Back to nature – back to warm summer swimming and a wonderful art and culture filled community. Hornby Island is a magical summer place to be.
is the destination of choice for camping on Hornby Island
Tribune Bay Campsite is the largest campground on Hornby Island, situated adjacent to the beautiful Tribune Bay Provincial Park.
The park overlooks a white-sand beach with shallow, temperate water, ideal for swimmers and sand castle-builders, young and old. There are picnic facilities in the park - no dogs allowed. There are many hiking and cycling trails through the park and all over Hornby Island. Birds and aquatic life are plentiful.
Just two minutes' walk from the provincial park is Tribune Bay Campsite, with 120 drive-in sites, each one unique, 19 of which have electrical hook-up, all with fire pits and picnic tables. There are coin-operated hot showers, outhouses, 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 gas bar, café, restaurant, bike shop and an array of shops and kiosks displaying local and imported arts and crafts, and our Co-op. To enjoy Hornby Island's magnificent natural beauty, Tribune Bay Campsite is the perfect spot