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There is no question in our minds, if you have visited the www.longbeachlodgeresort.com, you have relaxed ocean side in our adirondack patio chairs. These hand crafted, locally salvaged, red cedar chairs are more than just a comfort piece, they are a symbol that connects you to the mountains, forests and sea.

Tofino Cedar Furniture
WOLF in the FOG
Tourism Tofino

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Thanks to the many visitors who joined us on our Marine Adventure Tour in 2016! This year we were able to raise $1652 that will proudly be donated to the Strawberry Isle Marine Research Society. The funds collected from our "Marine Mammal Research Fee" will help support the ongoing research of various marine ecosystems in Clayoquot Sound.

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Our Marine Adventure boat has come out of hibernation and will soon be ready to hit the waters. Seen below is Captain Josh Lewis prepping our Marine Adventure Tour boat for the 2017 season. The boat will be ready by March.10th, just in time for the Pacific Rim Whale Festival.

http://www.longbeachlodgeresort.com/…/marine-adventures.html

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Quiet Hibernation As We Wait For Spring

Each cocktail on the menu has been created with intention. Drawing inspiration from the land, the sea, and the people in this tiny town, Bar Manager Andre creates flavour profiles unlike any other.
Take a peak at our feature cocktail:

http://www.longbeachlodgeresort.com…/tofin…/1485813720.html
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Locals February Staycation Special.
The best vacations are the ones closest to home. Take a break this February (excl. Feb.10-12) with a night in the lodge and dining in the Great Room. $169/night with a $50 dining credit.
Eat, Sleep and Be Merry at the www.longbeachlodgeresort.com

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Make sure to tune into our webcam over the next few days! There is some excellent surf making its way to Tofino. You can expect swells peaking at 12ft@20 seconds over night and continuing throughout the week. We see 12ft swells quite often but it's the 20 second period that is rare for area. Generally we can can get anywhere from 8-15 seconds periods, but once the period exceeds 15 seconds, you can count on some powerful surf hitting the shores of #tofino.
"Swell period is a measure of the time, in seconds, between successive wave crests passing through a stationary point."
- www.coastalwatch.com
16 second plus swells are:
"Extremely powerful swells generated by distant storms and often travelling the breadth of the largest oceans to reach the beach. These swells can refract considerably as they approach shallower water, bending into sheltered coves, around significant headlands and focusing their energy on beach to create, with the right local conditions, ridable waves considerably larger than the swell height at the right spot" . - www.magicseaweed.com
http://www.longbeachlodgeresort.com/…/cox-bay-tofino-webcam…
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Penthouse Suites
Sink into an overstuffed chair in the living area with the heat of the fire warming your toes, the sound of the surf soothing your soul, and the oceanviews providing a true "WOW" factor.
You will feel truly pampered in the large oceanview bathroom with heated slate floors, an oversized soaker tub with separate shower, granite counter tops, cozy bathrobes and the natural amenity package displayed in a hand-woven kelp basket.
These large luxurious suites, located on the top floor of the Lodge are ideal for the celebration of a special occasion.
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Sponsor a Wildlife Camera:

Support Raincoast Education Society by sponsoring a wildlife research camera in our communities. With a minimum donation of $400 - the cost of one remote camera - we will send you photos of the animals detected by the camera you have donated throughout the research season. Maybe your camera will get visited by a river otter, wolf, or cougar! Other species our cameras have detected include black bears, deer, raccoons, rats, owls, domestic animals, birds and more.

All proceeds go directly toward CSWP research programs. Your support will facilitate our local learning and getting students outside into the natural world. Our schools strive to develop new courses and opportunities for local youth that will enhance their lives and the community! Please email us at info@raincoasteducation.org or call 250 725 2560 if you would like to sponsor a camera.

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