Imagine waking up to the sound of waves breaking on the beach and looking out on the magnificent Pacific Ocean. Yuquot Cabins and Campgrounds offers this and more.

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The Cabins

  • Each (there are six, one on the ocean, five on the lake) are 16' x 18' made of cedar. The one bedroom has a bed platform with two super-size (52" x 72") foamies so if you have more than two people, one can be placed on the floor;

  • There is a wood stove for heat, propane stove, propane lamp (propane provided), utility table, picnic table and chairs in each unit;

  • Camp-style kitchen equipment is provided that includes: plates, cups, cutlery, pot/pan, dishpan, some utensils, and a portable water container;

  • Cold water camp shower is available.

  • Composting toilets.

  • ATV Transport of gear to/from wharf.

  • Staff provides both potable and non potable water for guests staying in the cabins.

For the Cabins you will need

  • Food, drinking, bedding, towels, ice for coolers (ice usually lasts up to 4 days), a flashlight, matches

  • Suggested clothing to bring along; Rain gear (this is the West Coast of Vancouver Island), swim gear (weather permitting), and good walking shoes.

Camping sites & Yuquot Hut

  • Rustic campsites available along outside beach and near walk way to dock (kayakers)

  • Main campsite in center of village and the Yuquot Hut are the only campsites with fire pits and picnic tables

  • Yuquot Hut is a (20’ X 14”) traditional cedar pole hut for group camping , the hut design is based on the interior drawing of a Nootka house from John Webber’s drawings of 1778.Providing only cedar benches for sleeping, storage and serving of food on a polished pebble floor. The hut can sleep up to 8 individuals.

Day Visits  

  Day visits are more than welcome, currently no formal interpretive tours are being provided, however staff are more than happy to provide any information on their history and culture they can to you. For those traveling by boat to Yuquot there is a small tie up fee at the dock and self guided fee for individuals. Transportation to Yuquot can also be arranged through our partners; Maxi’s Water Taxi, Air Nootka and Uchuck lll who run scheduled trips to Yuquot twice weekly during the summer.

 General Services

Yuquot has a small gift shop and office located at the rear of the church where staff can assist quests for information, payment of services and phone system for emergencies.

Costs (all accommodations at Yuquot include free parking at Ahaminiquus Marina in Gold River)

• Cabins
  o 150$ per night per cabin from mid June to mid September.
  o $75 per night per cabin off season
• Yuquot Hut
  o 50$ per night
• Campsites (beach & main campsites)
  o $20 per night per cabin off season
• Day use Landing Fees
  o $10 per boat tie
  o 12$ for Adults
  o 10$ for Seniors
  o 5$ for Youth 13 & under
• Yuquot Moorage
  o $25$ per boat /night
Discounts are available for groups of 6 or more people.



For Reservations & Additional Information, please contact us by E-mail, or phone at (250) 850-5239.

Yuquot Guest Survey

Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nations appreciates your input in assisting the future development of Yuquot Tourism Program. Please complete this survey, and include your contact information to have a chance to when a 16” X 22” Patrick Amos numbered Print.

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Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation
100 Ouwatin Road, Tsaxana, BC
PO Box 459, Gold River, BC V0P 1G0
Phone: 250-283-2015
Fax: 250-283-2335