Accommodations booking service for visitors, run by Tourism Victoria.
One of the friendliest visitor centers around. Head here first when you arrive (turn right along the boardwalk from the ferry) and ask for tips on what to see and do. The staff will point you toward the island's top…
This visitor center (with handy washrooms) 6.5km south of town has detailed information on area accommodations, hiking trails and hot surf spots. There's also a kiosk in the town center in summer that dispenses advi…
Lined with flyers and staffed by locals who can help you plan your visit in town and beyond, this should be your first port of call in Port Hardy. The staff are especially adept with area hiking tips.
The main visitor center is 6km northwest of the city center, but there's also a smaller booth overlooking the harbor that gives out information in the summer.
Super-slick visitor center with mega-helpful staff, museum-worthy exhibits and surgery-clean toilets. It's 2km northeast of Cumberland, just off Hwy 19.
To learn a few good reasons to stick around in Ukee, including a dining scene that finally has some great options, make for the downtown visitor center.
Located in Goldstream Provincial Park, it's also known as the 'Nature House.'
It's next to the BC Forest Discovery Centre just north of Duncan.
At the junction of Hwy 4 and the Tofino–Ucluelet road, 8km north of Ucluelet and 32km south of Tofino.