There are a number of ways to explore all that Tofino has to offer. Find the transportation options that best suit you.
Access remote points throughout Clayoquot Sound, along with breathtaking views, by seaplane or helicopter.
50 Wingen Lane (adjacent to The Shore building)Box 896Tofino, BC
If you’re flying directly into the Tofino-Long Beach Airport (YAZ), Budget Car Rental maintains a small fleet of vehicles. We recommend booking your rental ahead of arrival.
Tofino Bus offers transportation in & out of Tofino to Ucluelet, Port Alberni & beyond with a set schedule. TikiBus offers an on-demand, flexible route service. Please contact them directly (below) for more info.
TikiBus comes to you!Tofino, BC
346 D Campbell StreetBox 207Tofino, BC
Distance To Tofino: 0.2km
Need a lift within Tofino, or to another destination? Our locally-owned taxi, rideshare, and shuttle providers are here to help.
Box 865Tofino, BC
For those that want to explore our vast areas only accessible by water!
750 Campbell StreetTofino, BC
Distance To Tofino: 1.4km
606 Campbell StreetTofino, BC
Tofino’s coastal temperate climate allows for cycling throughout the year! Do as many of the local residents do and ride to town or to the beaches on the Multi-Use Path.
Unit B 1180 Pacific Rim HighwayTofino, BC
Pay parking is now in effect at beaches within the District of Tofino, that is,
Cox Bay Beach, at Maltby Road, and the public access by the entrances to Long Beach Lodge and Cox Bay Beach Resorts, Chesterman Beach, at the South Chesterman and North Chesterman parking lots, and Lynn and Chesterman Beach Roads, Thornberg Crescent and Osprey Lane.
MacKenzie Beach (at the Hellesen Drive public access), and
Tonquin Beach, at Tonquin Park Road. Use this Tofino Beach Pay Parking Map to view pay parking areas.
Parking is limited in the town core. To keep things running smoothly, keep an eye on time limit signs and respect business, loading and residential parking zones. Pay parking for vehicles (including RVs) is available adjacent to the Municipal Office at 121 Third Street, see map. Don’t have a car or want unlimited time to look around? Check out our alternative transportation options here. Also: remember that parking facing the wrong way will get you a ticket in Canada.
Recreational Vehicles: Recreational Vehicle (RV), motorhome and camper parking is available in town but limited to designated areas. Follow directional signage to find the appropriate locations
Boat Trailer parking: Parking for boat trailers and vehicles is regularly unavailable, at Tofino boat launches. Visitors are advised to arrange parking at their accommodation.
At the beaches: Pay parking is now in effect. Please read the information below:
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve: Park use passes are required for access and parking to Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Hourly and day pass tickets are available for purchase at machines in designated parking areas. Annual passes are available at the Park Administration Centre year-round and seasonally at the Kwistis Visitor Centre at Wickanninish Beach.
Boat Trailer parking: Parking for boat trailers and vehicles is extremely limited, and regularly is not available, at Tofino boat launches. Visitors are advised to arrange parking at their accommodation.
There are a few charging stations in Tofino. 100% of the ports are level 2 charging ports and 82%of the ports offer free charges for your electric car.
The sani-station in Tofino is located at the Co-op gas station and the fee is a total of $5.60. If you also purchase gas, then the use of the sani-dump is free. Green Point campground in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve has one, reserved for on-site campers.
Entry and service fees are charged at most national parks and national historic sites, where revenues are kept to support visitor services and facilities.
Please follow this link for the fees in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
See the Parks Canada admission page to find details about the following pass options and to purchase online :
Village of Tofino
This *free* hop on – hop off summer shuttle runs between Tofino’s village centre and the Tofino Visitor Centre, from the end of June to the beginning of September. The 2021 service has concluded.
URGENT Update: Travelling to Tofino during COVID-19
Updated Highway 4 Road Closure Schedule at Kennedy Hill