World Oceans Day – Meet the Orcas

  Happy World Oceans Day! In Campbell River, we are fortunate to share our waters with incredible orca whales. These mammals frequent our waters throughout the year and we are lucky enough to see both the residents and the transient… Continue Reading →

Eagle Heaven Off Campbell River Shores

All information and photos were provided by Garry Henkel owner and operator of Aboriginal Journeys . The region of Campbell River is renowned for having some of the most unique and treacherous tides in the world. The many rapids here create… Continue Reading →

Campbell River: Gateway to Wilderness

By: Amanda Brown, @hervanislelife Have you ever had one of those life experiences where even weeks later, when you’re back at home, you think “Wow, was that even real? Was I dreaming?” I’ve been experiencing that pretty much every day… Continue Reading →

Ripple Rock: Celebrating 60 years

Article courtesy of Erika Anderson on behalf of the Museum at Campbell River  Ripple Rock, an underwater mountain within Seymour Narrows near Campbell River, was a marine hazard responsible for more than 20 large vessels and at least 100 smaller… Continue Reading →