Long Beach

Long Beach, the perfectly named, seemingly endless shore in British Columbia’s Pacific Rim National Park, is part of a 34,800-acre area covered in coastal temperate rainforest. This pristine expanse of nature is a core protected area of the Clayoquot Sound UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Resting in the emerald forest bordering the beach is the Green Point Campground, which is especially enjoyable in the summer as activities like swimming, fishing, and kayaking can easily be enjoyed.

Getting There

The most direct route to Pacific Rim National Park is via the Tofino – Long Beach Airport, which has daily flights from Vancouver. Non-stop flights to Vancouver can be found in Los Angeles, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, and Montreal. From Europe, get a non-stop from London, Amsterdam, and Reykjavik. The Long Beach area of the park, which is a three-minute drive from the Tofino – Long Beach Airport, is best accessed by cars that can be rented at the airport. The closest airport is Tofino, Long Beach airport.