Encompassing two contiguous parcels, the Beachcomber RV Resort is situated on just under 10 acres of land and provides over 1,300 lineal feet of low-bank, walk-on ocean frontage. Accessible via a beautiful rural, all-weather road, this hidden gem is located only 20 minutes from the Swartz Bay Ferry terminal and under 20 minutes to downtown Victoria, British Columbia’s capital city.
The property is comprised of three main components. The upper level of the property is situated at the end of Campion Road and is perched atop a bluff that offers breathtaking views to the east, over the Southern Gulf Islands and majestic Mount Baker in the far distance. This part of the property is partially situated in the Agricultural Land Reserve and is improved with a 1,176 square foot residence. The lower terrace is situated at sea level. This is the location of the RV park which features 60 seasonal RV sites, many of them immediately adjacent to a beautiful, swimmable beach. Between the upper and lower portions of the property is a forested bluff which rises from sea level to the upper bench and transitions to the productive agricultural lands to the west of the property.
Operating as the Beachcomber RV Park, the property generates seasonal income through the rental of serviced RV pads. Sites offer 15 and 30 amp power and water hookups. A 1,223 square foot, two-bedroom caretaker’s home and resort office anchor the resort and provides comfortable accommodation for an owner or a manager. Most of the RV sites are rented on a seasonal basis but nightly or weekly rentals are also a possibility.
Beachcomber has operated seasonally for many years and is run under the provisions of a Temporary Use Permit which has been renewed on multiple occasions. Designated as Destination Commercial in the Official Community Plan, the property can be rezoned to conform with the OCP and can accommodate tourist commercial development such as cabins or a boutique resort. Current zoning would also easily accommodate luxury residential development of the lands.