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

Angela’s Place Cafe & Fuel Station

A friendly place to sit and chat. Come and enjoy our freshly brewed coffee and out of this world carrot cake! We serve breakfast and lunches.  We also have fuel available for vehicles. Open Monday to Saturday. 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Moresby Market

Moresby Market in K’il Llnagaay Sandspit is more than just a place to get fresh veggies, although its selection of grown-on-Haida Gwaii produce is enough to bring in the masses from all around the islands. But Moresby Market is also about bringing people together, starting conversations and building a sense of community among islanders.  While … Read More

Blacktail

A visit to Queen Charlotte wouldn’t be complete without a well-deserved meal at Blacktail. This trendy, on-point restaurant delivers a casual fine dining experience fit for a celebration, romantic rendez-vous or a casual gathering with great friends and loved ones. For the real foodie lovers, the delectable menu consists of daily, fresh-caught seafood, locally-grown ingredients … Read More

Bayview Market

Bayview Market is Haida Gwaii’s one-stop shopping destination with old-fashioned customer service. Located in Gamadiis Port Clements overlooking Masset Inlet, Bayview Market has everything locals and visitors need, from groceries to home decor to souvenirs and gift items. Visitors can even grab a quick sandwich.  Bayview Market has been a part of the local community … Read More

Masset Market

The Masset Market is a locally-driven, grassroots movement toward sustainability through buying and selling foods, food products and hand-crafted items made locally. Vendors come from a variety of backgrounds and sell everything from fresh produce to knitted hats to hand-made soaps. Food growers, producers and artisans of all types are invited to share their goods … Read More

Port Clements Museum

Visitors to Haida Gwaii must add a stop at the Port Clements Museum to their travel itinerary. The museum is run by the Port Clements Historical Society, made up entirely of local volunteers who have a passion for preserving and sharing Port Clements’ unique history.  The museum features both outdoor and indoor displays, including its … Read More