Create lasting memories with family & friends at one of BC’s best family resorts in beautiful Nootka Sound.

Located on the west coast of Vancouver Island, B.C. and only a scenic two-hour drive from Campbell River, our pet-friendly resort offers everything from serviced campsites to oceanfront yurts and cabins. The perfect wilderness setting for your Vancouver Island getaway with all the comforts of home and more

Accommodation for Everyone

Waterfront Camping Yurts

Five newly built waterfront camping yurts offer guests a comfortable camping experience with the convenience of fresh linens and daily housekeeping.

Rates starting at $105 per night.

Waterfront Cabins and Yurts

The rental cabins and yurts at Moutcha Bay Resort are perennial favourites, with gorgeous West Coast ocean views and plenty of space for the whole family to relax and enjoy.

Rates starting at $300 per night.

Main Lodge Guest Suites

Choose one of our modern two-storey guest suites in the main lodge, most of which include kitchen facilities and various sleeping configurations.

Rates starting at $160 per night.

Moutcha Bay Resort Main Lodge

Family Friendly Camping

Our Vancouver Island campground has 28 spacious treed campsites for RV’s and tents, serviced with water and power and access to well-maintained washhouses with flush toilets and hot showers.

Rates starting at $40 per night.

Activities For Everyone

World-Class Fishing Lodge

Anglers will find themselves in a Vancouver Island fishing mecca at Moutcha Bay Resort. Whether you are bringing your own boat, renting one from our fleet, or fishing with one of our professional guides, the salmon and bottom fishing in Nootka Sound is downright fantastic. If you are bringing your own boat, our onsite boat launch is complimentary to registered guests.

Fun for the Whole Family

A range of activities and services are available to the outdoors lover at Moutcha Bay Resort. Wildlife & Heritage Tours, Sea Kayak tours, kayak & SUP rentals, children’s playground with zipline, gift shop, communal barbecues, dock shack, fuel sales, licensed fish processing facility, and more. Or simply relax and take in the West Coast views!

What Do Our Guests Say?

“This is the best resort that I’ve been to in the last 20 years” – Mark Pendlington, Pro Fisherman

“Moutcha Bay Resort is an absolutely beautiful place. The staff at Moutcha Bay go above and beyond to make sure your stay is top-notch. The newly erected oceanfront camping yurts take “glamming” to another level. We were lucky enough to stay in the luxury yurts situated right on the water. WOW, waking up to the unobstructed ocean views made my vacation!” – Debbie P

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Start Planning Your Trip!

Check out all of our resorts at Nootka Marine Adventures.

Moutcha Bay Resort

Our land-based resort, designed for families and fishing groups, where fish swim by our front door. The resort is strategically located at the mouth of the Conuma River and is easily accessible by car, boat or floatplane.

Nootka Sound Resort

Situated in the protected waters of Galiano Bay, accessible by boat or floatplane. This comfortable and relaxing resort caters to individuals or groups of up to 52 guests. Come fish the salmon-rich, calm, protected waters of Nootka Sound. Our goal is for every member of your group to leave with an abundant catch and stories of a lifetime.

Newton Cove Resort

Set in a pristine and tranquil cove, our all-inclusive floating luxury wilderness hideaway awaits in Esperanza inlet. Tailored to the needs of every angler and strategically located just minutes from the entrance to the Pacific Ocean, often the best access for tuna fishing in August and September.