Campbell River Sights and Landmarks Guide, British Columbia
Campbell River has an array of amenities and attractions. Itis situated on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. There is so much to explore in Campbell River. It is a very popular Sport Fishing point. Getting around Campbell River is full of fun.
You can reach in the Vancouver Island by boat, scenic ferry ride or a charter flight. You can find a lot of travel and tour operators that can offer you the best travel package to the Vancouver Island. Some of the most popular attractions to explore the Campbell River include the following.North Island Route
The North Island Route stretches from Campbell River to Port Hardy. It provides the access to communities such as Port McNeill and Sayward, Woss.Campbell River Telegraph Line
In 1912, the Campbell River Telegraph Line project was initiated to improve the communication system in Campbell River. The telegraph line ends at Telegraph Cove, which is a popular whale watch and adventure destination.Gildas Box of Treasures Theatre
It features a lot of cultural dance performances by domestic artists. It is situated in the Harbor Shopping center.The Museum at Campbell River
It exhibits the history of Campbell River through the artifacts and wonderful collectibles of historical importance. The museum also offers historical film footage. The museums outdoor exhibit logging steam donkey, a wooden cod fishing boat, native art and regional books.Discovery Pier
The Discovery Pier is Canada’s first salt water fishing and a wonderful attraction. It is open 24 hours a day and provides great fishing experience to everyone. It is a large area with bait stands, fish cleaning tables and benches.
Quinsam Salmon Hatchery
It is located just 28 miles away from Campbell River. Here guests can observe the salmon all year round. This self-guided tour offers you a lot of amenities and provides you information about the lifecycle of Salmon fish.
It covers 250,000 hectares and it features the river, streams, mountains and fishing points. The Strathcona Provincial Park is a very popular day trip spot. The park is opened seven days a week.
Sequoia Park is located near Campbell River museum and it is a good point to see the Cape Mudge First Nations Village and passing Cruise ships. The ceremonial Torii provides access to the natural caves.
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