For over 30 years Alder Bay has been a hidden gem on Northern Vancouver Island offering a relaxed and friendly RV Park and camping destination to experience Supernatural British Columbia at its finest. Our boat launch is popular year-round for those seeking seriously world-class sport fishing for all species of salmon and bottom fish. We are also a launch point for eco-guests embarking on day-trip and lodge-based adventures in the Broughton Archipelago and the Great Bear Rainforest in search of grizzly bears and whales.
With 30 acres of private land with abundant walk-on waterfront, fully serviced RV pull-through sites, easy boat launch, and dock facilities, Alder Bay Resort is ideally suited to be the focal point of your Northern Vancouver Island adventure.
With a relaxed and family-friendly atmosphere, we are a great location to get away from the bustle and stress of daily life. At Alder Bay, you’re just as likely to meet up with a local island family from the nearby community of Port McNeill as you are to find yourself in a friendly conversation with RVers from Germany or Switzerland!
With over 80 sites, we can accommodate everything from tents to big rigs along with moorage for boats up to 26’ in length. Book directly online or contact us for more details. You can also check out some of our adventure partners if you’re looking to spice up your next RV camping holiday.
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Highway 19 stretches the entire length of Vancouver Island and connects Victoria and Nanaimo with Port McNeill. The highway is well maintained and motor-home friendly with breathtaking scenery the entire route.
From Victoria or Nanaimo, follow Hwy 19 North past Campbell River, Sayward, and Woss to Beaver Cove Road. Turn right on Beaver Cove Road and the entrance to Alder Bay Resort is 6 km on your left. Watch for our signs. We are conveniently located between Port McNeill and Telegraph Cove, a short 15-minute drive.