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To help you, our potential visitors, in your trip planning we’ve put together a handy “Travel Considerations and Planning” page so that you know what to expect for your upcoming trip to Campbell River. As our community re-opens we look forward to welcoming you, providing a safe place to stay, explore, discover and unwind.

Looking for something fun to do during your stay? Be sure to download The Campbell River Collection app for more details on activities, places to check out, local tips, and rewards for your exploration.
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The Campbell River Visitor Centre is open. We’re ready to assist you within the centre or contact our team, by phone (at 250-286-6901), or via our social media channels or email us here.


Resources for Local Businesses 

BC Re-start plan

BC’s Response to Covid-19 

OFFICIAL Public Heath Orders and Guidance BY SECTOR – NEW

Orders, Notices and Guidance

Local Resources 

Economic Development Office – COVID-19 Support and Resources 

Economic Development Office – Events 

Destination Campbell River – Local Business Directory 

COVID-19 Provincial Support and Information

For employers: Handling Absences & Other Disruptions
For employees: Taking Unexpected Time Off Work

Vancouver Island Coastal Tourism Resiliency Program: Register for the Program

Small Business BC: Resources for Small Businesses during COVID-19.
This page includes a Business Continuity & COVID-19 Checklist

go2HRResponding to COVID-19 in the Workplace

PreparedBC: Guide for Tourism Operators and Emergency Plan for Tourism Operators

BC Centre for Disease Control: Business Pandemic Influenza Planning Checklist

World Health Organization: Getting your workplace ready for COVID-19

Google my Business: Guidance on updating listings & temporary closures. 


Hotel Association of Canada: COVID-19: Information For Hoteliers
This page includes:

Restaurants Canada: COVID-19 Resources for Foodservice Operators.
This page includes a Crisis Preparedness and Business Continuity Guide

Current Closures

*Last Updated June 15th * 
BC Parks as of June 1, many campgrounds across the province have re-opened for the 2020 camping season. 
Parks re-opening in the Strathcona region are : 
MIRACLE BEACH, ELK FALLS, and Strathcona parks will be open for day use. 
park Closures remaining in place : 
MORTON LAKE and LOVELAND BAY will remain closed. 
many BC sites and trails are RE-OPENING have reopened.
The Ripple Rock Trail has re-open, ensure you bring sanitizer and face masks as some areas are difficult to practice social distancing.  

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