Toquaht Nation

1971 Peninsula Road PO Box 759 Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0

Toquaht First Nation has 7 Traditional Village Sites covering 1500 hectares and is the smallest of the Nuu-chah-nulth Central Region Nations with 139 members most of whom live living away from home.
There are 6 reserve sites. The only inhabited site is Macoah. It is located by Macoah Passage just west of Toquaht Bay on the north side Barkley Sound. Protected by a group of Islands, Macoah is where a number of the Toquaht Band Members make their home. It was populated many years ago but had lain vacant for several years. About 25 years ago 9 houses were built on it and a few members moved back. It is accessed by sea or Toquaht Forest Service Road off of Highway 4.
The 5 other sites are Deekyakus, Chenatha, Dookqua, Dookqua (a), and Stewart Bay. All located within Barkley Sound.