A land of adventure is yours to explore

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

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.

Friendly, welcoming people inhabit this place and they’re more than happy to share it.

The Campbell River area is blessed with natural beauty that is open to exploration. There is no shortage of things to do in this region. From exploring alpine meadows to fishing for magnificent salmon, the Campbell River area is as spectacular a place to visit as you can find.

This is a vibrant community and visitors soon realize this place is a perfect vacation playground. A variety of accommodations await you whether you’re driving an RV or prefer to stay in five-star hotels.

You undoubtedly have some ideas in mind of how you’re going to spend your vacation but if you’re looking for more – and there is plenty more – we invite you to peruse these pages to get the most out of your visit.

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