Editor’s Note: This posting is taken from the blog 7X7.
British Columbia’s Pacific Rim National Park Reserve offers adventure and unique accommodations.
Located about 4-and-a-half hours northwest of Victoria, there are several good campsites, most with RV hookups, in Ucluelet and Tofino, including beachfront sites at the Wya Point Resort in Ucluelet, and the Bella Pacifica Resort-Campground in Tofino.
For evenings under the stars that you don’t have to spend sleeping on the ground, try the cozy glamper’s dream, Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, near Tofino.
Crystal Cove Beach Resort, near MacKenzie Beach outside Tofino, has nine fully-stocked RVs complete with small wooden patios and grills.
Summertime in the Pacific Rim is made for adventure—the weather is warm, the waves are perfect and the fog is on vacation most days.
Despite the temperatures outside; however, the water here is cold. Like, really cold — around 45 to 60 degrees in summer months. Be sure to pack (or rent) a wetsuit and gloves for any surfing excursions.
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