Month: July 2019

Drifted Creations Scavenger Hunt

The Drifted Creations come from the mind of Alex Witcombe a local artist who was inspired by his surroundings and began to construct elaborate creations out of the driftwood that covers our beaches. Many of his creations were donated as… Continue Reading →

Bears of Bute

Fall brings cooler temperatures, changing leaves and opportunities for new adventures. The most significant indicator of the shifting season in B.C. is when salmon begin their journey upriver to spawn, triggering another natural part of the cycle, bears. Bears venture… Continue Reading →

Art and Earth Festival

“Everything you can imagine is real”  -Pablo Picasso  Seasons bring change, in colour, texture and environment. As August slips into September, what better way to embrace change than to immerse yourself in the community and environment of Campbell River, a… Continue Reading →

Get a Birds Eye View of Campbell River

Campbell River Fall Collection The New Heights To celebrate Fall, we have turned all that is on offer in Campbell River into an exhibition of experiences to be collected. If you’ve experienced or are planning to experience one of these… Continue Reading →

5 ways to Get out on the Water in Campbell River

  A trip to Campbell River isn’t complete without getting out on the water and exploring our picturesque coastline. Cruise through the Discovery Passage in search of whales and other wildlife, explore the glacier-coloured green-blue waters of Bute Inlet, experience… Continue Reading →

Tyee Fishing and Painter rowboats

Guest Blogger: Beth Boyce from the Museum at Campbell River  *Campbell River Collection* Angler Collection Rather be fishing? This is your catch. We’ve reeled in the best angling experiences across the Campbell River area. From guides that can showcase our… Continue Reading →

Campbell River – From Sea to Sky

Guest Blog by: Micheal Hack Growing up in Campbell River I knew there were many things to do in the outdoors, but I didn’t realize how spoiled we truly are. After high school I moved across the country, living in… Continue Reading →