After leaving the coast, we headed inland and started making our way back home via Clearwater. There were many (many) forest fires burning across British Columbia. Evacuations, highway closures and new fires were breaking out each day. The highway we needed was one of the only major routes still open, in other words, we could still get out.
If there was a place a vacationer could stay forever, it would be the west coast of Vancouver Island. We easily (and quickly) fell head over heels in love with Ucluelet (and area). See our Vacation Series here!
We stayed at “Surf Junction Campground” – a cute little spot, eight kilometers north of Ucluelet and less than one from the Highway 4 junction. The staff were helpful, kind and very friendly. It was clear they had passion for their job and their community. We had a reservation (which was a good thing) although they did have RV sites available, their tent sites were full.
We are very pleased to announce the RV Trip Tracker app is available for download from the Google Play Store! Now you can get the jump on early planning and learn all about your new app before the crush of camping season begins!
In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing tips and helpful mini-tutorials that will aid you in learning your way around the app so you can optimize it for your own use. Toss away the guess work of how much your vacation cost and keep track of all the great things you did so you can remember where you stayed and forecast next year’s holiday!