This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we visit Upper Campbell Reservoir Campground. Are you looking for a great spot to camp and fish this year? Upper Campbell Reservoir Campground offers access to 21 formal campsites, a beach area, trails, and fishing where you will find rainbow trout, cutthroat trout and Dolly Varden char. Upper Campbell Reservoir Campground is easily accessible along Hwy 28, and offers exceptional views during your visit. For more information, visit: https
This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we take you to Englishman River Falls; a beautiful provincial park located just North of Nanaimo. At Englishman River Falls, you will find a lush forest with two waterfalls, day use park area and campground, as well as many hiking trails. Englishman River Falls is located near Parksville close to the Pacific Rim and Cathedral Grove. To see more about Englishman River Falls, visit: https://bcparks.ca/explore/parkpgs/englishman_rv/ For all
Vancouver Island Vision brings you to the beautiful Miracle Beach Provincial Park on Vancouver Island. At Miracle Beach Provincial Park, you will find various camping sites and an endless white sandy beach to enjoy time with the family. The camp site offers picnic areas, group camping, and various trails all along the ocean leaving you with many activities to enjoy year round. Miracle Beach Provincial Park is located midway between Campbell River and Courtenay on the waterfro
Today, Vancouver Island Vision brings you to Oyster Bay Shoreline Park in Campbell River. This beautiful park is just South of Campbell River, across from the Driftwood Restaurant, and a must see for all the bird watchers out there. The park provides wonderful beach access and gorgeous panoramic views. Oyster Bay Shoreline Park provides 1.72 Hectares of land and holds a ton of history. In the 1930’s, the park was home to a relief camp which was later developed in the 1940’s f
Discovery Pier This week’s Vancouver Island Vision takes us to Discovery Pier in downtown Campbell River. The Pier was the first saltwater fishing pier in Canada. With 150 ft. offshore, and 600 ft long, the pier offers unobstructed views of discovery passage and Quadra Island. Discovery Pier hosts a great place for fishing not only for locals, but tourists as well. Should you be visiting town and are without a rod, you can rent one along with tackle! The Pier offers rod holde
Our Vancouver Island Vision takes us to Dick Murphy Park in Campbell River – known to locals as “The Spit”. Tyee Spit is known for the Tyee fishing club which is Campbell River’s oldest organization – It’s quite a sight to see the rowers out there fishing! Dick Murphy Park offers a great amount of wildlife as you will often see eagles, whales, dolphins and so much more. If you are visiting the area from out of town, Thunderbird RV Park is a beautiful site right off the water.