Region: Vancouver Island and Coast
Regional District: Mount Waddington
Port Alice is a picturesque community located on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Situated on the banks of Neroutsos Inlet and surrounded by lush forests and plentiful lakes, Port Alice is known as “the Gateway to the Wild West Coast”.
The most up to date information about Port Alice is available on the Port Alice website or by contacting us directly.
The forest industry remains the economic mainstay of Port Alice. While logging and milling dominate the local economy, the entrepreneurial spirit is also alive and well in Port Alice. A small business community supporting the local forest sector thrives alongside basic retail services including groceries, postal services, a liquor store and several tourism operators featuring Bed and Breakfasts (BnBs), restaurants, a hotel and boat charters.
Port Alice has plenty of room for well-planned development. Designated green space surrounds the existing residential area, as well as large amounts of land within the municipal boundary zoned for comprehensive development, commercial and residential.
Port Alice is a great place to call home, with affordable real estate, an active outdoor lifestyle, business potential, natural beauty and more.
Available real estate (commercial and residential) is listed on realtor.ca.
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