When you stay on Saturna, you are part of the island family! Get cozy at one of our friendly, welcoming campgrounds. Many let you bring your four-legged friends too! Saturna is laid back and easy going but we also know how to have fun! Listen to live music and kick up your heels or pop in your earbuds and fall asleep on the beach. There is as much or as little to do as you wish. Watch the sun sink into the sky after hiking or biking up Mt. Warburton Pike or as the finish to a perfectly relaxing day just sitting back with a beverage, watching the eagles soar and maybe even an orca swim by. It is up to you! No matter what you do, it’s hard to find a more peaceful sleep anywhere else on earth.
103 East Point Road
About: Arbutus Point Campground is located just a short walk from the Saturna Island ferry terminal. BC Ferry service runs from Victoria on Vancouver Island, and from Vancouver on the mainland. Arbutus Point Campground features view tent sites with picnic tables, as well as new, ocean view wall tents with beds and decks. Bathroom, shower facilities, wash up area, drinking water and paid parking are all on site. There is easy access to restaurants and pub facilities, groceries and additional services, such as kayak and bicycle rentals. Please visit us at for more information and online reservations.
PO Box 88
Saturna Island, BC V0N 2Y0
About: Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, established in 2003, safeguards a number of islands, islets and reefs in the Southern Gulf Islands. A large portion of Saturna Island is protected by the park reserve and here you will find a gateway to adverturous hiking, boating, kayaking, back country camping, wildlife viewing including first class land based whale-watching at East Point, breathtaking viewpoints including Mt. Warburton Pike (the highest peak in the park reserve) and spectaular shorelines to explore. Camping on Saturna: Located at the eastern end of Narvaez Bay Rd, Narvaez Bay Campground is a small and tranquil 7-site backcountry campground with picturesque views of the bay and nearby hiking trails. Ideal for cycle camper or kayakers. Parking available off Narvaez Bay Road. Follow a short (1.7km) trail to the self registration - first come, first serve campsites. Facilities are limited and pets must be on leash at all times. You must pack in and pack out and there are no fires allowed at any time. Visit the website for details and map.