A range of accommodation is available in and between all of the communities on Haida Gwaii.
Most are located along Highway 16, the main route that runs north-south along Graham and Moresby islands, or in communities.
Options range between motels, lodges, beach huts, rustic cabins, fancy cottages, mid-range, and upscale guest houses, bed and breakfasts, and a hostel. The summer season, between May and September, is the busiest time of the year so book ahead. Some rentals close in the winter.
Some areas have a bigger range of choices, such as the village of Queen Charlotte, the town of Masset, and the Tow Hill community, which is about 20 minutes east of Masset along North Beach.
On remote islands off of Haida Gwaii there are numerous upscale fishing lodges. Guests who stay here usually fly into Haida Gwaii, then fly immediately and directly to the lodges.
Each community has one or more campsites. Some of the official sites charge a fee, but various forestry sites throughout Graham and Moresby islands are free. Amenities at both types of sites are usually limited to benches or picnic tables, firepits and outhouses.