Long Beach Lodge Resort

Family-friendly, cozy, rustic

1421 Pacific Rim Hwy, Tofino, BC V0R 1Z0, Canada


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At a Glance

Tofino’s Long Beach Lodge offers a camp-like experience that appeals to the entire family.

Indagare Loves

  • The surfing, which is some of the best in the region
  • The family-friendly environment


While the Wickaninnish Inn and Sooke Harbour House are geared more toward adults, Vancouver Island’s Long Beach Lodge is the perfect family destination. The resort, with its cedar-shingled exterior and stone chimney, is set on Cox Bay, a wide sweep of white sand opening onto some of the area’s most consistent surfing waves. And unsurprisingly, the resort is all about getting out and exploring the nearby wilderness during a rotation of activities including paddle boarding, hiking, sea kayaking, fishing and nature tours.

The 41-room property’s premiere accommodations are the ground-floor rooms, which allow guests to step right onto the sand. The main building boasts an enormous great room with a stone fireplace, Persian rugs, oversized chairs and sofas covered in nubby chenilles, books and board games, and 270-degree views of the Pacific.

Who Should Stay

Families who don’t mind a simple log cabin aesthetic and are looking to spend the majority of their vacation exploring Vancouver Island’s great outdoors.

Written by Kim Seely

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