Pacific Rim National Park Reserve has various camping options depending on the area you are visiting.

Long Beach Unit:

The national park reserve’s frontcountry option, Green Point Campground, has drive-in and walk-in sites as well as new accommodation options.

Broken Group Islands:

Backcountry camping on seven islands, accessible only by boat.

West Coast Trail:

A multi-day backcountry hike for experienced hikers with designated campsites along the route.


Prevent the spread of pests. Buy firewood where you will burn it.

Although we might not see them, invasive insects that threaten our forests can easily hide in firewood. When firewood moves, so do these pests, potentially threatening our beautiful forests.

Learn more about rules for moving firewood and how you can prevent the spread of invasive species.


Long Beach Unit: Green Point Campground

12 km north of the Ucluelet-Tofino junction on Hwy.4, midway between Ucluelet and Tofino.

Open: May 1 - October 14, 2019
Reservations available: January 7, 2019 at 8 am (PST)

Green Point Campground is the only campground in the spectacular Long Beach area of the national park reserve. Since Green Point Campground was established in 1962, people from all over the world have come to experience the beauty and tranquility it has to offer.

Drive-in sites

  • 94 sites
    • 6 people/site*
    • 2 tents maximum or;
      1 RV/camper and 1 tent
    • 2 vehicles per site (space permitting)
    • Maximum stay is 7 consecutive nights

*exception: 2 adults with their dependent children to a maximum of 7 people

  • Services
    • Electrical service
    • Flush toilets
    • Showers
    • Fire-pits
    • Picnic tables
    • Sani-dump
    • Firewood available for a fee

Walk-in sites

  • 20 sites
    • 6 people/site*
    • Maximum 1 tent per site
    • No pets
    • Maximum stay is 7 consecutive nights

*exception: 2 adults with their dependent children to a maximum of 7 people

  • Services
    • Un-serviced
    • Flush toilets
    • Cold water taps
    • Fire-pits
    • Picnic tables
    • Food storage
    • Firewood available for a fee

Parks Canada oTENTik

  • 1 site
    • Sleeping area 6 people max.
    • No pets
    • Maximum stay is 7 consecutive nights
  • Services
    • Soft sided tent on platform
    • Table and chairs
    • Flush toilets
    • Cold water taps
    • Fire-pit
    • Picnic table
    • Food storage
    • Firewood available for a fee

Group walk-in site

  • 1 site
    • 8 to 24 people
    • No pets, alcohol, or stereos
    • Maximum stay is 7 consecutive nights
  • Services
    • Un-serviced 
    • Flush toilets
    • Fire-pit
    • Picnic table
    • Firewood available for a fee

Points of interest

Green Point Campground Theatre:

An indoor theatre that offers scheduled evening presentations from late June to early September. Ask park staff for schedule.

Easy beach access:

Green Point Campground is located on a bluff above the beach. Take a relaxing, breezy walk on the sands of Long Beach.


Facilities and services at Green Point Campground

Potable water:

Available in campground

Garbage facilities:

Available in campground

Showers or hook-ups:

All drive-in sites have hook ups and showers are available in the campground.

Restrooms:

Flush toilets

Cooking facilities:

No cooking facilities. Fire pits provided in all sites.

Bus / motor home / trailer access:

Buses are not permitted in the Green Point Campground.

Most drive-in sites accommodate trailers/RVs but sizes and turning radii differ. Please refer to the Parks Canada Reservations Services for specific sizes of each individual site.

No access to Radar Hill, Schooner Trail, Willowbrae Trail, Florencia Bay, Bog Trail or Incinerator.


Note: Please be aware that, other than the oTENTik, no roofed accommodation is found in the national park reserve. Motels, lodges, resorts, bed and breakfasts and commercial campgrounds are found adjacent to the park in the villages of Tofino and Ucluelet. For more information, contact the Ucluelet and Tofino Chambers of Commerce.


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