Long Beach, Tofino

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Beach · Nature / Park
The longest and widest beach in Pacific Rim National Park, Long Beach stretches for over 16 km (10 mi). You can spend hours exploring the beach, which is known for the amount of driftwood, seashells, crabs, and starfish that washes up on shore. Watch surfers ride the waves, go surfing yourself, or if the tide is low, swim. When the tide is high, exploring the beach can be dangerous as the logs on the beach can be swept into the ocean. Use our Tofino trip planner to visit Long Beach on your trip to Tofino, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • One of the best beach to visit. It's long, quite clean and the sound of wave is soothing. Highly recommend a visit even though parking could be a nightmare during peak visiting season.  more »
  • Always a treat to stop by Long Beach. Parking is pricey...but still worthwhile. It was a little too busy for my liking this visit...will go again pre or post summer months.  more »
  • Long Beach is absolutely breathtaking and well worth a visit. It is a surfer's paradise. However, you don't need to be a surfer to enjoy this beach, which is the longest sand beach on the west coast.....  more »
  • Very beautiful beach but very windy and cold when I visited in July 2020
  • Really long, also a beach.
  • Cute little beach, little bizarre on the beach walking fees tho
  • Awesome beach to surf! It can get packed tho but usually there is enough space as the name states, is a very long beach!
  • It's a long beach.🌊🏖️

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