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Mussel Beach Campground

  • Beachfront
Apr 2 Apr 3
1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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Clayoqot District | Section 54, Ucluelet, British Columbia V0R 3A0, Canada
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    All reviews gravel road wilderness camping private sites pit toilets stayed for nights low tide ocean view lori campers whales anemones beachfront rvs office oceanfront gear
    Reviewed 7 September 2016

    If you're looking for a place to get away from everything, this would be it. The owners were very friendly and helpful and even took the time to let campers know that a whale was passing by. Unfortunate for us, we were only staying one...More

    Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

    When we arrived at the campground our host Lori was welcoming. It took 25 minutes on the dirt road to reach the site. We stayed in one of the tiny cabins, which was basic but very clean. There was a wooden table and bench downstairs...More

    Reviewed 26 August 2016

    We stayed three nights. Friends had an oceanfront campsite and we stayed in one of the tiny cabins across from the beachfront. First the cabins: If you don't have a tent or trailer this is a great option for you. For $50 a night you...More

    Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

    We were lucky to get a ocean view campsite at the last minute due to a cancellation, and were so charmed we stayed an extra night in a different spot! The second spot was in a forest site, which was large and well kept, and...More

    Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

    8 Km's of mellow logging road to paradise. Not for mall crawlers but if you want a real beautiful bc experience this is it. Book in advance cause the secret is slowly getting out. Rvs are fine tents whatever you have. Less fog than the...More

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    View from Room (7)
    Room/Suite (5)
    Pool/Beach Area (5)
    Dining (2)
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    Questions & AnswersAsk a question
    Jennifer R
    Just sayin.....I brought my month old civic out there with zero issue
    24 August 2016|
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    Debbie L
    I'm wondering about kayaking into the Broken Islands from Mussel Beach. I've launched from Sechart Whaling station and Toquart Bay in the past. Would the channels be too challenging? Approximately how long to paddle one way? Is Mussle Beach a popular staging area for the Broken Islands?
    26 February 2015|
    Response from Mussel B |
    Hello,We have had a lot of people use Mussel Beach as a starting point for the broken islands or just for day trips. If you head right across it takes a good hour and a half of paddling and it is open ocean so weather can... More
    Room Tips
    "Any beach front!"
    kevintkluk, 8 months agoRead review
    "Check out their website where they have a site map"
    Richard Y, over a year agoRead review
    "beautiful camping on the ocean"
    willhoag, over a year agoRead review
    "Get a waterfront site and make sure you book early !"
    peter c, over a year agoRead review
    "There are open and private beach sites. We actually love the open sites as they have easier access for the..."
    amanda m, over a year agoRead review
    "Spots in the open were right on the sandy beach, but hot! Spots in the trees were not on the sandy beach but..."
    April D, over a year agoRead review
    "Spots right on the beach were good for kids, but HOT! Ones in tree's were nice, but no sandy beach."
    john r, over a year agoRead review
    "The secluded beachfront sites are wonderful!"
    Marc F, over a year agoRead review
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