hookups were torn out. They are in the process of fixing this and updating the electrical terminals and they are badly in need of this. Even with the deficits, this is a wonderful RV location and a great place to park when visiting Tofino, which is a short walk or drive away. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is more of a "rustic campground". All sites are dirt and gravel with aging hookups. Plugs have no covers or circuit breakers, sewers are non threaded pvc pipe sticking up out of the ground that plug up frequently. Faucets drip water when not hooked up. Right on ocean with nice beach although was windy during our stay. Would not recommend for larger rigs though. Highway into Tofino is very rough and winding for many miles. Everything from food, gas, gifts, etc. is very expensive (about double that of prices in the US. Gas was $116.9 per litre. They also charge $1 for showers with signs stating conserve water but as mentioned before water hookups dripping everywhere. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a well-kept park beside the ocean, with all facilities clean, organized, and maintained. A short stroll takes you to the beach where you and your dog can run and play across a huge sand beach. In some places you can have your private off-leash park. The office/clubhouse/coffee bar is amazing with cable TV, free coffee in the morning, and free DVDs in the evening. The downsides to this park are the small sites and narrow roads. During your reservation they ask your RV length so be sure to say that you have a 20 foot truck in front of your trailer. This is important when you try to back into your site. The couple beside us used an hour to wiggle their trailer in to position. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A meticulously manicured park! Flower beds and well pruned shrubs everywhere. But it is tight. Don't take your big rig here. We saw 30' trailers squeezed in, but that's about what you can manage. The sites are rather small, mostly shaded by trees, but offer good privacy. Good hookups, sewer in the back of the site. Fairly level, we didn't need any boards. Wifi was ok. But you get thrown out every 30 minutes and have to log back in. Free firewood is included in the rate. But it is very moist, so not much fun to burn it. Best part is the direct access to a romantic cove and the adjacent MacKenzie Beach. Nights were very quiet. Overall I would rate this park a 10 if it was a little cheaper. But because of the 'buts' mentioned above, it is only a 9. We'll be back. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Without a doubt the local area is blessed with some magnificent geography, and, perhaps the previous 10 rated reviews confused the beautiful beaches, ocean views, and mountain views, with the rating of this park. This RV park is not set up for big rigs. That applies to the rest of the local campgrounds! When you read the following you will understand why they charge you full price when reserving a site. The RV park is in the heavily wooded area, with no views and no sunlight if it comes out. It rains here a lot, so, everything stays wet after the rain stops (drip, drip). Our site was surrounded by a wet bog (more wet). The RV sites have a minimal amount of gravel and things get real muddy (in and out of the RV) during rainy periods. Only 30A electric, and sewer connection about 30' away from RV outlet. When we called to book the reservation we explained that we were a big rig: 40' 5th wheel, 56' overall with the truck, and 14' wide with the slides out. The person at the desk checked with the general manager and he assured us that there was no problem handling a rig of our size. When we arrived they gave us a printout (after we had squeezed the RV into the site) that stated that a maximum length of 35' for motor homes and 30' for trailerable RV's. We managed to get our RV in the so called big rig site, with trees and bushes window to window, on three sides, and no room left over for the truck. I wanted my money back, but they tried to buy me off by giving us a cheap bottle of wine. We would have been much happier being told to stay away as our RV is too big for the park. We left the park before our paid up time expired. We do not recommend this park if you have a big rig. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wi-Fi good and soon to be better. Some paved roads with gravel sites. Narrow and tight turns for big rigs. Secluded privacy, good ocean access. Biggest complain was too small hooks in showers and no shelf or benches. We'd stay here again . We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was just the most beautiful park we ever found. Wonderful play area for the children (many child's) and great beach access. Sites are very shady and nice. All is CLEAN. Staff is very helpful. Pit fire with all woods you want (included in the price). There is no store onsite but within walking distance. The only problem is that you must reserve at least 3 nights in a row (not less). But this is it when you are a wonderful park. Be aware that you should reserve well in advance to get a place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If I could give this more than a 10, I would. Truly the most beautiful park I have ever been in. Gorgeous grounds, flowers, garden, stream with little water fall, wonderful play area for the children, beach access, and the nicest people with the most wonderful friendly attitude. The sites are surrounded by giant trees- very private feeling. BUT if you have a larger motorhome, be sure to make reservations as they have very few long sites. This should be the model for all RV parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful park. Great location with beautiful beach access, private well-spaced and level sites, clean facilities and friendly staff. The landscaping is lovely, like camping in a garden. Didn't notice pull-throughs and there are some tight turns in the loop, so you may need to ask about this if you have a Big-Rig. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This may be one of the most excellent RV campgrounds we have stayed at. Very private sites, fabulous landscaping, quiet, scenic, very clean facilities, and accommodating staff. Staff was accommodating when we wanted another site (one assigned to use was too enclosed for us. Wi-Fi was spotty, but you really don't drive all the way to Tofino to web surf! Reservations are strongly recommended during the summer months - many people appeared to be turned away during our 3 day stay. We would most definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very private, level sites. Fire pit with free firewood. Steps away from beautiful Mackenzie beach. Free coffee in the morning. Very nice facilities with code lock. Nice playground for the kids. 5 minute drive to Tofino or Long Beach. In summer months require a 3 night stay. Worth making the tough drive from the ferry! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Incredibly beautiful and well-maintained park: somebody was sweeping the road when we arrived! Great playground for the kids, steps to the ocean with two options: a rocky cove and a wide sandy beach. Friendly and professional staff. Free WiFi and free firewood. Beautiful setting. Without a doubt the nicest campground we have ever stayed at. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The rate is for a full hookup site including taxes. The sites without hookups would be $35. We stayed for three nights and liked it here. We checked out the other RV Parks in the area and find this place a very good deal. Most of the sites are dry camping in the woods, but there are 6 full hookup sites available behind the office. Sites are level and easy to get in, but not very spacious. You have to back in to the very end to not block your neighbor. Therefore the fire pit ended up under the trailer. Sites are level, hookups where you want them and in good shape. We caught the Wi-Fi from the Golf restaurant but you should not count on that. Cell phone reception worked well. Very quiet at night. During the day some occasional noise from the adjacent airport, just a few flights per day though. The location is great. Just 1.5km to Schooner Cove and 3km to Long Beach (Incinerator Rock). About 14 km to Tofino. Friendly staff. The cancellation policy is ridiculous, no refunds whatsoever! This only works because it's Tofino. We will come back and then stay in the dry camping area where you can find shaded and open sites, quite a few big rig friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.