Campbell River travel is all about wildlife, such as whales, bears, eagles, ravens and seals. Catch a glimpse of these species at Discovery Passage en route to the Discovery Islands archipelago.
In the centre of Vancouver Island, Strathcona Principal Park has a vast array of mountains. It is the oldest provincial park in British Columbia and its snowy mountains, beautiful views and wilderness attract experienced climbers. Water skiing, hiking, swimming and fishing are also options available for a travel experience tailored to your interests.
A trek through Elk Falls Provincial Park takes you through a douglas fir forest with a number of waterfalls completing your scenic walk.
The culture and history of the First Nations' can also be soaked up in the Culture Centre and Kwagiulth Museum on nearby Quadra Island.