We stopped at Telegraph Cove Resorts on out way through, we were driving further out to go Whale watching.
This resort is unlike any I have ever been to before and still has a small close knit domestic/industrial feel to it. I don't think we would have stopped or stayed long if we had children with us there is NOTHING for them to do here and it's not safe to leave them to explore as there is a busy jetty & open water. It was a long and rugged route past lots of industrial logging sites before you turn down into Telegraph Cove which is a small cove. There are a few other lodge type places to stay as well but most people seemed to be camping or in a RV on route to somewhere else.
Unless you have a grizzly or whale trip booked to leave from here I would struggle to understand why you would stay longer then 24 hours.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Telegraph Cove is tucked away on the eastern coast of Northern Vancouver Island. This tiny and picturesque village is a major destination during the summer months when the snug little bay bustles with whale watchers, fishermen, boaters, campers and kayakers. Telegraph Cove Resort has a rich and colourful past and is one of the last boardwalk settlements left on Vancouver Island. Telegraph Cove Resort boasts a large variety of accommodation choices. From cozy cabins & historic homes to modern condominium suites, we have something for every taste and budget. ... more less
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