Port Hardy Camping

Port Hardy has many unique and beautiful spots for you to go camping! Camping is an always fun pastime to do by yourself, with your family or with some friends – so go out and go camping! Here are some campgrounds in the Port Hardy area:

Cluxewe Resort

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Cluxewe is a beautiful resort with campsites, RV sites, and cabins. For RV’s it has full hookups and partial hookups. Each of their twelve cabins come equipped with full kitchen facilities, bathrooms with shower, bedding, towels and satellite television. Cluxewe has it’s own restaurant called the Cluxewe Waterfront Bistro. It is located right on the water between the communities of Port Hardy and Port McNeill.


Quatse Campground

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This campground is located on the banks of the Quatse River, a five minute drive from downtown Port Hardy and a 10 minute drive to the BC Ferries terminal. The campground is part of a richly forested regional park containing trees hundreds of years old, with wild flora and fauna found in old growth forests. There’s a trail right beside it called the Quatse Trail Loop which is 2.5 km. If you’re wanting seclusion, a nice river to swim in and a trail near the campground, Quatse Campground is what you’re looking for!


Port Hardy RV Resort & Log Cabins

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This is a nice place if you have an RV or want to stay in a cabin. The cabins have a kitchen and their own on-suite bathroom. They can fit up to 4 people in one cabin. It’s right off the highway and close to two trail heads, Quatse Trail Loop and the Fort Rupert Commuter Trail. It’s open year round


Scotia Bay Resort

This campground and RV site has a beautiful view of the ocean. They also have 3 suites available! The RV sites can come with hook ups or partial hookups. All Campsites offer a nice ocean view.


Wildwoods Campsite

This beautiful spot has over 75 Campsites on the estuary of Hardy Bay. Family owned and operated for over 30 years, it is fully landscaped and has secluded sites just 2kms from the BC Ferries Bear Cove terminal. There is a small dock for up to 20 ft boats and the fishing is great. If you’re looking for seclusion and a hiking trail that leads to one of our favourite beaches, then Wildwoods is right for you!

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