Campbell River RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Campbell River, British Columbia

Located on the east coast of Vancouver Island, Campbell River is a popular spot for campers to visit. You can see everything from cultural attractions to outdoor recreation areas, not to mention RV campsites that show off the natural splendour Vancouver Island is known for. Scroll down on our Campbell River landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sanidumps, RV dealers and more.

Shown is a beach with a cloudy sky and people walking in the sand.
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Beaches and more in Black Creek, B.C.

This peaceful little community is surrounded by beaches and other points of interest.

a chef plating three dishes with gourmet food
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Tantalize your tastebuds in Campbell River

Campbell River tempts foodies with trendy restaurants, fresh-caught seafood and agricultural products.

A serene river setting
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Oyster River is teeming with life

The Oyster River Enhancement Society maintains a fishing hatchery within Black Creek that’s loaded with wildlife

Pictured here is a sky full of colourful hot-air balloons at the International Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque.

Realizing your dreams is up to you—make it happen!

Realizing your most fantastic dreams is possible, but you have to start with visualization and the true belief that they will materialize.

Shelter Point Distillery, at Black Creek, B.C., offers free tours and tastings.
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Toast nature in Black Creek, B.C.

Black Creek, B.C., offers its visitors many interesting, inspiring agritourism and ecotourism options.

Maple trees along the Bear Creek Trail.
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Endless year-round hiking possibilities in Campbell River

From beginner to expert, Campbell River has plenty of trails to choose from for all outdoor enthusiasts including the little ones.

by Mason Buettner
A starfish spawning in Campbell River, B.C. This photo was taken during an excursion with Abyssal Dive Charters.
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Dive deep into Campbell River’s natural wonders

This Vancouver Island community has many places where you can get close to the wildlife and learn about the local species.

The Sun Mask, a piece by Wilson George, is surrounded by other works of art.
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Top things to see and do in Campbell River

Get ready for an RV-friendly holiday, and visit these top attractions in Campbell River, B.C.

The chef putting the finishing touches on three plates at the Angler's Dining Room.
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Pacific coast flavour

A guide to west coast cuisine in Campbell River. 

by Kimberly Shellborn
Campbell River's Marine Heritage Centre. 
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Inspiration abounds in Campbell River

The Salmon Capital of Canada is the place for whale and bear watching or a visit to the incredible Maritime Heritage Centre.

by Karen Kornelsen
Campbell River museum
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Campbell River has deep roots

This BC community invites you to take a historical tour.

Larry Stefanyk of Campbell River, B.C., with a large, silver salmon
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Harvest the waters in Campbell River, B.C.

A visit to Campbell River, B.C., is an opportunity to fish for and feast on a wonderful variety of fish and shellfish.

Kathy Paynter's favourite place for sunset photos.
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Campbell River with a camera

Campbell River’s oceanfront location on the east coast of Vancouver Island makes it ideal for crisp, sparkling water shots and gorgeous sunset views.

2 Bikers riding past a red barn.
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Cycle your way through taste tours in Campbell River and the Comox Valley

Campbell River-based Island Joy Rides tempts travelling foodies with cycling and tasting tours through Campbell River and the Comox Valley, with stops at the best wineries, farms and kitchens in the region.

boy with fish
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Fishing with kids in Campbell River makes a great vacation even more memorable

The beautiful waterfront city of Vancouver Island’s Campbell River is a natural setting for anyone wanting to enjoy a fabulous family adventure.

A large decorative carved native mask resembles a sun with a central face and arms that look like birds. It is painted in reds, purples and browns.
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Take an artistic journey

Over the years, prolific writers, carvers and painters have chosen to live in the Campbell River area, leaving behind artistic legacies and a number of intriguing sites.

RV-friendly businesses near Campbell River