North & South Pender Islands, BC, Canada is part of the Gulf Islands Group located off the east coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The two islands share a jagged coastline with secluded bays, rock bluffs and long narrow harbours - both islands are connected together by a wooden bridge.
The most popular adventures and activities enjoyed on North & South Pender Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia, Canada includes boating, kayaking, fishing, golfing, scuba diving, sailing, hiking, fishing, spa, flightseeing, cycling, picnicking, camping, birdwatching, swimming, art touring and beachcombing
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing park and trail destinations located on North & South Pender Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia, Canada includes Mount Norman Park, Enchanted Forest Park, Magic Lake, Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, Mount Elizabeth Park, Medicine Beach Nature Sanctuary, Mortimer Spit Park, Beaumont Park, Oak Bluffs Park and Greenburn Lake Park.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, art galleries, historical sites and cultural venues on North & South Pender Island, Gulf Islands, British Columbia includes Roesland (1908 farmhouse), Pender Islands Museum Society and some art galleries.
Travel services important to travelers on North & South Pender Island, Gulf Islands, BC includes accommodations (resorts, vacation homes, cottages, bed and breakfasts), campground, restaurants, gift store, gas station, winery, liquor store, ATM, grocery store, coffee shop, cell service, internet and transportation services including marinas, Bedwell Harbour Water Aerodrome, Port Washington Water Aerodrome, taxi and ferry service to and from the Pender Islands. BC Ferry service from Vancouver Mainland (Tsawwassen to Pender Island-Otter Bay) (click for ferry schedule). BC Ferry service from Victoria, Vancouver Island (Swartz Bay to Pender Island-Otter Bay) (click for ferry schedule).