I was a little surprised to find that I had to drive 1 km from the main resort on the cove on a good gravel road back into the forest. The campground was very well maintained with campsites set into the forest (nicely screened from each other) around a central field of open campsites. Clean, washrooms with clean, free showers. Power and water at the site I reserved. Needed an adapter for the plug, which was designed for RV users and I just had a three-prong extension chord for my laptop and camera batteries in my tent. The park manager quickly provided one, no charge. It rained most of the time I was there, so I had to put away wet tent etc. when I left, but that's not their fault. Mosquitoes are voracious - not surprising given the damp forest location. The campsite was level and well drained. I was disappointed being so far from the cove, but the site was otherwise very nice.
- 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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