No amenities available.
I know this spot sounds rough -- because it is. However, it is fairly private with extra room to set up a tent and an outdoor cooking area. Partial mountain view to watch sunset is a bonus. You can get drinking water from my house, but no bathroom privileges. There are no dumping stations on Hornby. When you get ready to leave, some rearranging of vehicles may be required to clear you a turn around spot.
Usually under campfire ban in summer -- so please comply.
No generators -- but may be able to recharge some of your devices when necessary.
The driveway is very rough and narrow -- has potholes. I can drive my truck with camper up it, but often have branches scraping top. Your parking location will be on a power line access road. You will have to back out when leaving as road does not go through.
Summer time here and on Hornby can get very busy. Even if the dates are showing available, I may not be able to accommodate you. I am new to this service, but I will try to keep it up-to-date.
Hornby Island campgrounds are often completely full for July and August because so many people are attracted to the big sandy beach and many trails all over the island.