Region: Vancouver Island and Coast
Regional District: Strathcona
Gold River is located on Vancouver Island, BC. In Gold River you will discover a wealth of recreational pursuits and a clean, modern and safe riverside community. We are a Village with a future and we want you to be part of it! Escape the crowds and visit Gold River any time of year. Tucked in between the Gold and Heber Rivers on Vancouver Island, The Gateway to Historic Nootka Sound on Cana... Read More
Gold River is located on Vancouver Island, BC. In Gold River you will discover a wealth of recreational pursuits and a clean, modern and safe riverside community. We are a Village with a future and we want you to be part of it! Escape the crowds and visit Gold River any time of year. Tucked in between the Gold and Heber Rivers on Vancouver Island, The Gateway to Historic Nootka Sound on Canada’s pacific coast, this is where the road ends and true Canadian wilderness begins. Easy ocean access to the world’s best salmon and halibut fishing. Wilderness and wildlife abound; this is the land of discovery! Fresh glacier fed rivers and lakes make Gold River a flyfisher’s paradise. Visit the site of a 4300 year old First Nations village. Walk the beach where Captain Cook first met Chief Maquinna, heralding the birth of British Columbia. Kayak and surf, climb a mountain, explore a cave, hike the Nootka Trail, do it all right here. There are so many places to visit and things to do for people of all ages. Seniors can have just as much fun on an ocean cruise to Friendly Cove as extreme hikers testing themselves on the Nootka Trail. Whether you get your kicks spelunking hundreds of feet underground, or surfing set after set of perfect waves coming in off the Pacific on a deserted beach, Gold River is your start and end point.
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919 IRONWOOD ST., CAMPBELL RIVER, BC
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