Lodging & Camping
Located on 50+ acres of heritage farm land. Our BnB is the oldest house on the island, built in 1892. The house is nestled in old growth orchards and surrounded by gardens. For the more adventurous our hike in tent campground offers spectacular views. Enjoy your own private beach and hiking trails. Kayakers are always welcome!
Call 1-587-580-6463, Saturna Island
6 Lily Lane at East Point
Our heritage cottage is situated on a private, one acre point, right at the water's edge. There are tidal pools to the left and sandy pebbly beaches to the right. Wake up to the sun rising over East Point Park, and finish the day watching the ever changing sunset spread it's glow down Tumbo Channel. The Bald eagles will call good mooring to you, inviting you to follow the goats as they wander through East Point Park. Watch the deer nibbling on the forest from the kitchen window. Wander over to Cliffside, or the Park to wait for the Orcas to swim by so close you can almost touch them. When you decide to spend time inside, you will find the cottage warm and welcoming. There are European duvets on all the beds, a fully stocked kitchen and propane barbecue for the gourmet cook in the group, and a wood burning fireplace in the living room to cozy up to at the end of the day.
Call 250-718-7407, Saturna Island
Fully Equipped cottages located on a sunny beach by the Gulf Islands National Park at East Point. Peaceful Surroundings with view of Mount Baker and great whale watching. Pet-friendly.
Call 604-929-9829, Saturna Island
Fabulous ocean side accommodation overlooking the North Shore and Cascade Mountains. Our beautiful suites are equipped with TV/DVDs, WiFi, private bathrooms, queen beds, hide-a-beds, and BBQs for your convenience. Explore the beach - watch for eagles, otters, whales, etc... Come and enjoy!
Call 250-539-5463, Saturna Island
Sandy Bay Bed & Breakfast
Two waterfront rooms overlooking a quiet sandy beach. En-suite bathrooms, separate entrances, private dining and sitting area. Room #2 has an adjoining room for families or larger groups.
Call 250-539-2641, Saturna Island
Gulf Islands National Park Reserve safeguards a number of islands, islets and reefs in the Southern Gulf Islands. A large portion of Saturna Island is protected by the park reserve and here you will find a gateway to adventurous hiking, boating, kayaking, backcountry camping, wildlife viewing including first class land based whale-watching at East Point, breathtaking viewpoints including Mt. Warburton Pike (the highest peak in the park reserve) and spectacular shorelines to explore. Camping on Saturna: Located at the eastern end of Narvaez Bay Rd, Narvaez Bay Campground is a small and tranquil 7-site backcountry campground with picturesque views of the bay and nearby hiking trails. Ideal for cycle camper or kayakers. Parking available off Narvaez Bay Road. Follow a short (1.7km) trail to the self registration - first come, first serve campsites. Facilities are limited and pets must be on leash at all times. You must pack in and pack out and there are no fires allowed at any time.
Call 1-866-944-1744, Saturna Island
This casually elegant lodge overlooking Boot Cove has 6 rooms, each with a private bath. Three rooms boast a water-view, balcony or patio. There is one 2-bedroom suite and a large common area for all to enjoy. Local artist's works adorn the lodge and are available for purchase. Lodge guest's will enjoy a complimentary gourmet breakfast at the fully licensed Mill House Restaurant or, partake in the U-B-Que dinner experience. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, complete with a hot tub, this pet-friendly lodge is the perfect setting for romantic getaways, wedding and retreats.
Call 250-539-2254, Saturna Island
At the public dock: marine and auto fuel, marine oil; fishing gear & bait; ice, beverages, snacks & ice cream; convenience provisions; fax & photocopy; local artwork, gifts & books; ATM; free Wi-Fi; garbage disposal (for fee); tenting sites, shower and laundry facilities accessilbe by foot from the dock.
Call 250-539-5726, San Juan Island