We came in a week ago yesterday, August 31st and liked it so much we extended our stay not once, but twice. We did have to break down and move once but it was no big deal. The park is exceptionally beautiful, and the sites are private, surrounded on three sides with trees and hedges. The whole place is kept immaculate, and the Staff is very friendly and helpful. Free firewood, free showers, and complimentary coffee (Starbuck's) and tea each morning. A short walk to the beach offers some stunningly beautiful scenery. Despite the off again and on again rain, we are having a lovely time - and it's the first time we've been to Canada with our pup. We took the ferry from Anacortes WA to Sidney BC and then drove over to Tofino, about a 5-hour trip. The one rather negative thing we found is that *most* of the guests are quite unfriendly, those in neighboring campsites as well as people you pass on the campground roads while walking around. No eye contact and if you speak to them you may or may not receive a nod or a grunt in return. One exception seems to be young families with children. They smile and say "Hello!" more often than not. Since almost all of the license plates are from BC with just one from AK we have to assume people here are Canadians for the most part. So I have to ask: is this a normal trait of the culture here? Being from California we have always tried to be friendly if people seem receptive, and have met some really nice fellow campers in the places we've stayed. In fact, the couple across from us at the Deception Pass Stare Park Campground in Oak Harbor WA where we camped three weeks ago recommended Tofino when we told them we were planning to visit BC. We had never heard of this place and have had a wonderful time exploring around, finding great restaurants (notably 'The Wolf in the Fog'), and many art galleries and little unique shops. We'll be here until this coming Friday and then we leave for Weir's RV Beach Resort outside of Victoria. We'll stay for five days and then be on the road again. Maybe see more of this beautiful country or perhaps head back to the U.S. and enjoy a leisurely trip down the West Coast toward home.