Located on the far West Coast of Vancouver Island, end of the road culture is alive and thriving in Ucluelet. With a population of 1 700 residents year round that nearly doubles in peak season, there are endless adventures to be had. Our community is passionate about eco-tourism and everyone who lives here agrees on one thing; unplug, relax, and live in the moment.
When you arrive to town after driving the winding mountain highway between Port Albeni and Ucluelet, be prepared to have your breath taken away with the majesty of sitka and ancient cedar rain forests. Take the day to walk the endless amount of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve trails and explore secluded beaches with over 40km of coastline to discover.
For a small town, we have plenty of dining options and will be happy to assist you in curving your appetite to give you recommendations.
Planning on shopping or picking up a some souvenirs? Ucluelet has a few galleries and gift stores. Dress like a local and hit Relic, Pina or Long Beach Surf Shop.
Enjoy the local music scene on Wednesday jam nights at Ukee Dogs. Sing your heart out on Fridays at karaoke or dance on the floor to the bands playing at ANAF.
For more information, please visit Tourism Ucluelet at https://www.discoverucluelet.com