Osprey Cabins consists of four newly renovated cabins in the heart of Port Renfrew, close to all amenities and equipped with everything you need to make your next fishing or outdoor excursion as fun and comfortable as possible. Whether you’ve booked a fishing charter, on the tail end of a Juan de Fuca hiking trip, or you just need a place to unwind with friends after a day of surfing, hunting or exploring, our accommodation has got you covered.
Cabins 1 and 2 are duplex-style with two bunk beds and a futon sofa each. Cabins 3 and 4 are self-contained with two bunks each. All accommodation is located on a sprawling lawn with ample parking and plenty of space for boats or trailers. We’ve got a BBQ gazebo for year-round outdoor cooking, a spacious firepit area, plenty of picnic tables, and all the firewood you’ll need! The property is located in central Port Renfrew, within walking distance to the town’s three restaurants, the Pacific Gateway Marina, and is a two-minute drive from Port Renfrew’s main grocery/liquor store.
Only a two-hour drive from Victoria BC, Port Renfrew is one of the best destinations on the continent for salmon and halibut fishing. While the community itself is small, its location makes it a perfect hub for a wide array of other outdoor activities including hiking, beachcombing, Surfing, hunting, kayaking and birding. Situated amongst unparalleled natural beauty, Port Renfrew is the perfect place to catch the fish of your dreams, hike some of the world’s most picturesque trails, paddle through old growth forests, or simply escape the noise of the city.
Book Osprey Cabins in Port Renfrew as your homebase through the surf season.
Bring your own sleeping bags and towels and enjoy the firepit, BBQ station and convenience of being close to the South Island surf when it's pumping.
Experience renowned saltwater fishing out of our Port Renfrew accommodation. The picturesque coastline of southern Vancouver Island is world renowned for its diversity of gamefish and natural beauty.
Come experience what the locals and countless other guests from over the years already know: Port Renfrew is a world-class sportfishing destination.
The West Coast Trail is a 75 kilometer backpacking trail following the southwestern edge of Vancouver Island. It was constructed in 1907 to facilitate the rescue of shipwreck survivors along the coast, part of the then-treacherous ‘Graveyard of the Pacific.’ It is now part of Pacific Rim National Park and is often rated as one of the world’s best hiking trails.
It is open from May 1st until September 30th. It is accessible to hikers outside of this period but Parks Canada does not guarantee the accessibility of services (such as search and rescue) in the off season.
The San Juan and Gordon Rivers offer miles and miles of kayaking and canoeing, including some white water kayaking for the adventurers. Ocean kayaking is also a top draw in the area, as the Port San Juan shoreline makes for boundless scenic paddle strokes.
Port Renfrew is pure wilderness, and offers many hidden gems for fishing, swimming, kayaking, or just laying back and enjoying the scenery. Lizard Lake and Fairy Lake are a pair of beautiful lakes, both under 20 minutes from Port Renfrew. They offer trout fishing, light hiking and excellent swimming. Both lakes are equipped with sturdy docks and make prime summer day trips for families
Completed in 2009, The Pacific Marine Circle Route is a 250 kilometer drive looping from Victoria to Sooke, through to Cowichan Lake, Nanaimo, and then back to the Saanich Peninsula via Duncan. The route passes through many Island attractions including provincial parks, historical trails, wineries, cideries, and much more. Recommended stops include Avatar Grove, home to an old-growth cedar, widely considered to be Canada's gnarliest tree
Our accommodation in Port Renfrew is a stunning 2 hour drive from downtown Victoria BC, passing through the coastal communities of Sooke and Jordan River as well the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park.
You can also drive in from the Cowichan Valley utilizing the Circle Route, a roughly 2.5 hour trip total from the harbour city of Nanaimo.
Let us know the dates you are considering and which cabin(s) you would like.