Destinations

Knight Inlet Lodge

About Knight Inlet Lodge

In Glendale Cove, 60km from the mouth of Knight Inlet, you will find the floating Knight Inlet Lodge. Surrounded by the dramatic snow peaked mountains that capture the essence of Canada’s rugged coastline, Knight Inlet Lodge is at the heart of a natural paradise.

This is a great place to view grizzly bears, with sometimes as many as 50 within a 10km radius of the lodge in the autumn when the salmon are spawning. Originally a logging camp, the lodge still has some of the features representing this time in the early 1940’s as well as modern influences where the lodge has grown and been refurbished. The lodge was converted to a modern, comfortable facility in 2013 for the purpose of wilderness tourism.

Guest cabins are comfortable and cosy, a great place to come back to after tracking bears in the great outdoors!

Knight Inlet Lodge details

Style

A cosy floating lodge set in spectacular scenery with great views and Bear viewing.

Setting

Knight Inlet Lodge is in Glendale Cove, 60km from the mouth of Knight Inlet - the longest fjord on the British Columbian coastline. Just 80km form here you will find the Campbell River.

Accommodation & Facilities

Each of the 18 rooms features west coast style furnishings, with cedar panelled walls and brightly coloured bedding. All rooms have two queen sized beds, except four family rooms which have a queen and two single or bunk beds. Rooms all have private en-suite bathrooms.

The dining area is spacious and communal, with large tables for guests and large windows letting in the natural light.

Dining

There is a variety of options when dining here and specific dietary requirements can be catered for when prior notice is given. Fresh ingredients are flown in daily and seafood freshly caught in Knight Inlet is the star of the menu. Cuisine is in a west coast continental style and fine wines are also served.

Activities

This unique floating complex provides access to some exclusive activities including fantastic Grizzly Bear viewing, Whale Watching Tours, sea kayaking and forest walks. 

N.B. A low to moderate level of physical activity is required for all tours. This includes but is not limited to the ability to walk 100 – 200 metres on uneven and potentially slippery or muddy shoreline. If you have any concerns please contact us prior to booking for a more detailed description.

Child Policy

Children over 6 are generally allowed, however it is up to the parent to decide whether you child is ready for the requirements of group travel, will enjoy the experience and not compromise it for others. We suggest you speak to your Natural World Safaris specialist to discuss the specific trip requirements so you can decide on what is best.

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