For a small city, Campbell River boasts a large cross section of Attractions, from the natural beauty of the west coast rain forest to the extreme engineering of our newest attraction, the Elk Falls Provincial Park Suspension Bridge. Take a stroll around the community to see the hundreds of chainsaw carvings produced at our annual Transformations on the Shoreline or gaze in wonder at the infamous Seymour Narrows. We have it all.

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Mussels & More Pottery Studio

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Inspired by life on the sea shore, Mussels & More Pottery Studio in Campbell River represents the largest production pottery studio in Canada, with unique nautical dinnerware and tours for groups that will truly entice.

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Shelter Point Distillery

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Campbell River’s own artisanal distillery, Shelter Point Distillery hand crafts premium whisky, vodka and liquors, with the single grain approach, tours are available upon request.

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Velocity Lounge & Driving Range

Velocity Lounge and Driving Range Campbell River

New to the Campbell River scene, Velocity is a state of the art driving range with a twist. Climate protected and excellent food along with a classy and comfortable atmosphere makes for a fun day for the whole family.

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Beaver Lodge Forest Lands

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Known to locals as the Beaver Lodge Lands, located in Central Campbell River, this 1028 acres of second growth forested land was donated to the province and turned into a hiking and mountain biking recreational paradise.

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Rainbow’s End Golf Course & Club House

Rainbows End Golf Course and Club in the Sayward Valley Vancouver Island

The Sayward Valley’s very own Golf Course, Rainbow’s End is a 9-hole executive course in true west coast style, with a unique flavour of natural beauty intertwined with traditional logging history.

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Cape Mudge Lighthouse

Cape Mudge Light house hiking trail and Attraction Quadra Island

The Cape Mudge lighthouse on Quadra Island stands to safeguard the ever increasing marine traffic in the Discovery Passage, these waters off the shoreline of Quadra Island are some of the most dangerous in the world.

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Schoen Lake Provincial Park

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Schoen Lake Provincial Park, located north of Sayward offers both superb scenery and amazing opportunities for hiking, boating, fishing, swimming and camping. With dramatic relief around a serene lake setting, this day trip from Campbell River is well worth the time.

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Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre – Quadra Island

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Also known as the Museum at Cape Mudge, the Nuymbalees Cultural Centre features potlatch treasure and regalia handed down from the Kwa’ Kwa’ Ka’ Wa’Kw nation on Quadra Island, these artefacts maintain one of the largest First Nations exhibits in Canada.

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Chances Gaming House Campbell River

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Slots, electronic Black Jack and much more gaming activity and fun can be found at Chances Gaming house in Campbell River, a great place to spend the afternoon when the weather is not cooperating for outdoor activities.

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Coastal Black Estate Winery

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Coast Black Estate Winery is a family owned winery that produces fruit wines and mead. With lots of activities and events throughout the year.

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Victorian Garden Gate Manor

Victorian Garden Gate Manor Sayward British Columbia

Northern Corner of Paradise is the way the Victorian Garden Gate Manor in the Sayward Valley is described. Amazing and beautiful gardens with old Victorian charm.

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White River Provincial Park

White River Provincial Park Vancouver Island BC

White River Provincial Park on northern Vancouver Island. Known for its trout fishing, this park offers a short loop trail though giant an old growth Douglas fir forest.

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Discovery Fishing Pier

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Canada’s first salt water fishing Pier, Discovery Pier extends 150 feet from the shore and is 600 feet long. Cast a line, for the chance to catch a world class salmon, or just enjoy the view.

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Quadra Island Golf Course

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A 9-hole golf course and driving range, the Quadra Island Golf Club holds events in a natural striking landscape with free ferry pick up from Campbell River.

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Discovery Passage Aquarium

Discovery Passage Aquarium for kids, Attractions Campbell River Vancouver Island BC

The Discovery Passage Aquarium offers hands-on educational experiences for the whole family. Come see, learn and touch our local marine species.

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Elk Falls Provincial Park


Elk Falls Provincial Park boosts some of the most spectacular old growth forests that remain accessible. Just a short 10 minute drive from Campbell River, this park is a real gem.

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Haig-Brown House & Education Centre

Roderick Haig Brown Heritage House Top Attractions Campbell River Vancouver Island BC

Roderick Haig-Brown, lived in Campbell River for many years. His legacy lives on in the Haig Brown Heritage House with education, his historic writings and lovely gardens, on the bank of the Campbell River

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John Hart Dam in Campbell River

John Hart Dam Facility Campbell River Attraction Vancouver Island

Currently inaccessible because of a massive upgrade being undertaken, the John Hart Dam is the primary dam structure holding back the waters of the John Hart Lake, supplying Campbell River with high quality drinking water and hydro electric power.

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Maritime Heritage Centre

Maritime heritage Centre and Museum Attractions Campbell River Vancouver Island BC

The Campbell River Maritime Heritage Centre sits on the shores of the Discovery Passage and holds a Maritime Museum, with the main feature being the BCP 45, which was featured on the Canadian 5 dollar bill for many years.

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Rebecca Spit Provincial Marine Park

Rebbecca Spit Provincial marine Park Quadra Island BC

A narrow stretch of land encompassing a calm pool of shallow water on the western shores of Quadra Island. Rebecca Spit Provincial Marine Park offers sandy beaches and is one of the best places to launch a kayak, go for a walk or have a fun day with the kids.

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Miracle Beach Landing Mini Golf

Miracle Beach Landing Mini Golf, Attractions Campbell River Vancouver Island BC

Campbell River’s only mini golf facility. Bring the entire family to the Miracle Beach Landing Mini Golf and enjoy 18 holes or sit on the deck and enjoy a cup of coffee while you watch the golfers.

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Mitlenatch Island Provincial Marine Park with Video

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Mitlenatch Island Nature Provincial Park is often referred to as the Galapagos of the north. Situated in the Strait of Georgia and visible from Campbell River, the unique outcropping named Mitlenatch Island Provincial Park is home to the largest seabird colony in the Strait and if you time it right you may see one or two Sea lion colonies.

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Miracle Beach Provincial Park

Miracle Beach Provincial Park Campbell River Vancouver Island British Columbia

Located almost exactly between Campbell River and Courtenay, Miracle Beach Provincial Park is a very popular spot, with its white sandy beaches, old growth forest, interpretive centre and camping facilities.

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Morton Lake Provincial Park

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Situated an hour north of Campbell River, Morton Lake Provincial Park is one of many lakes in “Lake Country”. Great fishing, swimming, canoeing and kayaking start here. An awesome place to relax on the beach and watch the kids play.

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Museum at Campbell River

Campbell River Museum top Attractions Vancouver Island BC

The Museum at Campbell River represents an outstanding endowment to such a small city. With First Nations displays, art exhibits, and cultural reflections of our Northern Vancouver Island home.

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On the Rocks Climbing Gym

On the Rocks Climbing Gym Campbell River Top Attractions Vancouver Island BC

A modern facility with many options for climbing, On the Rocks Climbing Gym in Campbell River is open all year round, offering courses and classes and group parties and celebrations as well as an overhead bouldering wall.

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Pier Street Farmers Market

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The Pier Street Farmers Market has become an institution in Campbell River. Open every Sunday from May to October, vendors represent all kinds of wares including local and organic meat and produce as well as unusual crafts and artisans.

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Pier Street Historic Mile

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A brief history of Campbell River’s original downtown core. The Pier Street Historic Mile encompasses 21 panels with interesting tid-bits on the first settlers and First Nations history of the area.

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Quinsam River Salmon Hatchery

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The Quinsam Salmon Hatchery is located just north of Campbell River off of Highway 28. This most productive of Hatcheries are responsible for propagating thousands of salmon smelts for release, in an effort to maintain salmon stocks to local rivers.

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Rotary Seawalk

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The Rotary Seawalk in Campbell River is one of the Campbell River Rotary Clubs claims to fame. This 6 kilometre paved seaside walk offers opportunities to not only exercise but to do it with one of the best views in the world.

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Saratoga Beach Golf Club

Saratoga Beach Golf Course near Campbell River Black Creek

Located beside Pacific Playgrounds Resort, the Saratoga Beach Golf Club offers a 2,316 yard par 33 golf course, close to the sandy beaches of the Saratoga Beach area, this boutique golf course is a fun way to spend the day.

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Saratoga Speedway – Racing

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Saratoga Speedway, located halfway between Campbell River and Courtenay offers a wide range of racing activities all year round. Check out the Season Schedules for times and dates.

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Campbell River Golf & Country Club

Sequoia Springs Golf & Country Club, Golphing Attractions Campbell River Vancouver Island BC

This course is currently undergoing a major reconstruction, adding a driving range a new pro shop and expanding the course to almost double it’s size. Scheduled to open in Spring of 2018.

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Shooting Range

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The Campbell River Gun Club shooting range awards an indoor range, 200 Meter Range, 600 Yd Range, Trap Range, 50m Range and IPSC Bays.

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Snowden Demonstration Forest

Girls resting after mountain biking in Snowden Demonstration Forest in Campbell River Vancouver Island

Snowden Demonstration Forest, a 15 minute drive north west of Campbell River, consists of a network of over 100 km of single track trail suitable for mountain biking and hiking, from novice to expert.

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Spirit Square

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Positioned in central Campbell River, in the downtown core, Spirit Square has become famous for its multitude of events in a central outdoor venue. Concerts, plays, public awareness events and more.

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Storey Creek Golf Course

Storey Beach Golf Course Campbell River Vancouver Island Atractions

A claim to fame for the city of Campbell River, the Storey Creek Golf Course is considered one of the best courses in the province. Tagged as a course in nature, it is not unusual to see dear, beaver and sometimes even bears on the course at any time of the year.

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Strathcona Dam

Strathcona Dam Attractions Campbell River Vancouver Island BC

The Strathcona Dam recreation area allows camping, has a small beach and some great fishing for rainbow and cutthroat trout. From Campbell River, head north on Highway 28 to Gold River about 20 minutes and you will see the signs to the dam, the largest earthen dam on the Island

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Strathcona Provincial Park

Strathcona Provincial Park Vancouver Island BC, Canada

Strathcona Provincial Park is rightly known as the Crown Jewel of the Province of British Columbia, encompassing 250,000 hectares of true wilderness, with towering mountains and cascading waterfalls. A definite must see while visiting Campbell River or the Comox Valley.

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Sybil Andrews Cottage

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Sybil Andrews was an Internationally acclaimed artist, who is famous for her lino-cuts. Her Cottage still sits on the shores of the Discovery Passage in Willow Point, Campbell River.

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Tidemark Theatre

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Campbell River’s largest Live Theatre, offering shows, rentals, concerts and a myriad of events for the whole family. This historic Theatre is a centre for modern and old Campbell River culture.

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Torii Gate

Torii Gate on the waterfront in Campbell River Vancouver Island BC top attractions Sequoia Park

In celebration of 10 years of twinning with our sister city Ishikari, Japan, the Torii Gate was gifted to the City of Campbell River. It stands as a testament to Cultures working together.

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Transformations on the Shore – Chainsaw Carvings

Transformations on the Shoreline, Campbell River top Attractions Vancouver Island BC

The annual Campbell River chainsaw carving contest, fun in late June. Transformations on the Shore are now responsible for over 350 chainsaw carvings that are displayed all over the city of Campbell River, these marvels of ingenuity and creativity define our local culture.

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