Situated on the open Pacific Ocean,
Ucluelet is nestled between the two main sections of
the world famous Pacific Rim National Park
- the Broken Group Islands to the south and miles of
sandy shoreline that make up Long Beach, to the north.
The UNESCO Clayoquot Biosphere Reserve is a
short drive northwest along the Pacific Rim Highway.
Ucluelet offers visitors year-round
attractions including fishing, hiking, cycling, kayaking,
surfing, float plane and boat tours, whale watching
, storm watching, and eco-touring. Part of the temperate
coastal rainforest, this region contains a countless
variety of plant, marine, and animal life including our own resident Eagles.
Terrace Beach Resort is adjacent to
the Wild Pacific Trail. Guests are walking distance
from some of the most breathtaking natural scenery including
the renowned Amphitrite Point and its famed lighthouse.
We encourage you to visit the links
on this page to learn more about the history of Ucluelet
and what this region has to offer.