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Spend the day at North Beach and revel in the views from Tow Hill and the Blow Hole - Photo: Talon Gillis

Gray Bay is a popular recreational site known for its beachcombing and camping opportunities - Photo: Flavien Mabit

We've got a selection of camping locations just right for you - forest sites thick with carpets of moss, rustic beach campsites and comfortable campgrounds with showers and hook-ups - Photo: Flavien Mabit

Haida Gwaii's got rainforests, beaches and mountains to explore - let's go! - Photo: Alexander A MacDonald

The Pesuta Shipwreck Trail will lead you along East Beach to the scenic remains of the Pesuta, a log ship that ran aground in 1928 - Photo: Alexander A MacDonald

Visit the award-winning Haida Heritage Centre and Museum at Second Beach in Skidegate - Photo: Guy Kimola

Step into another world as you tour ancient Haida village sites in Gwaii Haanas - Photo: Flavien Mabit

The Rennell Sound area offers exceptional wilderness camping and short trails for accessing remote west coast beaches - Photo: Guy Kimola


All the Beach You Can Eat Cabins




Phone: 250-626-9091

15831 Tow Hill Rd Masset, BC V0T 1M0


All cabins give you private access to a sandy beach. Each cabin is unique and off-grid, and offers so much more than the ubiquitous light switch. Fully equipped kitchens, woodstove, fine bedding, solar/gas lights, hot showers.  Worried about outhouses. Fear not. These aren't your grandma's outhouse.


Trip Advisor


  • 4 Off-grid swanky oceanside cabins
  • Front door ocean...back door rainforest
  • Sandy beach where you are the crowd
  • Cellphone reception at low tide
  • Pet and kid heaven

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Queen Charlotte Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250-559-8316

Sandspit Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250.637.5362

Port Clements Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250-557-4576

Masset Visitor Centre

email: | telephone: 250-626-3982

Haida Gwaii Tourism

Destination Marketing Organization

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