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Campbell River harbour on a clear sunny morning.

Campbell River

Located on the 50th parallel on the East Coast of Vancouver Island, Campbell River is the island’s best outdoor playground with a friendly, small-town feel. 

From eco-adventures, internationally-renowned salmon fishing, wildlife watching to traversing the parks and trails, Campbell River is a doorway to adventure. Just outside the city, discover local gems or experience skiing at Mount Washington. 

Looing up towards the mountains with snow on them, overlooking hills of evergreen trees.

Vancouver Island

Found on Canada's West Coast, Vancouver Island is a hub for outdoor adventure. This abundant region boasts immense rainforests, rugged coastlines and the cool waters of the Pacific Ocean all in a mild climate. From the southern city of Victoria to the northern beaches of Cape Scott Provincial Park, Vancouver Island stretches 460 kilometres.

Enjoy one of the many wilderness parks, witness majestic orcas, black bears, and the incredible array of wildlife in the area. Traverse cosmopolitan centres, quaint small towns, charming harbours, and pristine beaches while gazing at distant snow-capped mountains.

Aerial view of Elk Falls and the bridge
Man mountain biking on a dirt trail through the alder trees
A scuba diver looks at the colourful marine life on the posts under the Campbell River Pier
The Campbell River Pier stretches out along the blue sky and water with Quadra Island in the background.
View of Mt Denman across the Discovery Passage from Campbell River
A snowboarder heads down Mount Washington on a blue and cloudy sky, with a clear view of the Comox Valley below.