is a popular campground located at the oceanside near Tow Hill. The campground is in close proximity to North Beach - famous for its sandy expanse of beach and offers 39 sites, both drive-in RV and tenting. Full service and fees are applicable from June 1st – Sept 30th. Sites are available on a first come, first served basis; no reservations available. During the offseason no fees are charged and no services are offered.
Phone: (250) 626-3337
End of Tow Hill Road,
Tow Hill, BC
secretariat of the Haida Nation
Located on a peninsula in west of Daajing Giids, Haydn Turner campground boasts old growth spruce trees, black shale beaches and a panoramic view of Bearskin Bay. With two beach walk-in tent sites and eight drive-in forest sites the nightly fees are $15 and $20 respectively. Fees are collected daily or paid in advance. Eight drive-in sites $20 per night, Two walk-in sites $15 per night. Potable water spigot (April-October), Fee Collection Drop Box, Firewood delivery available upon request
End of Cemetary Road Queen Charlotte, BC
FOR RESERVATIONS/FIREWOOD CALL @ 250-559-4765
A relaxing oasis, Hidden Island RV & Campground is equipped with serviced sites, clean washrooms with showers, free Wi-Fi, coin-operated laundry, handmade gifts, nautical gifts, fishing tackle and marine supplies. Hidden Island RV & Campground is ideally located just minutes from downtown Masset and the Masset Airport. It is great spot for to begin exploring the Delkatla Wildlife Sanctuary, the beautiful beaches and the Naikoon Provincial Park is also just a short drive away.
Phone: (250) 626-5286
1790 Tow Hill Road, Masset, BC
located in Tlell, features vast stretches of beach and endless beachcombing opportunities. There are 30 vehicle and tenting sites. From June 1st – Sept 30th, the campground is full service and night fees are applicable. Sites are granted on a first come, first served basis - no reservations available. During the offseason, the campground has no services and no fees apply. The campground is located next to the Naikoon Provincial Park headquarters in Tlell, along Highway 16.
Phone: (250) 626-3337
Near the Naikoon Park Headquarters, Tlell, BC
Secretariat of the Haida Nation
Come and enjoy a peaceful stay nestled amongst the trees with the sound of the water lulling you to sleep. The Village of Port Clements' Sunset Park Campground peak season is mid-May to mid-October every year. The Park offers four private tent platforms, six large RV sites, and a large picnic gazebo.
Sunset Park has electrical hookups, potable water, and outhouses. Reservations can only be made online, and site availability can be viewed on the Tenting and RV calendars below. Campsites are available for drop-ins as well, but it is subject to daily change and drop-ins cannot occupy reserved spaces.