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This is the third year we have camped at Bella Pacifica and we absolutely love it. The beach is so close to all the campsites and McKenzie beach is just beautiful. We have a small RV and parked it on Seaview Terrace, and the views...More
This place has the potential to be amazing, but having so many sites situated so close together makes it noisy and attracts lots of crows. The staff were fine, but very busy so it certainly wasn't at the level we experienced during the rest of...More
We stayed at campsite 93. Now on first appearance it looked like it didn't exist. You had to walk through trees on a path to get to the space where the picnic table, fire pit and space for a tent was. We called it our...More
Bella Pacifica is beautifully located right on Mackenzie Beach. It is an easy 10 minute drive to town and a 5km bike ride if you choose to ditch the car. The beach is clean and beautiful with paddle board rentals near by. Amenities are also...More
We've been once in August 2011 and again in July 2016. Nice sites although some are very small. Staff was ok, they were always busy and a bit dismissive.Amenities are good, washers, dryers, showers, flush toilets. They have free wifi, it was decent and enough...More
Just wondering how much the firewood is and if it comes chopped up well enough to start a fire or if we should bring an axe/hatchet?
Also, how much are the showers, what coins to the machines take?
19 July 2016|
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The firewood was 6 or 8 dollars. It was chopped up, but not well enough to start a fire. I would bring an axe. The firewood was also wet when we bought it from the campground. It was kind of hard to start a fire. The gas... More
The firewood was 6 or 8 dollars. It was chopped up, but not well enough to start a fire. I would bring an axe. The firewood was also wet when we bought it from the campground. It was kind of hard to start a fire. The gas stations and grocery store sold firewood and theirs seemed better.
I think the showers were $1, but I'm not 100% sure about that.
I hope this helps! Enjoy your trip!
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"Site #8 is the largest site and easy to back a larger RV into."