Bella Paciifica is a good choose - especially if you are able to score one of the sites right down on the beach, have stayed there many times. Need to book way in advance - unless you happen to have a family member who manages the resort it belongs to
Sadly they switched jobs a few years ago but the good news is they have a great spot right on the beach in their driveway that works well for my small trailer
Pacific Rim National park also has camping but again you need to book early and the sites are not on the water. I have noted the park does often have vacancy signs out if you are there mid week. If you get in line early in the day you *might * get in without reservations.
Resort is located right on the water so its an easy/short walk to the beach but sites are on the small side and few if any actually have a water view. They have cabins for rent down at the water. Its probable the highest end of the campgrounds - very clean campground with lots of amenities. So pricing is high.
There is also a campground at the Long Beach Golf Course
. VERY rustic and probable the most run down of your options in the area but its also the cheapest. If your simple looking for an inexpensive spot to park the trailer close to Tofino it works.
An option between the most expensive and the least expensive & within a easy drive to Tofino is Surf Junction
. Most of the sites are fairly large and lots of trees for privacy. The do have power at many of the the sites. Its located right between Uclelect and Wickaninish Beach - 8km either direction. Its also not located right on the beach though.
For something different if you are willing to do just a day trip to Tofino only is the Toquart Bay area - its on the beach and a great spot if you are into Kayaking as its only an hours paddle out to the Broken Islands. It was a popular fishing campground for years - again really rough but it was closed down a few years ago due to some issues with the water supply. I understand they have built a new campground called Secret Beach
by the old campground. Not been there as I think they only opened it last summer, so can't tell you much about it. But suspect it will be pretty rustic and popular with the kayakers and fishermen as well with sites pretty close together. Its about an 8 mile drive up a gravel road to get to it but the road is very do able with a trailer. The turn off is off the main highway about 10 miles before you get to the Tofino/Ucluelet junction - its on the left heading west. There are signs but its easy to miss due to being just a gravel road.
If you are wanting more wilderness camping on the beach is Mussel Beach
- again its a bit of a drive from Tofino but an easy day trip. Its a popular campground for the Tofino locals. No power or water so bring your own and its a forest road going in - which is partly paved but mostly a graded gravel - easy to pull on. View from campground is the Broken Islands. $30 a night for beach sites and $25 for non beach sites.
There is also a campground right in downtown Ucluele
t - is a handy location but its again pretty run down and not really wilderness camping. The photos on their website make it appear a lot better than it really is.