Why we like it
- Unique floating lodge, situated in the protected Glendale Cove part of the 100km Knight inlet fjord
- Remote and untouched, Knight Inlet offers one of the most serene landscapes in British Columbia
- Just 16 guests rooms all overlooking the wilderness where grizzlies are often spotted
- The largest concentrations of grizzly (brown) bears in British Columbia.
- Prime location for bear viewing during fall season, when the salmon are returning to the river.
About Knight Inlet Lodge
Knight Inlet Lodge offers you one of the premier grizzly bear viewing spots in the world, set amidst the dramatic snow-capped peaks of Canada's rugged coastline. Located 80 kilometers, north of Campbell River, British Columbia, is a wild and remote area of the Pacific Northwest known as Knight Inlet. This unique floating lodge is a perfect base if you are looking for adventure and fun whilst wanting to maintain your carbon footprint as the lodges' environmental stewardship responsibilities are known throughout Canada.
All rooms, 16 in total, feature comfortable queen size beds and private washrooms with showers. There are a couple of rooms with bunk beds for those families looking to share a room. Local alder hardwood furniture is featured in all rooms. The rooms all have a view of either Glendale Cove or the shoreline behind the lodge where it is not uncommon to see bears.