Comox Valley

Comox Valley

Comox Valley is a diverse and vibrant region on Vancouver Island known for its stunning natural beauty, outdoor recreational opportunities, and rich cultural experiences. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, foodie, or history buff, Comox Valley offers a wide range of activities and attractions for visitors of all ages.

Key Attractions and Activities:

  1. Mount Washington Alpine Resort: Known for its winter skiing and snowboarding, Mount Washington also offers hiking, mountain biking, and scenic chairlift rides during the summer, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
  2. Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park: Explore beautifully landscaped gardens, historical buildings, and artisan shops in this park. It’s also home to the annual Filberg Festival, celebrating art, music, and culture.
  3. Comox Valley Farmers’ Market: Sample fresh local produce, artisanal foods, and handmade crafts at the farmers’ markets in Courtenay and Comox. These markets are a great way to experience the local culture.
  4. Hiking and Outdoor Adventure: The valley offers numerous hiking trails, including those in Strathcona Provincial Park, the oldest provincial park in British Columbia. Outdoor enthusiasts can also enjoy kayaking, paddleboarding, and fishing in the area’s lakes and rivers.
  5. Cultural Experiences: Visit the Courtenay and District Museum or the Comox Air Force Museum to learn about the region’s history. The Comox Valley Art Gallery showcases local and regional artists.
  6. Wildlife Viewing: The area is home to diverse wildlife. You can go birdwatching, spot seals, sea lions, and even take whale-watching tours to see orcas, gray whales, and humpbacks.
  7. Beachfront Relaxation: Comox Valley boasts scenic beaches such as Goose Spit Park and Kye Bay, perfect for picnics, beachcombing, and swimming in the warm summer months.

Dining and Culinary Delights:

Comox Valley is renowned for its farm-to-table dining experiences. Sample local seafood, including oysters and salmon, or enjoy fresh produce from nearby farms. The region is also known for its wineries, craft breweries, and artisanal food producers.


Accommodation options in Comox Valley range from cozy bed and breakfasts and boutique inns to campgrounds and RV parks. There are also vacation rentals and full-service hotels available in Courtenay and Comox.

Getting There:

Comox Valley is accessible by road from Nanaimo or Victoria via the Island Highway (BC-19). The Comox Valley Airport (YQQ) offers air travel options, connecting to Vancouver and other destinations.

Visitor Information:

For more information about Comox Valley, including events, accommodations, and travel tips, visit the official Comox Valley Tourism website or stop by the Comox Valley Visitor Centre for brochures and local insights.

Note: Be sure to check for any COVID-19 related guidelines or restrictions that may be in place before traveling to Comox Valley. Enjoy your visit to this picturesque region on Vancouver Island!

607 Small Rd #101, Cumberland, BC V9N 3Z8

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