Getting Here

Location

We’re located at the Coast Marina, 1003 Island Highway, Campbell River, BC, across from Tyee Plaza shopping mall and adjacent to the BC Ferries terminal for Quadra Island. 

Campbell River is mid-Vancouver Island on Highway 19, and is accessible by air, car, boat, or a combination.

Driving

If you’re driving from the mainland, you’ll need to take a ferry to Vancouver Island.  Once on the island, Campbell River is about an hour and a half from Nanaimo and around three hours from Victoria.

BC Ferries (1-888-223-3779) has routes from:

  • Tsawwassen (Vancouver) to Swartz Bay (Victoria)
  • Tsawwassen (Vancouver) to Duke Point (Nanaimo)
  • Horseshoe Bay (Vancouver) to Departure Bay (Nanaimo)

There are several ferry options from Washington State to south Vancouver Island:

Flying

Some airlines fly into Campbell River, while others will get you to nearby locations on Vancouver Island.

To Campbell River

Air Canada (1-888-247-2262)
Central Mountain Air (1-888-865-8585)
Pacific Coastal Airlines (1-800-663-2872)
Kenmore Air (1-866-435-9524)

To Comox, Victoria, and Nanaimo

Westjet (1-888-937-8538) 
Harbour Air (1-800-665-0212)

Driving

If you’re driving from the mainland, you’ll need to take a ferry to Vancouver Island.  Once on the island, Campbell River is about an hour and a half from Nanaimo and around three hours from Victoria.

BC Ferries (1-888-223-3779) has routes from:

  • Tsawwassen (Vancouver) to Swartz Bay (Victoria)
  • Tsawwassen (Vancouver) to Duke Point (Nanaimo)
  • Horseshoe Bay (Vancouver) to Departure Bay (Nanaimo)

There are several ferry options from Washington State to south Vancouver Island:

Flying

Some airlines fly into Campbell River, while others will get you to nearby locations on Vancouver Island.

To Campbell River

Air Canada (1-888-247-2262)
Central Mountain Air (1-888-865-8585)
Pacific Coastal Airlines (1-800-663-2872)
Kenmore Air (1-866-435-9524)

To Comox, Victoria, and Nanaimo

Westjet (1-888-937-8538) 
Harbour Air (1-800-665-0212)

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