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Located on the East Coast, Comox is rich in agricultural land, forests and mountains. Relax on a beach in summer, or go skiing in winter at Mount Washington, but whenever you visit, head to Fisherman’s Wharf to buy fresh fish right off the boat.
Top things to do
Hike or play golf
Golf at one of nine year-round local golf courses, or go hiking or biking along the local trails, or visit Strathcona Provincial Park for more action.
Explore water activities
Swim, kayak, water-ski, kitesurf, stand-up paddleboard, windsurf, snorkel or dive in the safe and clear surrounding waters.
Visit Mount Washington
Ski, cross-country ski, snowboard, snowshoe and snowtube in the winter and mountain bike, mini-golf, and try bungee trampolining in the summer at Mount Washington Alpine Resort.
Enjoy local wines and food
Tantalize your taste buds at several local wineries and enjoy farm-to-table deliciously fresh food in the area's restaurants and cafes.
Discover local history
Discover the history of Canadian Forces aviation, plus from April – September you can get up close to several epic planes all at the Comox Air Force Museum.
Drive 90 minutes from Nanaimo to the heart of beautiful farming landscapes on Vancouver Island to visit Courtenay—the urban centre of the Comox Valley. Downtown Courtenay boasts charming streets filled with art galleries, theatres, shops, artists’ studios, boutiques and gardens, and out of town there are sandy beaches, forests, mountains, parks and lakes. Plus, drive just 15 minutes to the local ski hill.
Mount Washington Alpine Resort boasts one of the most spectacular coastal mountain settings in North America. Bordering Strathcona Provincial Park and the Beaufort Mountains to the west and the Georgia Strait to the east, it's a great spot to enjoy summer and winter outdoor activities.
Located on the east coast, Campbell River has been known for the past century as the Salmon Capital of the World. But there’s more to Campbell River than fishing—with lots of provincial parks, beaches, restaurants and wildlife, there’s something for everyone.
Drive 30 minutes north from Nanaimo to visit Parksville, offering long sandy beaches, lots of water sports, and plenty of arts and crafts to suit all tastes. Known as Canada's Riviera, Parksville is the perfect destination for romantic getaways and family fun.
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