Take a break from the elements by stepping into the warm and welcoming Wild Renfrew Gifts. You’ll be greeted by the smell of pine, and beautiful displays featuring local artisans from around Vancouver Island and British Columbia. We have a little bit of everything to offer, including locally designed jewelry, handmade fishing reels and delicious cook books to help you prepare your catch, hiking gear and trail maps, organic snacks for the trip, and nautical decor that is sure to make you long for the sea. Discover the perfect West Coast treasure for your friends, family, or yourself! You’re bound to find something that you love, that will let you take a little piece of Port Renfrew home with you.

Featured Designers


PEETZ was founded in Victoria, British Columbia, in 1925 by Boris Cecil Peetz, a master jeweler who combined his love of fishing with his ability to fashion timeless, beautiful works of art. Today, PEETZ fishing reels continue to stand the test of time. Still crafted in Victoria, the reels are produced in limited numbers by hand using traditional methods. These fishing reels carry a special place of distinction in the hearts and tackle boxes of many West Coast fishermen. They are timeless works of functional art to be used, abused and shared as lasting legacies of a family’s enduring passion for the sport of fishing.



Victoria, Canada based Wild Abandon Jewelry is a contemporary collection of jewelry designs. Each piece is designed with passion and love, reflecting the beauty and rhythms found in nature. The Wild Abandon collection is an extensive line of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, pendants, and rings that utilize a diverse palette of colours, textures, and materials. Inspired by the lush coastal beauty of her hometown, jewelry designer Devon Amelia imbues the messages of nature in her jewelry designs. Her earliest memories are of sand, sun, and shells.



Creator Andrew Paine crafts these lures by hand in Victoria, BC. His father and grandfather first started teaching him to tie flies at the age of eight. According to Andrew, he created some rather interesting flies. But as ugly as they were, they did catch fish and that sparked a lifetime of interest in tackle and innovation in the realm of fishing. These days he spends as much time as possible making tackle and being with his family on the water testing gear and enjoying all that the Salish Sea has to offer.