WE ARE NOW COMPLETELY SOLD OUT FOR 2018
WISHING EVERYONE AN AMAZING YEAR & WE LOOK
FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN 2019.
Enjoying the Beach access at Little Beach.
Pacific Rim National Park
Welcome to Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada.
Backed by the Vancouver Island Range and facing the open Pacific Ocean, Pacific Rim presents the rich natural and cultural heritage of Canada’s west coast. Its cool and wet maritime climate produces an abundance of life in the water and on land. Lush coastal temperate rainforest gives way to bountiful and diverse intertidal and subtidal areas. These natural wonders are interwoven with the long and dynamic history of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations and European explorers and settlers.
Originally built in 1906, Amphitrite Lighthouse stands on a rocky outcrop on the southern end of the peninsula near Ucluelet overlooking the Barclay Sound and rugged coastline on Vancouver Island. A popular destination for hikers on the Wild Pacific Trail, the lighthouse offers panoramic views of the coastline, Barclay Sound and the playful sea lions just off shore. The historic lighthouse is accessed via Peninsula Road through Ucluelet or by hiking the Wild Pacific Trail’s Lighthouse Loop, a scenic path that traces the edge of the coastline. Be careful when exploring the rocky shoreline as the sea is unpredictable with pounding waves.
George Fraser Gardens and self guided walking tours.
George Fraser was a Scottish gardener who started his gardens in Ucluelet in 1894. His first garden is still at that site today. He specialized in rhododendrons, azaleas, and heathers while operating a thriving mail order nursery and market garden.
Before his death in 1944, George Fraser said, “I don’t know where I am going to end up, but it doesn’t matter, I’ve had my heaven here on earth.”
A selection of his plants including rhododendrons, ornamental shrubs and heritage trees still remain in Ucluelet. Take a stroll down Fraser Lane in Ucluelet and view his gardens that remain on those properties to this day!
Ucluelet and Area Historical Society
The Ucluelet and Area Historical Society is currently planning a Museum for land acquired near Amphitrite Lighthouse in Ucluelet. Until funds for this building project are obtained this group is active in archiving historic photos, collecting verbal histories, and in holding events to celebrate the regions’ importance.
Are you an educator who would like to bring your class to our aquarium?
They offer programs for pre-school to Grade 12 students. We also offer programs for special needs students
Ucluelet Aquarium is a Little Beach Resort, “Must Visit” Attraction for all ages. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZU1XA2cvm8
Pacific Rim Whale Festival
Mission Statement, To inspire, educate and entertain by celebrating our coastal traditions, unique environment and the spring return of the grey whale.
Pacific Rim Arts Society
A 10-day Celebration of Nuu-chah-nulth Culture. This year’s festival features an Artifact & Regalia Exhibition, Contemporary Art Show, Artists in Action, Bench Carving, Traditional Salmon feast and Live Music with our special guest, Leonard Sumner.
Getting Married or Engaged In 2016 or 17?
Then, Ucluelet is perfect for saying “I do” .
If you’re dreaming of a beach wedding… we know just the place. Wed your love with your feet in the sand – or in the water, on surfboards. Then, there’s the magical intimacy of a ceremony under the canopy of old growth forest, on a boat with stunning views or in a home or resort designed in West Coast style. Whichever way you decide to tie your knot, Ucluelet or Tofino will have and hold your heart for years to come. Come to think of it the two communities are so close together you could even plan your wedding or engagement by taking advantage of everything distinct and charming in both. A growing number of our guests planning a celebration or anniversary of a life event are making Little Beach Resort their destination of choice for the West Coast of Vancouver Island.
You’ll find a selection of local, high-quality services for planning your wedding right here, on the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island.
Contact us for capacity and pricing.
Winter Storm watching.
The winds may swirl and waves may crash, just adding to your adventure here in Ucluelet where winter storm watching has been turned into a bit of an art form. Not only do the months from November to March bring a series of perfect storms from the mighty Pacific Ocean, we also have some fabulous vantage points, such as the Amphitrite Light House on a short walk from your door. Spend the day exploring Ucluelet Wild Pacific Trail system for exceptional views and photography vantage points. Big Beach, Little Beach and Browns bay all offer a unique experience. If visiting the Pacific Rim National Park stop in at the Kwisitis Visitor Centre on your way to the beach.
Our Tourism Partners.
Tourism and Travel in Canada: http://www.bceh.com/
Vancouver Island Travel & Accommodation: http://www.vancouverislandaccommodations.com/
Tofino App Travel Guide: http://www.tofinoapp.com/
Ucluelet’s best fishing adventures begin at Little Beach Resort.
Ucluelet Sportsfishing Co. http://www.uclueletsportfishing.com/
Salty Dog Charter Co. http://www.saltydogfishingcharters.com/
Dan’s Fishing Charters http://www.pacificwaters.ca/
Salmon Eye Charters. http://www.salmoneye.net/
ARCHIPELAGO NATURE CRUISES www.archipelagocruises.com
SUBTIDAL ADVENTURES www.subtidaladventures.com
WILD PACIFIC TRAIL :
Announcing Interpretive walks three days a week are back for 2015!
Check back soon for July and August special guests.
Every Wednesday plan to attend a guided walk exploring the Lighthouse Loop.
Saturdays will feature a KIDS WILD THINGS SCAVENGER HUNT.
These events are led by a Raincoast Education Society naturalist.
The Ucluelet Aquarium will also lead Intertidal Walks at low tides, check the calendar for dates.
Ancient Cedars Trail expansion is now open – come and check out new views!
Click here to get a printable map.
District of Ucluelet.
Life on the Edge…
District of Tofino.
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