Tourism

Camping is King in Strathcona

  • posted Jun 6, 2011at 10:00 AM

The tap, tap, tapping on tent pegs, the hiss of a backpacking stove, the stretching of nylon fabric over a shock-corded aluminum frame – it's all a precurser to an idyllic night in the mountains near Campbell River.

Camping in the Campbell River area ranges from multi-day backcountry adventures to pulling up to a peaceful lake in your car. Whatever your pleasure, the Campbell River area provides it.

Chainsaw fun in Campbell River

  • posted Jun 6, 2011at 10:00 AM

As a nod to Campbell River's logging heritage, every summer loggers congregate in Nunns Creek Park to hurl axes, roll logs and climb spars to see who's the strongest, fastest and nimblest of them all. (Click here for HelloBC's guide to Campbell River.)

Lake on the River

  • posted Jun 6, 2011at 10:00 AM

The Buttle Lake campground in Strathcona Provincial Park is a full service campground that can serve as a base to explore British Columbia's first provincial park (which is celebrating its 100th anniversary next year).

A land of adventure is yours to explore

  • posted Jun 6, 2011at 10:00 AM

When the sun crests the peaks of the mountains to the east of Campbell River , the rays beam down on a landscape of mountains, rivers, forests, lakes and seashore.

Campbell River Mirror Videos

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