Top 10 Spring "To Do's" in Campbell River
1) Experience a wildlife tour
Spring is a great time to get out on the water and explore Campbell River and Region's wildlife. The variety of creatures spotted this time of year include sea lions, white sided dolphins, black bears, eagles and orca sightings. Lots of different tour companies to choose from.
2) Go for a walk
Take the time to enjoy a nice walk along the Seawalk or the Tyee Spit. Looking for a forested trail? Try the Beaver Lodge Lands or Elk Falls Provincial Park. Stop by the Visitor Centre for maps and directions.
3) Hop on a bike
Cycling through the Beaver Lodge Lands or Snowden Trails is a great activity. Looking to spend a day cycling? Try visiting Quadra Island. Not familiar with the North Island Region? There are guided cycling tours available.
4) Treat yourself to something new
Stroll the streets of Campbell River to see what great retail options await you!
5) Indulge in some culture
Treat yourself to a cultural tour! You can visit the Campbell River Art Gallery, Maritime Heritage Centre, Island Style Creative, Museum at Campbell River and Quadra Island's Nuymbalees Cultural Centre.
6) Check out the Spring events and festivals
There are lots of great events happening in the Campbell River & Region this Spring. Visit the Community Calendar for more information.
7) See if you can get the catch of the day
Interested in getting out on the water for a great day of fishing, prawning or crabbing? See which guides we recommend in the Campbell River & Region Fishing Guide.
8) Swing your clubs
It's always a great day for golfing in Campbell River! Visit Sequoia Springs, Storey Creek or both!
9) Relax at a beach fire bbq
Get friends and family together on a sunny day for a beach fire and bbq at the beach. Spend the afternoon roasting hot dogs, beachcombing, and having lots of fun!
10) Visit the Pier Street Farmer's Market
Opening on Sunday May 6th, 2012 Be a part of the weekly gathering of vendors showcasing produce, food, arts, crafts and live music. See you every Sunday from 10:00am to 2:30pm at the Discovery Pier parking lot.