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Humans of Campbell River: Sonny Assu

Humans of Campbell River is a collaboration between Destination Campbell River and Bluetree Photography. Showcasing the stories of those who call our coastal community home. Each week we deep dive into a new story and the connections between people and… Continue Reading →

Humans of Campbell River: Cory Cliff

Humans of Campbell River is a collaboration between Destination Campbell River and Bluetree Photography. Showcasing the stories of those who call our coastal community home. Each week we deep dive into a new story and the connections between people and… Continue Reading →

Humans of Campbell River: Corilair Charters

Humans of Campbell River is a collaboration between Destination Campbell River and Bluetree Photography. Showcasing the stories of those who call our coastal community home. Each week we deep dive into a new story and the connections between people and… Continue Reading →

Humans of Campbell River: Carihi Flyfishing

Humans of Campbell River is a collaboration between Destination Campbell River and Bluetree Photography. Showcasing the stories of those who call our coastal community home. Each week we deep dive into a new story and the connections between people and… Continue Reading →
Trees backdropped against the blue sky

Forestry guide to Beaver Lodge Lands

The Beaver Lodge Lands are a favourite walking and biking area in Campbell River. These multi-use trails encompass 416 hectares of land and were donated to the Province by the Elk River Timber company in the 1930s. This area is… Continue Reading →

Humans of Campbell River: Seabreeze Take-out

Humans of Campbell River is a collaboration between Destination Campbell River and Bluetree Photography. Showcasing the stories of those who call our coastal community home. Each week we deep dive into a new story and the connections between people and… Continue Reading →

Treading Lightly in Campbell River

Guest Blogger: Chris Istace @stasher_bc  Chris joined us in Campbell River to dive deeper into how our community and businesses are building sustainable practices into their everyday. Taking a more sustainable approach to travel is a priority for both visitors… Continue Reading →

Wake up in Nature in Campbell River

The Campbell River and Strathcona Region serves as a gateway to wild, unspoilt natural shores; dozens of remote islands; and discreet inlets lining the coast. Our vast coastal terrain hosts many luxury lodges, prime ocean view tenting spots, and unexpected… Continue Reading →