One of the nicest National Park campgrounds we’ve ever been to. The price is a little higher than the usual $25 or so for other Canadian NP sites but that’s because every site has electricity. This ended up being really helpful because most of the sites are so heavily shaded by the many trees that our solar panel barely got any voltage. Also, the bathroom buildings are newly renovated and extremely nice as far as campground bathrooms go (push button showers though) so we didn’t feel like we overpaid at all. Green Point is right on its own stretch of Long Beach that connects to the main Long Beach area that’s a popular spot for surfing. It’s about a 20 minute drive whether you want to go into Tofino or into Ucluelet, which makes it a really good home base. Understandably, it’s a very popular place in the summertime so be sure to make a reservation online beforehand.
Last thing to remember is that in addition to the camping fees, there is a daily entrance fee into Pacific Rim Reserve itself (per person, per day). We ended up buying the Parks Canada Discovery Pass for $136 so we don’t have to worry about the extra fees in our travels for the rest of the year; had we not, we would have had to pay an extra $50 for our 3-day trip at Pacific Rim. Worth looking into ahead of time if you plan to do any other exploring in Canada’s National Parks.