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Main office showers and store for Quatse River Campground Port Hardy Vancouver Island
Port Hardy

Quatse River Campground

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Amenities:

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Free Showers
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Firewood by Donation
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Hiking Trails
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Coin Laundry

Services:

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30 & 20 Amp Sites
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Power & Water
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Sani Station

Situated on the banks of the Quatse River five minutes from downtown Port Hardy. The Quatse River Campground is part of a richly forested regional park containing hundreds of years old trees, with wild flora fauna found in old-growth forests.

Quatse River Campground Port HardyThe Quatse River and area has excellent fishing opportunities on the B.C. coast. The local rivers provide Coho and Chinook in the fall and excellent Steelhead fishing from December to April. A boat ramp and marina are located just five minutes from the campground, providing access to Hardy Bay, The Queen Charlotte Sound, boat launch and marina also located in Coal Harbour, B.C., twenty minutes from the campground, which gives you access to the Quatsino Sound and Winter Harbour on the west coast.

With free showers and wood when available, the Quatse River Campground is a great place to stay, with private sites and walking paths close to the estuary and nearby river.

* Note –
– Minimum two-night stay for July & August
– Reservations strongly recommended
– Pets must be kept on a leash at all times

The campground is a non-profit, with all money raised to fund the Quatse Salmon Hatchery.

 

The Quatse Stewardship Centre & Hatchery is on-site and worth the visit and tour. All money raised through the campground goes to the hard work of helping the salmon population.

*Information is correct to the best of our knowledge, it is not guaranteed and can change. We welcome updates.

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