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Stay in a Lighthouse B&B on the Oregon Coast

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Stay at Heceta Head Lighthouse B&B on the Oregon Coast. The Light Keeper’s home, circa 1894, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places along with the lighthouse. Enjoy a 7 course breakfast and more!

Visiting Ucluelet: Come for the Storm Watching, Stay for the West Coast Charm

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Visiting Ucluelet: Come for the storm watching, stay for the West Coast charm! Enhance your Vancouver Island experience by enjoying local attractions and amenities right in the town of Ucluelet including attractions, a distillery, cafes, and more.

The Wild Pacific Trail: Shipwrecks, Love Locks, Lighthouse Lookouts

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The 8km Wild Pacific Trail is the vision and initiative of Ucluelet’s “Oyster Jim” Martin in action. Built with funds donated to the Wild Pacific Trail Society in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island.

Places to Storm Watch in Ucluelet and Tofino

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I recently toured around Pacific Rim National Park with Parks Canada, and the Wild Pacific Trail with an interpretive guide, and they’ve shown me some of the safest, coolest places to storm watch in Ucluelet and Tofino.