The Pachena Bay Campground features private sites for Huu-ay-aht Citizens, situated along the Pachena River, and located on the right as you drive into the campground. These sites are available for day or overnight camping, and administered and operated through the campground kiosk. Reservations are accepted. The fee for private sites when used by Huu-ay-aht citizens is by donation.
Rules for the Use of the Private Sites at the Pachena Bay Campground
Etiquette for private sites is consistent with etiquette for entire campground.
- Behaviour must not disrupt other campers or visiting public.
- No loud noise, such as music or parties, after 11:00 p.m.
- Private sites must be cleaned after use: gear, garbage, pet waste and fire pit.
- Garbage from private sites should be disposed of in the Anacla village dumpsters, not the campground dumpster.
- Items and gear left behind at private sites will be disposed of.
- Neither the Huu-ay-aht First Nations nor the Pachena Bay Campground is responsible for any loss of or damages to property.
- Fires must be attended to at all times; they must be put out if the site is to be left unattended for any length of time.
- Please pay attention to any Fire Advisories — campfires may be banned during very dry weather.
- Picnic tables and fire pits are not to be moved from public sites to private sites, or vice-versa.
- The gazebo is for smaller cooking fires only.
- Please swim at your own risk. Neither the river nor the beach have lifeguards.
- Campground facilities and services are available to members, but standard fees apply to everyone.