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Best Parks, Trails and Places In Campbell River, BC, Canada

The Johnstone Strait marine route is located along the inside passage of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. It is a major marine transportation route between the island the mainland of British Columbia for sailboats, freighters, kayaks, tour companies, Coast Guard vessels, tug boats, cruise liners
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Strathcona Provincial Park is British Columbia, Canada's oldest park and Vancouver Island's biggest park measuring 202,342 hectares (500,000 acres). Strathcona Provincial Park is a year round destination park on the island. It has rivers, lakes, mountains, meadows, forests and plenty of wildlife.
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The Desolation Sound marine route is located on the inside passage between central Vancouver Island and British Columbia mainland in Canada. Desolation Sound Marine Park is one of the largest coastal marine parks in North America. It is a very popular long haul, multi-day adventure route attracting
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This Vancouver Island marine route navigates a mainland fjord for 17 kilometres! The scenic route is located off the coast of northeast Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada in the Queen Charlotte Strait. The route is a rugged multi day adventure exploring canyons, cliffs, beaches, waterfalls
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The Knight Inlet boating and kayaking route is located off the coast of central-northeast Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The closest Vancouver Island communities to Knight Inlet are Port McNeill and Campbell River.
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The Rotary Beach Seawalk is a 6 kilometre (3.4 mile) paved walkway that follows the shoreline of the Discovery Passage. There are picnic tables, viewing benches, grass lawns and sandy beaches located along the walkway making viewing comfortable.
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Campbell River is a designated British Columbia Heritage River and a fishing destination. The river along with the oceans play a big part in why the community is called "The Salmon Capital of the World." The Campbell River is best known as a fishing river.
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The highlight of the park is the Quinsam Salmon Hatchery and the three waterfalls - the Elk, Moose and Deer Waterfalls. The waterfalls are all on the Campbell River. Elk Falls is the biggest at 25 metres. Along the trails are viewing platforms, viewing benches overlooking the falls and canyon cliffs
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The mountain resort is a year round recreation destination. Hiking, mountain biking and exploring in the Summer. Skiing, snowboarding in the winter. This ski resort is known for it's deep powder.
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The park is best known for the many chainsaw wood carvings on display in the park. Every year the community holds a chainsaw carving competition. Many of the finished pieces are left on display in the park for viewing. The park is also central to the very popular Seawalk Pathway.
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The community park destination includes a children's playground, public washrooms, longhouse picnic shelter, Totem Poles, picnic tables, viewing benches, large grass lawns, a rocky beach and beautiful marine views. The park connects to the Seawalk Pathway in Campbell River.
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Haig Brown House is a Canadian Heritage Site located in the community of Campbell River. The estate was once the home to a heralded naturalist and environmentalist named Roderick Haig Brown.
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Shoen Lake Provincial Park is a remote and rugged park destination located north of the community of Campbell River, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada. The park is a tough and rough, natural park with a network of wilderness trails surrounding Shoen Lake.
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The Beaver Lodge Forest Lands (BLFL) is an adventure destination located in the community of Campbell River, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada. The BLFL is a highly used trail network enjoyed by hikers, bikers and horseback riders.
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