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Discover the natural beauty that surrounds our quiet and quaint campground in the Central Coast of British Columbia. 
We are surrounded by breathtaking mountains, glacier-fed streams & rivers, extensive wildlife, and the nearby Pacific Ocean.

About Our Campground

We are a small campground in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, offering a variety of different campsites, cabins, and more!

Est 2021.

Relax in one of our new log cabins, built in the Spring of 2022. They are cozy, comfortable and tasteful - an excellent place to call your “home base” while you explore what the Bella Coola Valley has to offer. These cabins are able to be booked on this website, Airbnb, or you may contact us by call/text at 1-250-644-3524 or to inquire today.

Our campground also has 11 full-service campsites that include power, water and sani hook-ups for $40/night, 4 partial-service campsites that include power and water for $35/night, 3 campsites that include power for $35/night, and 14 un-serviced campsites without hookups for $30/night

We are a great basecamp for adventurers, explorers and travellers of all kinds. On-site we have a Shower House with flushing toilets, coin-operated showers and coin-operated laundry machines, as well as a sani-station that both registered and un-registered guests may use (fees apply). Our Nature Conservancy Trail ties into walking trails, hiking paths and mountain-bike runs, showcasing the natural beauty of the forest and wildlife around us. The Bella Coola River is also a short drive away! Enjoy fishing the famous river for wild salmon and trout, watching eagles nest above in the trees, or observing grizzly bears in their natural habitat.

We are located in cellular service and are a short walk or drive to many amenities such as the grocery store, gas station, liquor store, organic store, cafe, legion, swimming pool and more. The airport is approximately 2km West, and the wharf is approximately 18km West.

Please note… campsite reservations must be done by phone or email.

*We operate on a first-come first-serve basis*

What this means is that although we do take reservations for campsites, we do not allow selection of specific site numbers upon booking. If you have a site in mind that you would like, please let us know and we are happy to put a note on your reservation that you would like that site if it is available upon your arrival.

The Campground Map

Sites #1-9 are fully serviced sites that can accommodate RV's up to ~30 feet. They are equipped with power (20 AMP only), water and sewer hookups.

Sites #11-12 are partially serviced sites that are equipped with power (20AMP or 30AMP) and water hookups.

Site #13 is reserved.

Site #14 is a partially serviced site that is equipped with power (20AMP) and water hookups.This site accommodates RVs 30+ feet. *BIG RIG RVS/TRAILERS ONLY*

Sites #15 is a fully serviced site that can accommodate RV's 30+ feet. It is equipped with power (30 AMP), water and sewer hookups. *BIG RIG RVS/TRAILERS ONLY*

Site #16 is a fully serviced site that can accomodate RV's 30+ feet. It is equipped with power (30 AMP), water and sewer hookups. *BIG RIG RVS/TRAILERS ONLY* (This is a pull-through site that goes through an access road to the nearby church)

Site #17 is reserved.

Sites #10, 18-20, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30-32 are all unserviced sites.

Sites #26, 27 and 33 are partially serviced sites with power (20AMP) hookups only.


*BIG RIG = Trailers or RVs 30+ ft in length*

About the Area

The Bella Coola Valley is home to a vast landscape of towering mountains boasting outstanding glacier views, tall timber forests plentiful with old growth trees, glacier-fed rivers and streams, spawning salmon and trout, wild grizzly bears and black bears, majestic eagles, and plenty more. The Bella Coola Valley is an astonishing environment for explorers, adventurers, hikers, climbers, campers, mountain-bikers, photographers, fisherman, and so on!

Near the townsite of Bella Coola, explore the Government Wharf with mountain views in every direction, many fishing & pleasure use boats at the docks, the BC Ferries Terminal, and the historic cannery across the Pacific Ocean. West of the Government Wharf, down the forest service road, you will reach the B.C. Hydro Clayton Falls Recreational Area. Here you can enjoy a walk up to a viewing platform to see the powerful falls that fuel the B.C. Hydro Dam that supplies the Bella Coola Valley with power, or walk down to the ocean front to enjoy a scenic picnic. East of the Government Wharf is the tidal flats conservation area, where the Bella Coola River spills into the Pacific Ocean.
The famous Bella Coola River is frequented by both fisherman and grizzly bears. Full of salmon and trout, it makes for a great place to catch yourself a fresh meal!

The mountain views don’t go unnoticed anywhere you adventure in the Bella Coola Valley. Plenty of hiking trails and forest service roads allow for the unbelievable views to become more personal, as you step foot into the natural landscape of the British Columbia Coastal Mountains.

We recognize and acknowledge the Nuxalk Nation and understand the importance to preserve the natural beauty of the Nuxalk Nation’s unceded territory. We are all guests on their unceded territory.

Adventures to Seek

Enjoy hiking in the pristine alpine wilderness, climbing never-scaled mountains, fishing for trout and mighty salmon, wildlife viewing of grizzly bears, black bears, mountain goats, deer and eagles, as well as exploring 15,000 kilometres of empty coastline.

There are many hiking trails that span the entirety of the Bella Coola Valley, all ranging in difficulty from easy to intense. You can experience the true natural beauty of the Great Bear Rainforest on all of these trails, and explore the different micro-climates of the valley. A map of these can be found on the website

Fishing the famous Bella Coola River for wild salmon and trout is an experience that you don’t want to miss! Bring your fresh catch back to camp to create a meal from the land. Fishing licenses can be purchased nearby. 

Wild and majestic grizzly bears roam their homeland of the Great Bear Rainforest and are abundant during the summer months. Watch them from afar for an experience of a lifetime!

The adventure here never ends! Many local companies offer guided tours - be it off-roading, ocean fishing, visiting the ocean hot springs, wildlife viewing, hiking, or experiencing the local culture - there is an experience for everyone.

If you prefer to guide your own adventures, we can offer great insights to local attractions, remarkable view points, and must-do activities while you explore the extensive Great Bear Rainforest.


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