Ukee Days only happens once a year. It’s Ucluelet’s largest community festival and features rides for the kids and a tonne of other activities. Ucluelet will come alive this July. Come on down from the 22nd to the 24th and enjoy all the fun!
Achieve marathon success surrounded by crisp ocean air, lush forests and the warm and friendly people of Ucluelet and Tofino. The Edge to Edge Marathon will be a day etched in your memory for many years to come!
The Pacific Rim Whale Festival is a staple of the Vancouver Island spring calendar. With events and activities for the whole family, get on down this year from March 19-27 and enjoy the best that Tofino and Ucluelet have to offer!
Ready to explore Vancouver Island? GeoCaching is a community approach to exploring the world around you. Armed with a simple GPS device, you’ll be able to go out and explore the countryside surrounding our cottages and seek out some of BC most secluded GeoCaches.
Looking for a round of golf on Vancouver Island? Ucluelet’s Long Beach Golf Course blends some of Vancouver Island’s most magnificent vistas with a exceptional 18 hole experience.
Just minutes from the outskirts of Ucluelet, Long Beach, located in Pacific Rim National Park offers a 10KM long stretch of unbroken sand and surf. Visitors to Long Beach can explore the tide-line to see colorful marine life and local sea-birds, take to the waves for some of the West-Coast’s best surfing or sit back for some prime storm-watching.
Visitors to Ucluelet can take in some spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities. Guests of Reef Point Cottages can take a wilderness tour to view Black Bears, Cougars, and the rare and endangered Vancouver Island Marmot. Bird-lovers can expect to see an abundance of colorful, local and migratory birds.
22,000 grey whales migrate past Reef Point Cottages on their way to Alaska every March and April. Take a guided marine tour in one of the many are charter boats and be prepared to be awe-struck by the majestic beauty of these giants of the deep.
Ucluelet features some of BC’s most breathtaking hiking trails. The Wild Pacific Trail is a world class walking/hiking trail following the headlands of Ucluelet with the goal of someday being extended all the way to the Pacific Rim National Park.
The wild and rugged west-coast of Vancouver Island near Ucluelet offers some of the world’s best storm watching. The storms display the full power of natures fury and wreak havoc on anything in their path. The aftermath of these storms deposits a multitude of interesting flotsam and jetsam on our beaches.
Ucluelet offers prime access to the Broken Island Group, a National Park containing over 100 islands and islets which is world famous for its kayaking. Take your own kayak out or go on one of the many fully guided trips available.
The coastline between Ucluelet and Tofino is a feeding and spawning destination for some of the largest runs of Chinook and Coho salmon on the entire Pacific Coast of North America, making it a hugely successful salmon fishing area and a great place for fishing charters.
The surge and swell of 5000 miles of open ocean result in some of the best surfing conditions in the world. If you want the thrill of a lifetime, bring your wet suit and board or rent equipment from one of the local surf shops. If you haven’t surfed before, why not take some lessons and see what all the fuss is about.