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Getting Here

By Car:
By way of the new inland island highway the trip to Campbell River has never been easier. A two hour drive from Nanaimo, or just five hours from Victoria on Highway 19. If you prefer a more senic route coast Highway 19a will give you beautiful views of Georgia Straight and the Coast Mountains.

By Ferry:

From BC
BC Ferries offers several ways to reach Vancouver Island. The easiest way is to travel from Horseshoe Bay or Twassassen (on the mainland) to the two terminals in Nanaimo (on Vancouver Island). You can also travel from Twassassen to Swartz Bay in Victoria.

From Washington State
There are several private and public services to Victoria:

  • Victoria Clipper
    Passenger-only high-speed catamaran ferry service between Seattle WA and Victoria BC.
    Toll-free: 1 800 888-2535
    Tel: (206) 448-5000
    Web: www.victoriaclipper.com

  • MV Coho
    The MV Coho ferry carries vehicles and passengers between Port Angeles WA and Victoria BC.
    Tel: (360) 457-4491
    Web: www.northolympic.com/coho/

  • Washington State Ferries
    Washington State Ferries operates service for vehicles and passengers between Anacortes WA and Sidney (Victoria) BC.
    Toll-free: 1 888 808-7977
    Tel: (206) 464-6400
    Web: www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/

By Sea:
The Campbell River waterfront offers many options for moorage, with a wide variety of services. Call the Campbell River Tourism Information toll free at 1-800-463-4386 for a list of marinas.

By Air:
Daily flights from Vancouver to Campbell River give visitors an easy way to reach us.