This Is Port Renfrew, B.C. Canada, on Vancouver Islands wild west coast.
Port Renfrew is a small, but vibrant community of approximately 400 locals. We are just an hour & a half drive from Victoria & or Duncan along the scenic Pacific Marine Circle Route. This area is known for it’s pristine beaches, forests & lakes. Tourism is now the driving force in a town that once thrived on logging.
POINTS OF INTEREST:
- Pacheedaht Campground,Marina & Beach
- Pacific Gateway Marina
- Port Renfrew Marina & R.V.
- Butch’s Marina
- Wild Coast Cottages
- West Coast Hiking Trail
- Juan de Fuca Trail
- Botanical Beach
- Lizard Lake
- Fairy Lake
TALL TREE TOUR:
Big Lonely Doug (discovered March 2014 ..see Ancient Forest Alliance web site for more information)
Harris Creek Spruce
San Juan Spruce
Red Creek Fir
Interested in a guided day trip to see Port Renfrew’s biggest trees and beautiful beaches? Book an eco-tour with nature photographer TJ Watt! Visit: www.bigtreetours.ca
Check out our newly renovated Community Center, where you’ll find Canada Post, The Port Renfrew Chamber of Commerce & Vancouver Island Regional Library. You can also rent space in the center for your next event.
WI-FI is found @ most restaurants in town, most accommodations & @ the public library.
Need groceries? Head to The General Store, open 7 days a week from 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. This is also our liquor store.
Hungry? We recommend: The Coastal Kitchen Café & Port Renfrew Pub (Wild Renfrew).
Like fishing? Book your Salmon & or Halibut trip with www.choicecharters.ca & experience the thrill of lifetime.
Port Renfrew has a volunteer fire dept. ambulance station & health care facility. If you have an emergency call 911.
Know how to spot a local? Easy, we don’t wear watches, because time doesn’t matter here.