It's Time to Visit Jordan River, British Columbia

By Jessica Armstrong

Editor's note: This is a guest post written by Joe Schwartz.

Jordan River is located on the southern reaches of the west coast of Vancouver Island. Only a short drive from the largest city on the island (and the province's capital), Victoria, the Jordan River area maintains a mystique and sense of remoteness not affected by its proximity to a big city.

Nothing looks more relaxing than enjoying the sunset while roasting s'mores right by the ocean.

Step inside your dream accommodation.

Where to stay

Don't you want to call this charming woodland cabin on Jordan Island your home away from home, too?

That funky vibe extends to Vancouver Island's accommodations, too. On the very southern reaches of the island's famous West Coast lies the hamlet of Jordan River. Once a mining and logging town, Jordan River is most well-known for its surf breaks and miles of wild coastline, all connected by the Juan de Fuca trail, a 29-mile (or 47-kilometer) trek along desolate beaches and through tangled forest.

Just outside of Jordan River, nestled amongst the towering Douglas firs, cedar trees, and hemlock is this stunning, secluded cabin. The cabin's hosts, J.S. and Candice, had lived in the area for almost a decade, observing more and more tourists arriving each year. Besides the local campsites, there wasn't much else in terms of accommodation for the area's growing number of visitors.


Guests will feel cozy and comfortable their entire stay at this unique rental in British Columbia.

Taking matters into their own hands, J.S. and Candice built the cabin three years ago, hoping to provide a welcoming space for everyone from weekend road-trippers to international visitors. Their goal with the cabin was to create a clean, well-built, and relaxing space. The minimalist interior design was intended to make guests feel comfortable and not distracted by unnecessary details.

While the modern appearance of the cabin may feel at odds with the towering trees surrounding the cabin, it all comes together perfectly when you're cozy in bed, listening to the wind whistle through the trees, or sipping a warm coffee on the patio as the morning sun filters through the branches above.

Guests will leave this cabin and immediately want to plan their next trip back!

What to do in the area

The Jordan River area boasts quality restaurants and places like the Sheringham Distillery, which offers tours and tastings on the weekends. Just minutes from the cabin are a few options to eat, including amazing breakfast and lunch sandwiches at the Cold Shoulder Café, wood-fired pizza at Stoked Pizzeria, and one of the most incredible dining room ocean views and classy cuisine at the Point No Point Resort (including binoculars on each table for dinner-time whale watching).

Glamping Hub personally thanks Joe and the hosts of this gorgeous and unbeatable cabin rental for allowing us to feel like we were a part of the glamping getaway in Jordan River!


You can see more of Joe's adventure in British Columbia and learn more about the properties on Gibbon Whistler. You can also your very own stay at this cabin on Jordan River, here.