Come explore Tofino from our affordable beachfront cabins. Great for couples, families, or even pets!
Where We Are
Ocean Village Resort is located on MacKenzie Beach, at the northern edge of Pacific Rim National Park, about 3 kilometers south of Tofino, BC.
The Highway 4 – Kennedy Hill Safety Improvements project will contribute to a safer and more reliable connection between Port Alberni and the west coast of Vancouver Island.
- Construction activities are envisioned to continue day and night for the project duration.
- During the stoppage and single lane alternating traffic periods, emergency vehicles will be prioritized to pass through the site with minimal delay via advanced notice given direct to the site from dispatchers.
Driving from Vancouver
To drive to Tofino from the Lower Mainland, you’ll first have to first take a ferry to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. You can do this one of two ways. The Tsawwassen ferry terminal, just south of Vancouver, is most convenient if you’re coming from Vancouver International Airport. That ferry takes just over 2 hours and arrives at Duke Point, a few minutes south of Nanaimo. The Horseshoe Bay terminal in West Vancouver, is closer to downtown Vancouver. That ferry takes just under 2 hours and arrives at Departure Bay in Nanaimo.
Driving from Seattle
From Seattle, you can take a ferry to Victoria then travel north on Highway 1 to Nanaimo. Or you can drive north from Seattle to Tsawwassen, just across U.S.-Canada border, then take the ferry to Duke Point in Nanaimo.
Driving from Victoria
Travel north on Highway 1, following the signs to Nanaimo.
Driving from Nanaimo
· Take Highway 19 north for around 43 km (26 miles) · Take Exit 60 onto Highway 4 (Pacfic Rim Highway) toward Port Alberni/Tofino · Continue west on Highway 4, through Port Alberni, for about 130 km (81 miles) · This road is narrow and winding, drive safe! · At the T-junction, turn right toward Tofino (left is Ucluelet) · Travel 29 km (18 miles) to Hellesen Drive ·Turn left on Hellesen Drive and Ocean Village is near the end on your right
Direct flights to Tofino Airport fly regularly from Vancouver and Victoria (via Tofino Air and Orca Airways) and Seattle (via Kenmore Air).
Ferry service runs from Horseshoe Bay in North Vancouver to Nanaimo’s Departure Bay as well as from Tsawwassen to Victoria’s Swartz Bay and Nanaimo’s Duke Point terminals. Phone: (250) 386-3431 www.bcferries.com
Ferry Service to Vancouver Island from Washington State. Daily passenger ferry service between Seattle and Victoria. Phone: (206) 448-5000 www.victoriaclipper.com
Black Ball Ferry Line – Daily vehicle and passenger ferry service between Victoria and Port Angeles, WA on the COHO Ferry. Phone: (250) 386-2202 (in Canada) and (360) 457-4491 (in the U.S.) www.cohoferry.com
Tofino Bus Island Express
Offers daily scheduled passenger service as well as charter bus services. Tofino Bus provides daily transportation to Tofino, Ucluelet and Port Alberni from Parksville, Nanaimo, Vancouver and Victoria. Phone: (866) 986-3466 www.tofinobus.com
Daily flights provided by Orca Airways are only 45 minutes from Vancouver Intl or Victoria Intl Airport. Shuttle services to and from the airport also provided by Orca Airways. Phone: (888) 359-6722 (FLY-ORCA) www.flyorcaair.com