Lund, BC, Canada is a small village located at the end of Hwy 101 on the Malaspina Peninsula on the Sunshine Coast Region of British Columbia. The location provides visitors quick access to the Salish Sea (Strait of Georgia) and many of the more popular marine routes and adventures - none more popular than Desolation Sound and Savary Island.
Activities most enjoyed in Lund, BC and the surrounding areas includes sailing, boating, fishing, sea kayaking, scuba diving, bird watching, beachcombing, swimming, wildlife watching touring, and off-roading.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in and around Lund, Sunshine Coast, British Columbia includes the Sunshine Coast Trail, Desolation Sound Marine Route, Bunster Hills Activity Trail, Copeland Islands Provincial Marine Park, Dinner Rock Hiking Trail, Knucklehead Mountain, Okeover Arm Provincial Park and Savary Island.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Lund includes the 1905 Lund Hotel, the foot-passenger-only water taxi ferry to Savary Island and local artisan vendors.
Travel services important to travelers in and around the community of Lund, Sunshine Coast includes accommodations (hotels, cottages, bed and breakfasts, cabins, vacation homes, resorts), campground, general store, restaurant, bakery, gift stores, gas station, restaurants, liquor store, pub, ATM and transportation services including marina, floatplanes, and taxi.