Port Hardy is a diverse town with many different accommodation options to suit a variety of tastes. Pitch your tent on the soft soil and cozy up to the crackling of a campfire before you head to bed. With several campsites in and around town, there are many chances to get in touch with nature. Many campsites are close to parks and trails and put you in the heart of the action.
Recreational campers love Port Hardy, especially for the several full-service RV campgrounds in the area. Pull into your choice of spots and kick back with all of the comforts of home. Many of the campgrounds include sani-stations, full hook ups, fire pits, picnic tables and seasoned firewood. Sit back, relax and let Port Hardy be your home away from home!
If B&B’s are more your taste, let the smell of fresh coffee and French toast rouse your senses and bring you from your slumber. There’s something about letting someone else make breakfast that makes it feel like you’re truly on vacation. With several bed and breakfasts in the area, Port Hardy lets you leave your regular daily regimen behind and gives you a chance to indulge in full relaxation.
Hotel and resort accommodations are a great option if you can’t wait to fall into a plush bed with soft sheets and fluffy pillows.
Boasting great scenery, many of the hotels in the area have picturesque views of the Hardy Bay, Johnstone Strait and Coast Mountains of British Columbia. In addition to the lush and comfortable suites, the hotels offer many delicious dining options as well.
If you prefer something a little more unusual, come to Port Hardy and stay in your own private cabin. Wake up to the sun rising over the mountains while the warm glow of the fireplace and the soft smell of cedar tempts you to get outside and explore the region. With several cabins and lodges in the area, visitors can experience quaint decors, with a friendly and laid-back atmosphere.
Are you looking for a little more adventure? The areas surrounding Port Hardy offer many different locations for deep-woods camping and exploration. Would you like to camp in seclusion with only the wind blowing through the trees to keep you company? Take advantage of such locations as Cape Scott and other Provincial and Regional Parks in the area, and experience backwoods camping at its finest.