Campbell River Lakes & Estuaries

Kayaking or canoeing Lakes in our area is a popular undertaking, with the event of the Sayward Forest Canoe Route that encompasses 11 lakes and takes 4 to 5 days to complete. But don’t stop there, you could spend a lifetime on the local lakes and not see it all.

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Kayaking Lakes & Estuaries in the Campbell River Region

Kayaking_through_the_pass near Campbell River Vancouver Island BC Canada

With a number of canoe or paddle routes available, the Campbell River area on Vancouver Island offers a paddling Mecca second to none, from paddle boards to canoes or kayaks, just about any self propelled craft is safe in our lake and fresh water systems. Take a look at what we have to offer.

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Campbell River Estuary Paddle

Paddling the Campbell River Estuary Vancouver Island BC Canada

Suitable for Kayaking, Canoeing and Paddle boarding the Campbell River Estuary is both a safe and intriguing journey into the past, with small channels, varieties of birds, seals and shoreline wildlife.

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Sayward Forest Canoe Route

An evening paddle Campbell River Sayward Forest Canoe Route Vancouver Island BC Canada

The Sayward Forest Canoe Route called a canoe route but is suitable for kayaking and paddle boarding just north of Campbell River this fantastic 4 to 5 day trip encompasses 11 lakes, including Gosling Lake, Higgins Laek, Lawier Lake, Mohun Lake, Twin Lake, Amor Lake, Surprise Lake, Brewster Lake, Gray Lake, Whyper Lake and Fry Lake.

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Village Bay Lakes Canoe Route – Quadra Island

Village Bay Lakes Canoe Route Quadra Island British Columbia

The Village Bay Canoe Route is also a spectacular outdoor experience, again suitable for kayaking and paddle boarding. This route is on Quadra Island and encompasses Stramberg Lake, Clear Lake, Little Main Lake, Main Lake, Mine Lake and Village Bay Lake.

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