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Pitch a tent or park your RV at vista-fuelled locations.

Indigenous-owned campsites on Vancouver Island allow you to direct your experience and stay close to white sandy beaches, pristine forests of fir and cedar, and the Pacific Ocean. For a unique accommodation experience, stay in a traditional teepee in BC’s desert.

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Wya Point Resort

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS, Storm Watching

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS, Storm Watching

Wya Point Resort is situated amongst old-growth forest and private, pristine beaches of the Yuu-thlu-ilth-aht (Ucluelet) First Nation peoples. Located on the rugged and remote west coast of Vancouver Island, we offer luxurious lodge accommodations, waterfront yurts and beachfront camping. We have nine timber lodges that were built to LEED Platinum standards using locally harvested red cedar. Each lodge is uniquely designed by a local carver and artist, and named for an animal of the Yuu-thlu-ilth-aht culture. The lodges come equipped with a full kitchenette, fireplace, bathroom, bedroom (1 or 2), cedar deck and chairs, and floor to ceiling windows that overlook Ucluth beach. Our beachfront yurts are open year-round and have private access to Wya beach. All come with a gas stove for heat, cedar deck and chairs, linens and basic kitchen essentials. While our yurts and lodges have daily housekeeping, guests are advised to bring their own potable drinking water and food.

Vancouver Island

Ucluelet

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Cluxewe Resort

Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Welcome to Cluxewe, a natural wonder, in the land of the Kwakiutl people. “Cluxewe” has two different, but related, meanings: “place of the changing river mouth” and “place of refuge.” Listen to waves splash on the shoreline. Awaken to the haunting sound of loons or the rusty-gate screech of a bald eagle. Enjoy fabulous summer sunsets over Broughton Strait. In early summer you can enjoy both sunsets and sunrises from your deck. Each of the twelve cozy cottages, including the 3-unit "tri-plex," comes with cooking and dining utensils, stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, and full bathroom. Cottages also feature TV/VCR's with satellite television. These cottages are wonderful retreats for artists, writers, and nature lovers as well as fishermen! 152 campsites, many on the ocean and Cluxewe River estuary.

Vancouver Island

Port McNeill

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Thunderbird RV Park & Campground

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Vancouver Island

Campbell River

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Salish Seaside RV Haven

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Salish Seaside RV Haven is Western Canada's premier Motor Home park, located on a private peninsula right in the heart of Victoria's waterfront harbour. Proudly owned and operated by the Songhees First Nation and Esquimalt First Nation. The RV Haven is a total redesign and brand new rebuild of the former WestBay Village RV Park, completely new and modern. A majority of the sites are right on the water, commanding spectacular views in all directions. Big rig friendly, with 30 & 50 amp power, free WiFi, and a brand new amenities building featuring modern washrooms, showers, laundry room and a spectacular community room with a barbeque, decks and fireplace.

Vancouver Island

Victoria

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Witset (Moricetown) RV Park & Campground

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

The newly redeveloped 40-site Witset RV Park & Campground (formerly known as Moricetown) stands on a plateau surrounded by snow-capped mountains, overlooking the beautiful Widzin Kwah Canyon and conveniently located on the popular Yellowhead Highway 16 circle tour route to Alaska. We are now proudly the first accessible campground in British Columbia

Northern British Columbia

Moricetown

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Ksan Campground

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

Indigenous Culture, Campgrounds, Cabins & RVS

We here at the 'Ksan Campground welcome guests with open arms. Come here for tenting sites and full service sites. We are located near the Historical Pioneer Village of Hazelton and directly beside the Ksan Historic Museum and Village. Our small little town has various places for tourists to wander to and explore. Also, right down the street from us is the Tri-Town Theatre showing modern movies at VERY competitive prices. Come stay with us! If you have questions, feel free to call or email us and we will help you.

Northern British Columbia

Hazelton

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