Tribune Bay Campsite is a private campground situated adjacent to the beautiful Tribune Bay Provincial Park. There are 116 drive-in sites, each one unique, 18 having electrical hook-up, all with fire pits and picnic tables. There are coin-operated hot showers, well maintained outhouses, ladies' and men's wash houses with outlets for hair dryers and razors; a dryer and a popular and unusual children's playground.
The campground is well-treed and ideally located next to the Ringside Market, which offers a café, restaurants, bike shop and an array of shops and kiosks displaying local and imported arts and crafts. Here you will find Hornby Island Coop – a well-stocked grocery/hardware store that is handy to your campsite. The gas bar is just across the street from the shopping area.
...Tribune Bay Campsite is the perfect spot to set up camp, walk to the beach, walk to the store and let your car have a vacation.
Photo credit: Barb Biagi
To enjoy Hornby Island's magnificent natural beauty, Tribune Bay Campsite is the perfect spot to set up camp, walk to the beach, walk to the store and let your car have a vacation. Many campers like to bring bikes, kayaks and skim boards, to partake in some of the many sports and activities available on the island.
Tribune Bay Provincial Park overlooks a long bay of white-sand beach with shallow, temperate water, ideal for swimmers and castle-builders, young and old. There are many hiking and cycling trails through the park and all over Hornby Island. Dogs are not allowed in the Provincial Park area of the beach, but you can take them on the trails. Although the Provincial Park closes at 9 pm, there is a substantial section of the beach that is not part of the park. Here you can have your dog and make a campfire in the pits provided.