Pictures of the Campbell River area show that the visual diversity of the region is one of our greatest assets.
There is no way to describe the unqualified beauty of the region other than in photos. If a picture is worth a thousand words then we are proud to present to you this lengthy testament to the splendour and visual exhibit that is our home.
Entice your child or your inner child with the secrets of a sandy beach to explore, our beaches hold mystery yet to be explored, fantasy yet to be realised and relaxation waiting right around the next corner.
Elk Falls Provincial Park lies directly northwest of Campbell River and boasts one of the highest suspension bridges in the province. Amongst a number of cascading water falls, deep blue pools and a rapidly moving river, this park is a wonder.
The Gold Lake Trail, one of the most inaccessible trails in Strathcona Park on Vancouver Island. One of the last visages of true old growth timber on Vancouver Island. An amazing hike, through dense underbrush to spectacular vistas of the lake.
Roderick Haig Brown once said "A river is water in its loveliest form; rivers have life and sound and movement and infinity of variation, rivers are veins of the earth though with the lifeblood returns to the heart.
Rogers Ridge is a great hike in the Spring, Summer and Fall months and an even better one in the winter with skies or snowshoes if you can access the back country. Stunning images of the ridge in the Fall.
The Georgia Strait has a reputation of having some of the best cold water scuba diving in the world. With a vast array of invertebrates, forests of kelp and swift currents that carry nutrients to every bay and fjord it is no surprise that it lives up to its reputation.
Each year the Shoreline Arts event draws thousands from all over the world to watch the carving in action. Displayed throughout town the finished carvings are revered and appreciated for the works of fine art they are.
Every season carries its own colour here on the coast. Each month presenting a new bouquet of wildflowers, from prolific daisies to the rare and tiny carnivorous specialities, all imbued with a unique scent and delightful presentation.