The Ucluelet area offers extraordinary opportunities for outdoor adventure and recreational activities. Located beside Long Beach in BC's Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, people come to Ucluelet for surfing, hiking, kayaking, fishing, diving, camping, whale and bear watching, beachcombing and storm watching.
A home away from home in a place where glorious sunsets and relaxation go hand-in-hand! Ucluelet offers the chance to stay and enjoy the natural beauty of the area all year round. Ucluelet has a wide array of accommodation ranging from camping and rustic cabins to luxury resorts.
The environment of tranquil Ucluelet provides a stimulating and dramatic backdrop for working, living, and recreating. The town of Ucluelet offers beaches, multi-use sports fields, community parks, waterfront promenades, restaurants, unique shops and galleries, a mini aquarium and a range of accommodation choices.
Terrace Beach is a quiet sandy public beach set amongst the trees adjacent to the Wild Pacific Trail's Terrace Beach Interpretive Trail. Not far from Little Beach, Terrace Beach is between He Tin Kis Park and Terrace Beach Park.