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With its pristine surfing beaches, abundant native wildlife, and beautiful old-growth forest, Tofino is a wonderful vacation destination at any time of year. Located in British Columbia on the west coast of Vancouver Island, this spectacular district is hugely popular in the summer months but also draws plenty of visitors in the winter. It's also just a short flight away from Vancouver, Calgary, and Edmonton, so it's within easy reach for your next family vacation.

If you want to rent an RV to explore Tofino, you can enjoy the natural beauty of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, learn to surf in pretty Cox Bay, and traverse many miles of hiking trails. And with several campgrounds and RV parks to choose from, Tofino is the perfect spot for a getaway in a motorhome rental.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the main attractions that draws plenty of RV campers to Tofino is its proximity to Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. The park preserves the beautiful scenery of Vancouver Island's rugged west coast and offers a host of great activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Surfing and kayaking are both popular here, while the park's Long Beach unit also boasts more than seven miles of excellent hiking trails. The half-mile South Beach Trail is popular with wave watchers, while the two loops of the Rainforest Trail are perfect for exploring the temperate rainforest.

Tofino is also recognized as the surfing capital of Canada, so no trip to the area would be complete without catching a wave or two. Tofino has breaks to suit everyone from beginners right through to experienced surfers, so it's well worth bringing a board or two. If you're looking to learn the basics, the calm conditions on sheltered Cox Bay are a great place to start — the views of the rugged coastline aren't bad either.

Finally, with Tofino known for its abundant wildlife, nature lovers should definitely consider taking a whale-watching cruise while they're in town. Whale watching seasons runs from March to October, and there are several local tour operators who can help you get out on the water. If you're lucky, you might be able to get a close-up glimpse of gray, humpback, and orca whales, which is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Camping in Tofino

If you're planning to rent an RV in British Columbia and explore Tofino, the good news is that there are plenty of campgrounds to choose from. Just make sure to compare a variety of options before deciding which one is the best place to park your Tofino camper rental.

One option you might like to consider is Crystal Cove Beach Resort, where RV camping is available all year round. All sites offer full hookups and come with their own picnic tables and fire pits, while Wi-Fi is also provided. Other resort features include an on-site coffee shop and a sandy beach.

Another local camping spot worth considering is Bella Pacifica Campground. Located near the Tofino Botanical Gardens, this campground has a wide variety of RV and tent sites. RV sites offer full hookups, while flush toilets and coin-operated showers are also available. And with Bella Pacifica Campground located right on MacKenzie Beach, you can also enjoy easy access to the water.

Alternatively, if you want to explore as much of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve as possible, you might want to stay in the park's Green Point Campground. Featuring 94 drive-in sites that can accommodate RVs and campers, the campground is located in the Long Beach area. Electrical hookups are provided, while showers, flush toilets, and a dump station are also available.

Exploring the City

Tofino is well-known for its natural beauty and wide range of outdoor activities, so the next stop on your visit might well be the Tofino Botanical Gardens. The westernmost garden in North America, this site boasts 12 acres of gardens, forests, and walking paths. It's a lovely place to relax and reconnect with nature, and because it's located right on the edge of the Tofino Mudflats Wildlife Management Area, it's also a great spot to do a little birdwatching.

If you're a keen history buff, you'll also want to check out the Tofino Clayoquot Heritage Museum while you're in town. Located on Main Street, the museum offers a glimpse into the history of the region, ranging from geological prehistory right up to the present day. Historic artifacts, photos, and memorabilia are all on show, while historic walking tours of Tofino are also available during peak periods.

Finally, Tofino is also known for its increasingly impressive dining scene, so you might like to visit during the annual Feast Tofino festival. Held for one week each spring, the festival celebrates the local region's boat-to-table food culture. There are special menus, dinners, and tasting events to enjoy, so your taste buds are in for a real treat.

All you need for a great getaway is a Tofino RV rental and a nose for adventure, so find the best camper rental in Tofino for your needs and start planning your travel itinerary.

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