Attractions in Ucluelet and Tofino
350 Campbell Street
300 Main Street
Huu-Mees-Ma-As Native Art Gallery (Cedar House)
1645 Cedar Road
1645 Suite E, Cedar Street (Whiskey Landing)
Reflecting Spirit Gallery
8-1620 Peninsula Road
4th & Campbell Street
Explore the beauty of the Pacific Rim and the West Coast. Discover numerous parks, beaches and - if you're lucky - the local wildlife!
Pacific Rim Highway
A beautiful, natural park spanning the southwestern coast of Vancouver Island. Featuring magnificent islands, beaches and dramatic seascapes, this coastal landscape is divided into three geographically distinct areas: Long Beach, Broken Group Islands and the West Coast Trail.
Port Albion Road
Open daily from March to mid-June. Chinook, coho and chum salmon. The most exciting time to visit the Creek is mid-October to mid-November, when adult spring and coho salmon return to the hatchery waters after three to four years at sea.
Cedar Street, between the government dock and Jamie's Whaling Station hosts a collection of marine invertebrates and fishes from the west coast of Vancouver Island.
A spectacular trail that curves round the rugged and rocky shoreline of the Ucluelet Peninsula with incredible views of the expansive Barclay Sound.