Quadra Island Attractions

Quadra Island endows itself on a number of eclectic quality attractions, frequented by both locals and by our visitors, explore and enjoy the best that Vancouver Island has to offer.

Campbell River Attractions

Gold River Attractions

Sayward Attractions

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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Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre

Nuyumbalees-cultural-centre and museum Quadra Island BC Canada

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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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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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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South End Winery

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A small family winery on Quadra Island, South End Winery features only hand crafted wine from Quadra Island grapes.

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