Saturna certainly extends the welcome mat to visitors, but booking accommodations early is recommended.
There are a half-dozen B&Bs with orchards, private beaches, forests or waterfront views; a handful of cottages and vacation rentals; and a small resort-style inn, which adds up to about three dozen beds in total. Note: Most accommodations are closed during the winter months.
Tent pads, tent platforms, and pit toilets are part of the experience when snagging one of seven walk-in campsites in a sheltered nook at Little Bay. This cove nestled in the larger Narvaez Bay on the island's western shoreline is accessible by kayak or a half-hour trail leading from the end of Narvaez Bay Road. The sites are the only camping option on the island.