Mackenzie Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today, I finish a quest that was only a far-off fantasy on my last trip. Today, I go to Tofino with Raii. We were ready to go early that morning to beat the traffic for the three-day weekend. Getting there would be the easy part, though. The hard part was that we didn't know where we would be staying. Summer accommodations in Tofino are expensive, …
... just make a couple of stops first at a place called Coombs where we stop at "Goats on the Roof" and it's exactly as the name says. It's a cafe, grocery, everything store with a grass roof & as the name say, actual goats living on the roof. We stop there for a look at the aforementioned goats and also for lunch and then a look around the store, it's a real mishmash of a shop, cafe, groceries, trinkets and anything else you can think of. A great time ...
... to stop in Pacific Coast National Park. I had previously bought an annual national park pass for $140 that includes all the parks in Canada including Banff, Lake Louise, Yoho, Columbia Ice Fields, Jasper, Whistler etc. Later I purchased a camp site at Bella Pacifica Campground. It cost $50 a night and offers $2 coin showers. They allowed fires and at night you can walk down to the beach to witness many people on the beach having a fire and chilling out. No party's that ...
... kids on a wet or stormy day.
We eventually found our way to Ucluelet, too late in the day to explore the village but not too late to spend an hour or more on the Wild Pacific Trail. There is so much to see in this area that our quick visit is only enough to whet the appetite! Love the architecture style of some of the resorts in Ucluelet.
... the water on Meares Island. For mid-September it seemed warmer than usual so we opted for an ice cream treat rather than the delicious treats from the local bakery.
We headed back towards the campground and pedaled just past the entrance to a little collection of buildings we call "hippie village" where a few shops, produce stand and coffee shop are located. An ice coffee and Wi-Fi seemed in order before heading back ...