Bella Pacifica Campground | Established Campground



Last Visited: 9 months ago
GPS: 49.13305, -125.90253
Altitude: 44.0 masl
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Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Slow
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Nice campground right on the Mackenzie Beach. Prices (before tax) between 36 and 39 cad in offseason and up to 58 cad during peak season (May - late September).
Direct access to the beach, showers (2 cad) and free wifi. On-site laundry available too.


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Terrains collés les uns sur les autres
Très belle plage!

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Great location right by the beach! I cannot believe it is still very busy at the end of Sep! Luckily we got a spot right by the ocean, huge campground , site is a bit small for our 22feet Class C motorhome, but there is still some privacy, $75/ night! $9 for a bundle of campfire.
Sleep with the sounds of ocean waves!! Love it !!

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Pricy during the busy season, but reasonable during off season. Sites are packed together but privacy is decent with tall hedges and brush. Clean bathrooms, laundry on site, showers a toonie for 3 minutes. Some really incredible beach overlook campsites! Walk-on to Mackenzie beach. Friendly staff and good vibe all around.

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stay one night at Bella Pacifica parking lot. $5 for guest parking. very quiet and feel safe.

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Next to the beach and close to Tofino. Busy but well organized. Clean washroom and facilities. We stayed one night and paid 73 CAD per night for a nice ocean view spot - pricy but worth for a nice lot!

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Went to check in, but found out it closed sometime in October - and will only open up end of February.

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Nice spot, very close to downtown, we spend three nights here, and pay CAD$40 per night. The camping area and bathrooms was very clean. $2 for the shower.

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We stayed here for two nights. On balance, it wasn't too bad. The campground is right on the beach. We paid $45 CAD per night, which is quite pricey, but we wanted to juice up our yeti battery and had to get some work done. Note: Their "free wifi" is a joke. Unless you are standing next to the bathroom, forget it. Also, this campground seems to have risen out of a swamp. There are lots of swampy areas and stinky skunk cabbage growing everywhere. I would imagine the mosquitos are fierce in the summer. Bathrooms are very clean and there is a dish wash sink with hot water. Very little to no privacy in between spots. After a good rain, many spots were partially flooded.
We didn't hear any noise at night; very quiet. If you want to be right on the beach and walking distance to Tacofino, then this place will work well. There are some oceanfront spots that are right on the beach with full hookups, but literally no privacy at all.

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The road to access the campground was in very bad condition with some sections with several deep holes one next to each other.

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Huge campsite. Nice places, but very expensive. We paid $38 for a spot in the forest loop (off-season), but it was even more expensive for the ocean view spots. Additionally, you pay $2 for 3 min. medium hot showers. Touristy place so they can charge this apparently but we’ve had far cheaper and way better spots.

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Only little value for a high price. Small spots, very close together. Tofino is a nice little village, but imho not a must-see. It serves as a base for whale watching tours though, even though the tours on the east side of the island (such as out of Campbell River) are probably more pleasant as the waters are less rough there.

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Nice campground with direct access to beach. Great place to see the stars as not a lot of light pollution. Easy access fir bike path to town. A little pricey but worth it. We stayed three weeks.

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Nice campground right on the mackenzie beach. prices between 33 and 38 cad in offseason and up to 56 cad during peak season (June- September).
direct access to the beach, showers (2 cad) and free wifi.

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