Mayne Island BC, Canada is part of the Gulf Islands Group located off the east coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The 23 square kilometre Mayne Island enjoys beautiful waterfront parks, outdoor activities and plenty of ocean scenery and history.
The most popular adventures and activities enjoyed on Mayne Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia, Canada includes sea kayaking, sailing, boating, scuba diving, fishing, beachcombing, swimming, birdwatching, flightseeing, art touring, cycling and camping.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing park and trail destinations located on Mayne Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia, Canada includes Piggott Bay, Georgina Point Park, Bennett Bay, Campbell Point, Mt. Parke Regional Park, Dinner Bay Park and the Japanese Gardens and the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, art galleries, historical sites and cultural venues on Mayne Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia includes the 1885 Georgina Point Lighthouse; the 1892 Springwater Lodge (said to be the longest running hotel in British Columbia); the 1896 Plumper Pass Lockup (local museum); the 1898 St. Mary Magdalene Church and the 1890s agricultural hall and many artisans and art galleries.
Travel services important to travelers on Mayne Island, Gulf Islands, BC includes accommodations (resorts, vacation homes, cottages, bed and breakfasts), campground, restaurants, gas station, liquor store, ATM, convenience store, cell service, internet and transportation services including a marina, and ferry service to and from Mayne Island. BC Ferry service from Vancouver Mainland (Tsawwassen to Mayne Island-Village Bay) (click for schedule). BC Ferry service from Victoria, Vancouver Island (Swartz Bay to Mayne Island-Village Bay) (click for schedule).