Campground Point Green | Established Campground

Canada

Details

Verified:
23 days ago
Altitude:
24.0 masl
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Description

This is a national park campground.

If there is no place free, they have a overflow parking for the night (Note: Not this year due to COVID - and regular sites are almost entirely booked out).
You pay around 32.5$ for the night with access to the washroom and electricity (at every site).
If everything is full it's your plan B... or C! (not this year due to COVID)
And around 11.00AM you can ask if they have places free if somebody cancel his reservation.
It was ok for us.
You have an access to the beach.
We do paddle, surf and body board in family (7, 10 and 14 years)
You have a special outside shower for the surfer (sand...!)
The washroom are nice and clean and the shower so hot...
This beach don't seems dangerous, and it's not as crowded as the day use section of Long Beach further up the road.

There is spotty cell coverage on TELUS, if you walk to just the right spot and hold your phone at just the right angle, while standing on your head.

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Good place to stay, there are lots of trails to explore and the couple of beaches are beautiful. Hot showers, flushable toilets. $47 for a night. If you don't have the Discovery Pass, then you pay a per day fee for using the park

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Barricaded in off season so you have to choose from a more expensive place

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Worth checking online for cancellations, you can book up to 2pm on day of. $30 for a walk-in site, $35 for a serviced site. Hot private showers, flush toilets, beach access, firewood for sale ($9 a bundle), sani dump and potable water. Limited cell service. For what you get it’s worth it. If you’re just looking for a shower, park at Combers beach, walk in to the campground off the beach.

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Since you can’t park a van anywhere in Tofino, we went there hoping to stay in the overflow parking. They gave us an « emergency camp site », but they want you to try to find a spot at other camgrounds beforehand, also they only let you stay one night. Same thing with the overflow parking, they won’t let you stay 2 nights in a row, she told us they don’t want a bunch of vans coming everyday. The lady told us to drive an hour back after the construction if we wanted to park somewhere (I can confirm that it’s very challenging coming to Tofino with a van, never had that much trouble finding a place to sleep even if you’re willing to pay).

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Beautiful campground. You are surrounded by rain forest. The hot showers and toilets are very clean but from some spots it’s quite a distance to walk to the bathrooms.

No cell service and no wifi.

You can book a spot online - recommended.

The beach is beautiful too and you can tide pooling there.

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We got lucky for a night and could fill in for a cancellation.
30$ a night in this area is cheap for the quality of the campground.

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Lovely camp ground with it's own private beach $32 a night allowed 2 cars and 2 tents. Hot showers, very clean.

NO first come first serve, have to book early in advance or get very lucky with a cancellation.

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Arrivée sans réservation ils nous ont accommodés avec avec un terrain d’overflow ce qui était très bien.

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Not much to add to the other check-ins; however note the following COVID changes:

* No warm showers (but plenty of warm water at the dishwashing station sinks which can be loaded into a shower bag)

* The overflow lot and walk-in camping along with their washroom building are closed.

* It's pretty much booked out this year. Apparently they had to use a queue based system similar to big event ticket sales when reservations opened up, which is apparently now the norm for this campground.

* Last evening of 2020 operations is October 12th, the Canadian Thanksgiving Monday. Seasonally closed from Oct 13th to next spring. It opened up in June this year due to COVID but apparently May 1st is typical.

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We were looking for a place to stay that would be convenient to explore Pacific Rim National Park. We’re self-contained in our 8 meter (25 foot) MH and don’t use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We arrived late on a Monday evening in late September and the CG was full. We returned the next day and got a site for 2 nights. This is a very nice NP CG. The sites are arrayed on one large loop. All the sites are relatively near the trails to the beach. Sites ~37-47 are closest to Hwy 4 with some road noise. Sites ~67-94 are closest to the beach, some with water views through the trees. The sites are generously sized, flat, gravel, clean and tucked into the trees for shade and privacy. There are relatively new, modern washrooms, 2 with push button showers with ample hot water and pressure. There's a dump station near the entrance and potable water at different locations in the CG. There’s a usable ATT/Rogers and Verizon/Telus cell signal, strongest near Hwy 4. There are 2 trails to the beach from the CG and several a short drive/bike ride away.

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Hello
If there is no place free, they have a overflow parking for the night.
You pay around 32.5$ for the night with access to the washroom and electricity.
If everything is full it's your plan B...or C!
And around 11.00AM you can ask if they have places free if somebody cancel his reservation.
It was ok for us.
You have an access to the beach.
We do paddle, surf and body board in family(7, 10 and 14 years)
You have a special outside shower for the surfer (sand..!)
The washroom are nice and clean and rhe shiwer so hot...
This beach don't seems dangerous
Enjoy this place

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