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Green Point Campground

Highway 4 | Pacific Rim National Park, Tofino, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't get me wrong, Green Point is an absolutely beautiful park and a great camping facility with clean, modern washrooms, hot showers and dish washing sinks. The campsites are mostly in the woods with some bordering the beach, spacious and mainly level gravel for setting...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We've stayed at this campground for a few summers now; the first one was a walk in site and the other 2 have been pull in. I highly recommend the pull in as tidying up and putting away items in your car that's right within...More

Thank Ee-JinL
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

We loved the beautiful green forrest and the tropical look of the beach. The wide beach offers beautiful views and When the tide is low you can climb up the rocks and see wildlife. The campground is good and offers enough privacy and a electrical...More

Thank schermnaam22
Reviewed 20 May 2017

A treasure for nature lovers, as Green Point Campground allows one to stay in a natural setting with access to multiple park trails only minutes away. I highly recommend stopping at the parks information centre to pickup trail and activity information, a 'must' to guide...More

Thank Joanne B
Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

This is a really nice campground. The campground is situated in a rainforest. Nice sites with power. Many have a view of the ocean. The washrooms are nice and the free showers makes for a nice stay. Short walk down to the ocean. Would defiantly...More

Thank IAN B
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  • Number of rooms
  • 94
  • Location
  • Canada >
  • British Columbia >
  • Vancouver Island >
  • Clayoquot Sound >
  • Tofino
  • Also Known As
  • Green Point Campground Tofino, Vancouver Island, Canada
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MommaKarrie
25 January 2017|
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Response from Kylie G | Reviewed this property |
It will not ket me out a link in so google ' reserve GreenPoint camp ground' it is a national park so is part of Parks Canada - it sells out very quickly good luck
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Marcia K
5 November 2016|
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Response from T9-Orca | Reviewed this property |
The campsites are in the woods, and the shelter from the wind is important when it blows. It's an easy walk to the beach, but this campground is in the trees.
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"The higher number campsites are away from the highway and seemed nicer than the lower numbers."
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"Avoid walk-in sites-- major hassle. If you do choose walk-in, sites 17-19 have the most privacy."
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"The closer you are to the beach, the better"
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"None of the camp sites have beach view, but some are closer and you can hear the beach. All camp sites are..."
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