Camping in Port Renfrew? Try the Pacheedaht Campground and RV park!
The Pacheedaht First Nations Campground is located on the shores of the long and beautiful San Juan Beach.
Ancient Forest Alliance, July 21, 2011
The Pacheedaht First Nations Campground in Port Renfrew is located along the bay's long sandy beach at the mouth of both the Gordon and San Juan rivers.
Next time you're in Port Renfrew visiting Canada's largest trees, the Avatar Grove, or any of the other great recreation opportunities around town and you need a place to camp, we recommend the Pacheedaht First Nations Campground and RV. It's location, along the long sandy beach of Port Renfrew's bay, is incredible to say the least! Ocean front views, wildlife viewing, and fishing are just some of the things you can enjoy.
To get to the campground from Victoria take West Coast HWY #14 and turn RIGHT onto Deering rd immediately upon reaching Port Renfrew. Cross the single lane bridge over the San Juan River and once on the other side there is camp parking on both the left and right hand side of the road. An individual will come by each day to collect camping fees.
Rates are $10-$20 a night.
For inquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1.250.647.0090
Directions to the Avatar Grove: http://www.ancientforestalliance.org/directions-avatar-grove.php
Directions to the Red Creek Fir: http://www.ancientforestalliance.org/directions-red-creek-fir.php
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