Skyfall Cottage

Welcome to Skyfall Cottage-Oceanside Retreat. Whether you are travelling for business or to complete your bucket list, you’ll love the modern and spacious oceanfront Skyfall Cottage retreat. Your two master bedrooms are outfitted with luxurious pillow-top queen beds and private en-suites making them ideal for everyone from couples to colleagues to a family of four. … Read More

Haida Gwaii Glamping Co

The moment you arrive at the Haida Gwaii Glamping Co. you can feel the city bit by grimy bit fall away.  Your shoulders loosen up, your lungs expand, your ears begin to pick up…could that be a birdsong? Haida Gwaii Glamping Co. offers a boutique camping experience with a cool twist of luxury and nature … Read More

Gray Bay Campground

Gray Bay Campground is about 25 km (45 /60-minute drive) from Sandspit of a  gravel logging road. There are 18 sites at this campground, with picnic tables, fire pits, and outhouses. There are no services and no potable water at this campground, so you must pack in all supplies and take out all your garbage. … Read More

Rennell Sound Camping Area

The Rennell Sound area on the southern end of the Duu Guusd heritage site/conservancy is the only west coast area on Graham Island that is accessible by vehicle. The remote area can be accessed by travelling active logging roads, either 22km from Queen Charlotte or 48km from Port Clements, down the QC Mainline. Then begins … Read More

Misty Meadows Campground

Misty Meadows Campground is open year round, however full services and fees are in effect from June 1 – September 30. There is no internet service at this campground. Reservations are not available. Vehicle accessible campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. As in most BC Parks, the maximum stay permitted is 14 days … Read More

Sunset Park Campground

The Sunset Park Campground peak season is mid-May to mid-October every year, but the campground is available for reservations throughout the year.  The peaceful campground offers 4 private tent platforms, 6 large RV sites, and a large picnic gazebo.  Sunset Park has electrical hookups, potable water, and outhouses. There is no internet or wifi at … Read More

Hadyn Turner Campground

Located on a peninsula in west Queen Charlotte, Haydn Turner Campground is the only municipally-owned campsite in the Village. Upgraded in 2016 the site 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 … Read More

Agate Beach Campground

Agate Beach Campground is open year-round, however, full services and fees are in effect from June 1 – September 30. There is no internet service at this campground. Reservations are not available. Vehicle accessible campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. As in most BC Parks, the maximum stay permitted is 14 days per … Read More

Highwater House

Danny and Nika knew they had a stunning oceanfront property within Naikoon Park and took their time considering the needs of the location. “It is such a beautiful site,” said Danny, “that a standard house would have been an injustice.” Danny and Nika were lucky to find the right builder who helped them build Highwater … Read More

Cacilia’s Bed and Breakfast

Find inspiration, relaxation, adventure or all three at Cacilia’s Bed and Breakfast, located on a rolling sand dune overlooking Hecate Strait. Wake up to the islands’ most brilliant sunrises and enjoy the peaceful sounds of rolling ocean waves as you drift off to sleep at night.  Guests are housed in a spacious, two-story log house … Read More