Ucluelet/Tofino waterfront accommodations

So damn beautiful . . .

Experience a waterfront wilderness glamping escape in one of five luxurious tents on the water at Mussel Beach Wilderness Campground in Barkley Sound, near Ucluelet and Tofino, B.C. Your private oceanfront campsite has a fantastic view. Access to the tidal pools and sandy surf that have made the Tofino area famous right from your site!

Imagine a fire on the beach as waves crash in and whales sound just off shore!

All you need to bring is food, drink, slippers and a sense of adventure. Then just sit back, relax and appreciate all the wild beauty that Mussel Beach has to offer.

Our Mussel Beach Luxury Tents:

2016-04-09 13.36.08All tents are built on a wooden deck complete with a covered porch and two Adirondack chairs for sitting back and enjoying the view. The requisite hammock hangs nearby, and a rock fire pit is ready for you on the beach. Our Vancouver Island made tents are of heavy, weather-resistant cotton with two windows and a zippered front door, with screens to keep out the occasional mosquito. Each tent has a wood-burning stove to keep you warm, dry and cosy, or if you prefer there is a fire pit on site. It’s just a short walk to the cedar-sided outhouse and West Coast-style outdoor hot showers.

Accommodating 4 comfortably, with a hand made cedar Queen bed and luxurious linens, and a double futon couch. There is a table and four chairs to dine inside as well as lighting and games. Each of our tents comes with an outdoor kitchenette with a Weber barbecue, propane camp stove, dishes, cutlery, pots, pans, French press, espresso maker, kettle, basic spices, oils and vinegars to prepare a waterfront feast!

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How to get here

Follow the instructions on Google Maps or below:
Take Highway 4 to the west coast of Vancouver Island, passing through Port Alberni.
Follow signs to Ucluelet / Tofino / Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
From the Ucluelet / Tofino Highway junction with Highway 4, turn left.
After 1km, turn left along Port Albion Road.
Go over the single lane bridge and look out for a gravel road on the left with a Mussel Beach Campground sign after about 1km.
Follow the signs for 8km and you will get to Mussel Beach in about 20-30 minutes.

*Please note that the final 8km is a bumpy gravel road with some pot holes, go slow.

short version of a bumpy ride well spent

Where we are

Mussel Beach, just outside of Ucluelet (near Tofino), is a hidden gem that embodies all that the West Coast is known for. During the day, wind, waves and water will take your breath away. At night, there are no signs of civilization and the starry sky comes alive.