6 Great Accommodations For Under $100 on Salt Spring Island

By Josh Wicks @the.vagrant.optimist

Perhaps you've heard of Salt Spring Island. If you're visiting Vancouver Island and curious about exploring other beautiful islands in the Pacific Northwest, this is a notable one to spend a weekend on. And here are some beautiful places to stay and enjoy for less than $100/night.

Great Accommodations For Under $100 on Salt Spring Island Map

Great Accommodations For Under $100 on Salt Spring Island Places

  • Blue Cat Cottage Bed and Breakfast
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      Don't let the size of this cute little cottage fool you. The Blue Cat Cottage has a big comfortable queen size bet and a pull-out couch perfect for kids. It's equipped with WiFi, cable TV and a DVD player with a list of available movies on request. And what cottage is complete without board games! Amenities include a small kitchenette with a bar fridge and a KEURIG coffee maker. This is a good spot for a quiet get-away.

  • Fulford-Dunderry Guest House
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      Fulford-Dunderry is a serene waterfront property located on nearly 2 acres in the village of Fulford, on Salt Spring Island. There are 2 types of accommodations available. The first is a guest house that sleeps 7 people, with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a private entrance. It is self-contained with 3 balconies overlooking the waterfront. That one is not less than $100/night. However, on the other side of the property is a cozy backpackers cabin with a kitchenette, a private bathroom /shower, and a large deck overlooking the waterfront. If you can reserve this place for the weekend, you're set!

  • Cedar Beach Resort &Campground
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      Yep, it's a resort, but there are campsites available year-round in natural, tall tree settings. All sites have sewer hook-ups, water, and 30 amp power, as well as a fire ring and picnic table. There are also hot showers and a toilet house, including handicapped-accessible units. Where's the beach? St. Mary Lake is just a short walk away.

  • Ruckle Provincial Park
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      Ruckle Provincial Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the southern Gulf Islands. Its 7 kilometers of shoreline overlooking the Swanson channel make it a very desirable campground with virtually no boring spots to pitch a tent. And the wildlife! Chances are good you'll witness sea lions and killer whales playing out in the sea. Ruckle Provincial Park has 78 walk-in campsites- 20 of them have tent pads, and most are available on a first-come-first served basis. Facilities are basic, but the group fire pits are epic. Bring your musical instruments!

  • Mowhinna Creek Campground
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      Mowhinna Creek Campground has full and partial service RV sites and tent sites, as well as 2 little cabins available for rent. Lots of options, including some very sunny, open campsites, and some more in the tree-covered shade. This campground is a great place for kids as it has flush toilets and a playground.

  • Garden Faire Gallery Nursery & Campground
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      A campground in a lush old-growth forest right next to Mouat Park Trails. Dog-friendly and just a 10-minute walk to all the amenities in downtown Ganges. A great place to stay for first-time Salt Spring visitors.

  • Blue Cat Cottage Bed and Breakfast

    Don't let the size of this cute little cottage fool you. The Blue Cat Cottage has a big comfortable queen size bet and a pull-out couch perfect for kids. It's equipped with WiFi, cable TV and a DVD player with a list of available movies on request. And what cottage is complete without board games! Amenities include a small kitchenette with a bar fridge and a KEURIG coffee maker. This is a good spot for a quiet get-away.

    February 6, 2021
  • Fulford-Dunderry Guest House

    Fulford-Dunderry is a serene waterfront property located on nearly 2 acres in the village of Fulford, on Salt Spring Island. There are 2 types of accommodations available. The first is a guest house that sleeps 7 people, with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a private entrance. It is self-contained with 3 balconies overlooking the waterfront. That one is not less than $100/night. However, on the other side of the property is a cozy backpackers cabin with a kitchenette, a private bathroom /shower, and a large deck overlooking the waterfront. If you can reserve this place for the weekend, you're set!

    February 6, 2021
  • Cedar Beach Resort &Campground

    Yep, it's a resort, but there are campsites available year-round in natural, tall tree settings. All sites have sewer hook-ups, water, and 30 amp power, as well as a fire ring and picnic table. There are also hot showers and a toilet house, including handicapped-accessible units. Where's the beach? St. Mary Lake is just a short walk away.

    February 6, 2021
  • Ruckle Provincial Park

    Ruckle Provincial Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the southern Gulf Islands. Its 7 kilometers of shoreline overlooking the Swanson channel make it a very desirable campground with virtually no boring spots to pitch a tent. And the wildlife! Chances are good you'll witness sea lions and killer whales playing out in the sea. Ruckle Provincial Park has 78 walk-in campsites- 20 of them have tent pads, and most are available on a first-come-first served basis. Facilities are basic, but the group fire pits are epic. Bring your musical instruments!

    February 6, 2021
  • Mowhinna Creek Campground

    Mowhinna Creek Campground has full and partial service RV sites and tent sites, as well as 2 little cabins available for rent. Lots of options, including some very sunny, open campsites, and some more in the tree-covered shade. This campground is a great place for kids as it has flush toilets and a playground.

    February 6, 2021
  • Garden Faire Gallery Nursery & Campground

    A campground in a lush old-growth forest right next to Mouat Park Trails. Dog-friendly and just a 10-minute walk to all the amenities in downtown Ganges. A great place to stay for first-time Salt Spring visitors.

    February 6, 2021