There is so much more to do in Campbell River, too much for just
one day, stay a week to enjoy all we have to offer!
Upcoming Events
Sunday, June 2, 2013 - Sunday, June 9, 2013

 


Fishing
Campbell River is renowned for being the Salmon capital of the world.  Visitors can jump in the action & join the "Tyee Club" (www.tyeeclub.org) by catching a Chinook salmon weighing 30 pounds or more.  Fishing charters are also available to help you catch that big one.

www.coastalislandfishing.com


www.profish.bc.ca/campbell-river-salmon-fishing

www.bcflyguide.com

www.rippingalesfishing.com
www.coastwild.com
www.fishingnootkasound.com




Heritage & Arts
Campbell River's rich native heritage is proudly showcased in the Campbell River Museum (www.crmuseum.ca), housed on the highway south of the town centre, which features a fine collection of the Northwest Coast Native masks, ceremonial items, and other fine art.  The Ripple Rock detonation that made safe travel through the Seymour Narrows was one of man's biggest non nuclear explosions.

The Cambell River Optical Maritime Museum in the Dogwood Centre has a collection of over 500 maritime artifacts some dating back 2,000 years.  Open year-round Monday to Thursday.

Just a short ferry ride to Quadra Island (www.quadraisland.ca) is the Kwagiolth Museum & Cultural Centre where you can view native ceremonial regalia displays.  Quadra Island is also home to many artists, tours are conducted during summer months. 

Whales & Bears

Tours are conducted daily through the famous Seymour Narrows & beyond, in search of resident & transient whales.  Watch for bears as they fossick for shellfish along the shores of the famous Knight Inlet.  Booking early is recommended.
www.eagleeyeadventures.com
www.aboriginaljourneys.com
www.adventurewhalewatching.com


Diving & Snorkelling
Discovery Passage teems with marine life.  The Jacques Cousteau Society rates it the "second best cold water diving destination in the world".  Crystal clear waters, abundant sea life, plus certified charters, guides and instructors have made Campbell RIver a major dive centre for beginners and experienced divers. 

Watch from the surface as salmon, some as large as 50 pounds (28 kg) school in the estuary in advance of spawning while you snorkel alongside in the Campbell River.
www.snorkelwithsalmon.com
www.destinyriver.com


Water Sports
Water sports are big, the beautiful Discovery Islands off Campbell River offer prime sea kayaking.  Having orcas swimming along side is a special moment.  White water rafting on the Nimpkish River is a great way to enjoy a day and to take home lasting memories.
www.quadraislandkayaks.com
www.outforadventure.com

Golf
With 3 golf courses in the area; the Storey Creek Golf Club, the Sequoia Springs Golf Club, and Saratoga Beach Golf Course you are sure to enjoy a day in the sun.
www.sequoiasprings.com
www.storeycreek.bc.ca

Pier Street Farmers Market and Arts Fair
Sunday, May 3, 2009 - Sunday, September 27, 2009

The Pier Street Farmers Market and Arts Fair is a must see while staying at Campbell River.  Every Sunday 9-2pm from May until September the market attracts visitors, locals and vendors of Campbell River and from the rest of Vancouver Island.  Enjoy the arts & crafts, fresh produce, hot food, live music and everything else the Market has to offer.

Mount Washington Alpine Resort

Only a short drive from Campbell River skiers & mountain bike riders alike enjoy the mountain almost year round.  The mountain's peak offers a panoramic view of Campbell River & surrounding areas too.
www.mountwashington.ca
 


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