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Travel Advisories

Travel Advisories

As a first step in planning your trip to Ucluelet, it’s a good idea to check for travel advisories. Road construction and conditions can change quickly in the region.

**Google Maps and Apple maps are rerouting drivers to the backside of Sprout Lake to avoid construction areas along Highway 4. Do not take the “alternate route” and to stick to highway 4 unless BC Highways has made the recommendation. The only construction taking place along highway 4 between Port Alberni and the west coast continues at Kennedy Hill.**

As we move into a post COVID era, each local visitor and business operates at their comfort level. Some may ask you to wear a mask, and others will give you the option to do whatever is within your comfort level. Have a wonderful time while visiting Ucluelet, knowing we all respect your personal level of comfort

As you plan your trip to the coast, from time to time things happen along the journey. With the chance of un-precedented winter conditions, always refer to the Drive BC events page for the latest updates on road conditions.

Please use following links for more information on the location and status of EV charging stations:

Pacific Rim Visitor Center – DC Fast Electric Car Charging – 2791 BC-4, Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0, Canada – Park – PlugShare

Find every public charging station for electric cars | ChargeHub

If you have any further questions, contact Vancouver Island Community Relations

The Campfire ban has been lifted as of September 20th, 2022; however, the ban on Category 2, and Category 3 open fires is still in place. The following activities are also prohibited:

• Fireworks;
• Sky Lanterns;
• Binary Exploding Targets;
• Burn Barrels or Burn Cages of any size or description; and,
• Air Curtain Burners.

Please see link below for more details:

Ucluelet Outdoor Burning Bylaw.

To report a wildfire, unattended campfire, or open burning violation, call 1 800 663-5555 toll-free or *5555 on a cell phone.



Before coming to Ucluelet please make sure you’ve booked your accommodations/campsites in advance so you can make the most out of your time in the West Coast. Avoid backroad camping to help us keep the community and forest safe. Thank you!

Find News Release on backroad camping here.