Gorge Harbour Marina

Gorge Harbour Marina Camping

Gorge Harbour Marina Resort covers seven and a half acres of beautiful treed greenspace along the waterfront of scenic Gorge Harbour. The campground features large grassy areas in an old apple orchard, attracting visits from our friendly resident deer. We have over thirty sites. You can choose between full service partial service and no service. Each of the sites have full hook-up, level concrete pad, wooden deck and picnic table. Tent sites have tables and fire pits. Discounts for large groups, dependent upon space, can be negotiated.

Contact: (250) 935-6433
Email: reserve@gorgeharbour.com
Web: http://www.gorgeharbour.com/

Smelt Bay Provincial Park

Smelt Bay Provincial Park Cortes Island Accommodations Camping

This scenic park features a beautiful pebble beach that extends from the park frontage at the south end of Smelt Bay around the shoreline to Sutil Point. The beach is backed by mounds which are believed to have been built by Coast Salish First Nations as a form of defense. Smelt Bay is the only provincial campground on remote Cortes Island, offering 22 spacious campsites laid out in a wonderful setting in the woods overlooking Smelt Bay.

R.L.C. Enterprize Ltd.
Phone: (250) 474-1336
Email: office@rlcparks.ca
Web: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/smelt_bay/

Hollyhock


Located amongst old growth cedar, fir, hemlock trees and birdsong, on a spectacular ocean-side 44-acre property, many guests say tenting at Hollyhock “makes camping feel like a luxury”. Hollyhock’s rates are all inclusive and feature delicious organic buffet meals, snacks, access to hot tubs, the beach, wireless Internet in designated locations, morning yoga (most days), weekly events with our naturalist and garden tours. Bring your own tent, towel and bedding.

Contact: (800) 933-6339
Email: registration@hollyhock.ca
Web: http://www.hollyhock.ca/