MAYNE ISLAND CAMPING

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359 MAPLE DR., MAYNE ISLAND, B.C. CANADA V0N 2J0
Mayne Island campground
A typical waterfront campsite

Our private campground features oceanfront and forest sites, outdoor showers, and sandy/pebble beach in a secluded parklike setting amidst plentiful wildlife.


Located at 359 MAPLE DRIVE, Seal Beach in Miners Bay, Mayne Island,
tucked away in the heart of Canada's Southern Gulf Islands.

 What We Offer:

  • Oceanfront and forest sites
  • Sandy/pebble beach in a secluded parklike setting amidst plentiful wildlife.
  • Ecologically friendly
  • Firepit
  • Hot and Cold outdoor tree shower
  • Outhouses
  • Pet Friendly

Mayne Island Camping
Campers relaxing around the campfire.

tree shower at Mayne Island Campground
Outdoor Tree Shower
  • Kayakers are welcome to paddle in to camp, or shower.
  • Kayak and boat tours arranged
  • Groups welcome.
  • Walking distance to stores, galleries and restaurants.
  • Boat Launch

 

We endeavour to maintain this pristine piece of BC gulf island coastline with as little effect to the environment as possible.

Please support us by:

  • Using Eco-soap - available from us.

  • Garbage removal - if you are unable to do this, we are happy to take care of this for a small surcharge.

 How to get to Mayne Island

How to find Mayne Island Eco Camping

 

Ferry from Tsawwassen or Swartz Bay on Vancouver Island. During the summer reservations are recommended.

Sea Air or Harbour Air from the south terminal of Vancouver Airport

DIRECTIONS TO SEAL BEACH FROM THE FERRY TERMINAL

When leaving the ferry terminal, turn LEFT. Follow Village Bay Road for 1.5Kms., when the road curves to the left, take the next street on the LEFT (Maple Drive) to Seal Beach.

 

Kayakers are welcome to camp at Mayne Island Eco Camping

Mayne Island is located within easy paddling distance of:
Galiano Island, Samuel Island, the Belle Chain
Islets, Saturna Island, North & South Pender Islands,
Prevost Island, the Red Islets, and Saltspring Island.

 Local Wildlife

Here's just a sampling of the wide array of native wildlife you can expect to see on Mayne Island: Chipmunks, Black Tail Deer, wild Mink and Marten, River Otters, Raccoons, Squirrels, Stellar and California Sea lions, Harbour seals, Orca whales, Dolphins.

Crows, Ravens, Ducks, Bald eagles, Cormorants, Oyster catchers, King fishers,  Grouse, Gulls, Hawks, Herons, Hummingbirds, Ospreys, Turkey Vultures, Pheasants, Quail and Woodpeckers.

Clams, Crabs, Octopus, Sea Birds, Sea Cucumbers, Shellfish, Shrimp, Whales, Perch, Salmon, Trout, Walleye, Ling Cod, and Rockfish.

Cedar, Douglas Fir, Hemlock, Balsam, Alder, Arbutus, Madrona, Apple, Ash, Cherry, Maple, Daisy, Rhododendron, Berries, Ferns, Moss, Lichen, Seaweed and Thistle.

Other Activities on Mayne

Cycling - the island is 5 km. wide and 8 km long with a pleasant mix of flat and hilly terrain.

Hiking - there are several marked and maintained trails.

Nature walks - mushroom hunting, wild flowers, wild life, intertidal life, scuba diving, sailing, fishing [salmon, cod, red snapper], sightseeing

 


HIGH SEASON

May 1 to September 31 & Holiday Periods
12.00 per person per night
24.00 minimum for waterfront sites

 

LOW SEASON

Oct. 1 until April 30
$10.00 per person, per night
20.00 minimum for waterfront sites

 

Prices do not include tax and are quoted in Canadian dollars.

RESERVATIONS ARE ADVISED YEAR ROUND

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MAYNE ISLAND ECO CAMPING,
TOURS & CHARTERS, inc

e-mail: kotickhouse@gmail.com

359 MAPLE DRIVE
MAYNE ISLAND, B.C.
CANADA V0N 2J2
 TEL: (250) 889-7366

Links

\Seal Beach Cottage - Vacation Rental

Bennett Bay Kayaking

Wild Whisper Wilderness Guiding Services

Canadian Federation of Ocean Kayak Educators

Mayne Island Chamber of Commerce

 

MayneIsland.com

BC Ferries

Harbour Air

Sea Air

Gulf Islands Directory

 

 

 

 

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