Knight Inlet Lodge has a webcam that you can see on our website. We plan on adding a couple more in the spring / early summer of 2012 so keep checking back to see what we are up to. If you enjoy looking at webcams our floatplane provider Vancouver Island Air has an excellent webcam page that you may enjoy.
Richard Davis & Praline Barrand May 2011
What a wonderful experience!!
Our visit to Knight Inlet Lodge was the 2 days of our Canadian holiday we were most looking forward to & it did not disappoint.
From the moment we were met at Campbell River airport by Harold, the Knight Inlet Lodge shuttle driver everything was perfect. The information Harold shared on what lay ahead only magnified our excitement level.
summer at Knight Inlet Lodge
We were at Knight Inlet 7-8-9 August this year.
Knights Inlet, Sept. 2009 four days that will be etched in my memory forever and when my memory fails, I have my photos to look back on (thanks to Phil and team for returning my camera after I left it behind).
The people you meet. Being an animal person myself I have little time for people. However through the common goal of seeing grizzly bears in the wild we some how magically came to know those strangers sitting across from us at Vancouver airport. In fact we now email one another to share our stories and photos of our great adventure at Knights Inlet.
Before we left Australia we had no idea what an introduction to Canadian fiord scenery and wild life we were about to experience.
This introduction commenced from day one with the float plane’s picturesque flight from Campbell River through the mountain valleys and across the lakes to the lodge.
Knight Inlet Lodge
Knight Inlet Lodge might be the only place in the world that earns air miles for its recycling! While that may be a bit of a stretch the reality is that our remote location, accessible on a regular basis only by floatplane, means that the majority of our recycling is flown out to Campbell River’s recycling center.