Qualicum Beach and Qualicum Bay, BC, Canada is located on the shores of the Strait of Georgia which is on inside passage of Vancouver Island. The resort villages are located on the Oceanside Route (Old Island Hwy - 19A) seperated by only by 14 kilometres.
Activities most enjoyed in the Village of Qualicum Beach and Qualicum Bay and surrounding areas include golfing, beachcombing, swimming, boating, sailing, water skiing, jet skiing, picnicking, birdwatching, flightseeing, ocean kayaking, fishing, caving, cycling, biking, camping, touring, hiking, and waterfalling.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in Qualicum Beach and Qualicum Bay and the surrounding area includes the Horne Lake Caves, Qualicum Beach Waterfront Promenade, Waterfront Beach (4 kilometres long), Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park, Spider Lake Provincial Park, Cameron Lake, MacMillan Provincial Park (Cathedral Grove), Heritage Forest, Englishman River Falls Provincial Park and the Rosewall Provincial Park.
Some of the natural attractions, museums, art and cultural venues in Qualicum Beach and Qualicum Bay, British Columbia and the surrounding regions includes the Milner Gardens, Coombs Village, ECHO Players Village Theatre, Qualicum Beach Museum, Brant Festival, 1914 Old School House Arts Centre and the E and N Railway Station.
Services important in and around the community of Qualicum Beach and Qualicum Bay include accommodations (hotel, motel, resorts, vacation homes, cottages, bed and breakfast, rental suites), tours, guides, campgrounds, pubs, restaurants, gas stations, gift stores, liquor stores, banks, and transportation services including taxi, Qualicum Beach Airport and a ferry (connecting to Lasqueti Island).