Wya Point Resort features a beautiful oceanside campground just a few minutes drive from Ucluclet, immediately adjacent to the southern edge of Pacific Rim National Park Long Beach Unit. The 600-acre resort property is owned and operated by the Uclulet First Nation (also known as Yuu-tluth-aht First Nation) and is actually situated at the site of an old village. The resort offers a variety of different types of accommodation at varying prices, from cabins and yurts to several different types of campsites, including oceanfront walk-in sites, car/tent sites, and partially serviced RV sites (there are no water hookups). If possible, walk-in sites are recommended here, as they provide the best beach access and the sites are only a few meters away from the designated walk-in parking area anyhow. Car and RV sites are slightly further up the hill. All campsites have picnic tables and fire pits, and bear proof food caches are available.
What makes Wya Point stand out from other oceanfront campgrounds nearby is the direct access to Wya Beach, where visitors can enjoy some solitude even during the busiest times of the summer. Ideal for family excursions, the west-facing beach offers great swimming, lots of tide pools, potential for marine life sightings, and fantastic sunset views, all while avoiding the huge crowds that gather at the much busier public beaches to the north during the high season. Visitors also have direct access from the campground to nearby Half-moon Bay and Willowbrae hiking trails, which can be used to access the beautiful public beaches at the south end of Pacific Rim National Park. The gravel access road for the campground exits directly from the parking area for these hiking trails.