What we are
There is evidence of travelers visiting the area as far back as 1790, the RVs of the time being Spanish sailing vessels.
More recently, Mr. Weir would set up a table at the entrance to his property and charge a small fee to picnickers for access.
During the 1950s cabins were built on the beach and since that time Weir’s Beach has been a popular camping and later, Victoria RV destination for those “in-the-know”.
Today the secret is out. Sixty fully serviced sites and a newly renovated clubhouse with spacious comfortably appointed accommodations, inviting lounge area & laundry facilities are just a sample of the amenities awaiting your arrival.