Take your time
            to rest, reflect, refresh.


On Nisg̱a’a Lands, you’re far from the traffic and crowds. Here visitors find a range of accommodations, from rustic campgrounds to cozy bed-and-breakfast-style accommodation. For visitors looking to stay overnight on Nisg̱a’a Lands, we highly recommend advanced reservations as accommodations are limited. Wherever you choose to stay, we trust you’ll be moved by the spirit of Aam Wil Bakwsim’—the welcoming hospitality of the Nisg̱a’a people.

Vetter Falls Lodge

Nisg̱a’a Memorial Lava Bed Park

Located in the heart of Anhluut’ukwsim Lax̱mihl Angwinga’asa’anskwhl (Nisg̱a’a Memorial Lava Bed Park), Vetter Falls Lodge is centrally located 90 kilometres north of Terrace, and is surrounded by coastal temperate rainforest near Ts’itksim Aks (Vetter Falls). Accessed from the Nisg̱a’a Highway 113, just before the village of Gitlax̱t’aamiks, Vetter Falls Lodge is near the Nisg̱a’a Visitor Centre and is a short drive from the Nisg̱a’a Museum. Vetter Falls Lodge is a comfortable and well-appointed B&B-style accommodation wholly owned by the Nisg̱a’a Nation. Full catering services are available. The property features a main lodge and one smaller cabin. Four double occupancy rooms are available in the main lodge; the cabin has a loft and two double occupancy rooms. Mountain bike and kayak rentals available. Vetter Falls Lodge is now open for bookings and welcoming visitors.

Lavinia’s B&B


Lavinia’s B&B provides spectacular views of Ḵ’alii-Aksim Lisims, delicious home-cooked meals, and hospitality that will bring you back again. Lavinia offers three rooms with queen-size beds and two guest bathrooms. A private seating area for guests features satellite HDMI TV, microwave, coffee pot, fireplace, and free Wi-Fi. Lunch and dinner provided at an extra cost. 403 Front Street, Ging̱olx. For reservations, call (250) 326-4335.

Ging̱olx Lodge


Nestled in the seaside village of Ging̱olx, the Lodge offers clean and comfortable motel-style accommodation for visitors traveling for business or pleasure. The lodge can accommodate up to 22 guests in 10 double occupancy rooms. Seven rooms feature private bathrooms. Each room has a mini fridge, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi. Continental breakfast is available. The common room has a microwave, hotplate, kettle and coffee for all guests. Meal service is available to guests. Catering and to-go options are available for non-guests. 1304 Broad Street, Ging̱olx. Reservations: (250) 326-4297 or gingolx.lodge@gingolx.net.

Nass Valley Bed & Breakfast


Modern accommodations in a Western Red Cedar post-and-beam duplex cabin nestled on 172 majestic acres. 87 Sand Lake Road, Gitlax̱t’aamiks. Reservations: (250) 633-2202, info@NVBB.ca, or visit our website.

Vetter Creek Campground

Nisg̱a’a Memorial Lava Bed Park

Located in Anhluut’ukwsim Lax̱mihl Angwinga’asanskwhl Nisga’a (Nisga’a Memorial Lava Bed Park) beside the Park Visitor Centre, Vetter Creek Campground offers 16 vehicle-accessible campsites, walk-in wilderness camping, as well as wheelchair accessible campsite and pit toilet. Campsites are booked onsite through a self-registration process on a first-come, first-served basis; campsite cannot be reserved in advance. There are large sites, double sites, and wheelchair accessible sites available. Water and firewood are available. Sani-dump facilities are not available at this campground but can be found at the Nass Camp campground. Additional information is available on the BC Parks website.

Grizzly Den RV Park and Gas Bar


The 11-stall RV park offers water, sewer, power, and Wi-Fi. The gas bar has both clear gas and clear diesel. 850 Highway Drive, Lax̱g̱alts’ap.

Dragon Lake Campground

6 kms north of Nass Camp

Dragon Lake Campground is located approximately 6 kms north of Nass Camp along the Nass Forest Service road (a.k.a. Cranberry Connector), an unpaved portion of Nisg̱a’a Highway 113. The campground contains eleven sites, three pit toilets, steel fire rings, picnic tables, bear-proof garbage containers, and a gravel boat launch onto Dragon Lake. Visitors are welcome to camp at no cost. Please contact Nisg̱a’a Lisims Government at (250) 633-3052 prior to using the site.

Nass Camp

12 kms from Gitlaxt’aamiks

Nass Camp is closed until further notice. Nass Camp is located 12 kms from Gitlax̱t’aamiks. While Nass Camp is primarily used to host workers, the 47-hectare property also provides space for RV and tent camping. The facilities at Nass Camp include electricity, water hook-ups, pit toilets, as well as the only sani-dump and grey water disposal on Nisg̱a’a Lands.


On Nisg̱a’a Lands, food services are limited but evolving. For a taste of Nisg̱a’a cooking, visit one of our restaurants or check our B&Bs and lodges for catering options.

Galdimwoot Convenience Store


A family-run convenience store in Lax̱galts’ap, Galdimwoot offers a selection of convenience foods and supplies. 801 Alder Drive, Lax̱g̱alts’ap. Phone: (250) 922-5438.

Ging̱olx Lodge Coffee House


Located in the heart of Ging̱olx, the Lodge is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike, offering fresh baked goods, slushies, frozen yoghurt, and coffee. Hours: weekdays 9 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. weekends/holidays: 12 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. 1304 Broad Street, Ging̱olx. Phone: (250) 326-4297.

U See Food U Eat It Restaurant


Taste the bounty of the sea at this popular fish and chips eatery that also serves butter clams, halibut burgers, halibut chowder, and seafood chowder. Hours: 11:30 a.m.—7 p.m. seven days a week. 206 Cliff St, Ging̱olx. Phone: (250) 326-4396.

Welcome House Café and Gift Shop


Overlooking the brilliant green of Ḵ’alii-Aksim Lisims and the beautiful, lunar-like landscape of the Nisg̱a’a lava beds, Welcome House features a gift shop selling local Nisg̱a’a arts, crafts, and gifts. Come in and browse, then stay for lunch, or take coffee and baked goods to go. 3003 Ts’oohl Ts’ap Avenue, Gitwinksihlkw. Phone: (250) 633-2507.