Our wild and natural setting is at the heart of Tofino's recreation and community experience. The District of Tofino encourages residents and visitors to explore and enjoy all of our beautiful outdoor spaces, parks and natural areas.

Village Green Park 

Tofino’s Village Green is the main hub in town. The Village Green comprises a large green space, tennis courts, basketball courts, a kids playground, a skate park and a large covered gazebo. This park is located in the center of town, on the corner of Third Street and Campbell Street. In the summer the park is full of families, kids, grandparents and visitors. During the summer months Tofino’s local market sets up in the park on Saturdays, making it even more of a bustling stop over.

Tonquin Park





Tonquin Park encompasses a number of beaches and over 3km of walking trails. The park is located in the town core and can be accessed from the trail head at the Tofino Community Hall or from the access at the end of Tonquin Beach Road. There are outhouse style washrooms as the beach entrances but no facilities at the beach, please pack out your garbage and help keep our parks clean.

Tuff City Bike Park 








This mountain bike park is Tofino’s newest addition to it’s outdoor playground.  The park is located beside the Tofino Community Hall and includes a pump track, table top jumps, a learning area, ladder planks and other natural obstacles. The park is ‘use at your own risk’ so please think safety first when biking in the park. If you’re in Tofino with your bike the bike park is a fun stop for the whole family!

Tuff City Skate Park

Tofino’s skate park has come a long way from the concrete pad and the plywood ramps that it used to be, thanks to the hard work and fundraising efforts of Tofino’s passionate community members. The skate park is one of the most well used parks in Tofino, whether you are a skater a scooter, a BMX’er or a bystander, the skate park offers entertainment value for everyone. The skate park is located in the Village Green on the corner of Third Street and Neill Street.

Centennial Park

Centennial park is centrally located on the corner of First Street and Arnet Road. The park is a great place to stop in the summer for a picnic or to run around and play on your way down to Tonquin Beach. Centennial Park has recently undergone upgrades and the park now includes a covered gazebo, a bocce court, horseshoe pits, a kids play structure and a two person swing. The park also has a wide and level walking path, making it a great place for seniors to enjoy as well.

Bert Demeria Memorial Park

This undeveloped parkland sits at the top of the Clayoquot View Estates subdivision on Lone Cone Road, and can be accessed off of Alberto Road. The park is in an elevated location providing excellent views across the harbour. The park currently consists of a large grassy field, two memorial benches and some newly planted trees. A three phase development plan has been designed for Bert Demeria Park and phase one is nearly complete. The next two phases will expand the park to include playing fields, a kids play area, washrooms, a parking area and gravel walking paths.

Grice Park and Kayak Launch

This park is located at the harbour end of First Street and is locally known as the kayak launch. This is the only designated location close to Tofino’s centre providing public access for carrying kayaks to the water. Park amenities include a loading area, a concrete kayak launch, a stationary outdoor rowing machine, and several picnic tables. There is limited parking in the area and the loading area can be overcrowded during peak season. A historic anchor is also located in the park.

Third Street Look Out

Commonly known as Anchor Park, this lookout point is located at the northern end of Third Street. It has a beautiful view over to Meares Island and is the site of several memorial benches and two picnic tables. A historic anchor is located in this area, along with a plaque giving background information on its origin. The park is connected to the walkway that lines Main Street, and is a lovely stop over for a quiet place to sit or enjoy lunch.


For information on Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, please visit the Parks Canada Website.