- TripBuzz discovered 18 different types of activities for couples in the Campbell River area, including Parks (like Elk Falls Provincial Park), Piers & Boardwalks (like Discovery Fishing Pier), Boat Tours (like Discovery Marine Safaris Ltd.) and Whale Watching Tours (like Campbell River Whale Watching and Adventure Tours), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 6 date ideas in or near Campbell River, British Columbia, including 2 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Courtenay.
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760 Island Highway | Coast Marina, Campbell River, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Discovery Marine Safaris Ltd. provides guests with the opportunity to go on marine wildlife safaris and grizzly bear expeditions. Guests who come to ride the establishment's wildlife taxi can also visit the location's gift shop.
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700 Block Island Highway, Campbell River, British Columbia MoreLess Info
At the Discovery Fishing Pier, guests can watch for whales and seals while fishing for salmon. The location also offers and frozen yogurt and large servings of over fifteen flavors of ice cream.
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Discovery Harbour Marina Dock E, Campbell River, British Columbia MoreLess Info
With Campbell River Whale Watching and Adventure Tours, guests can enroll in four to eight hour tours that take them by whales, grizzly bears, and on the rapids of the Campbell River. Guests may also fish at the location.
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Central Vancouver Island on Hwy 28, Campbell River, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Elk Falls Provincial Park offers guests the opportunity to go swimming, fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Families visiting the site can advantage of its picnic tables, playground, and vehicle-accessible camping sites.
Operated by the locals, Island Joy Rides caters to tourism by bicycle. Visitors explore the west coast through self-guided tours or guided tours on quiet roads and trails while luggage and accommodations are taken care of.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the wooded and beach trails at Seal Bay Nature Park. Families participate in bicycling, nature hikes through ponds, beaches, trees, marshes, bridges and ravines as well as wildlife viewing for bears, wildfowl, eagles, seals and cougars.
Located in central Vancouver Island, Kin Beach Provincial Park overlooks the Strait of Georgia. Visitors enjoy camping, playground, grassy field, canoeing, fishing, bicycling, beach swimming and picnicking.
Miracle Beach Provincial Park is located at Black Creek on the eastern shore. Visitors enjoy the large, sandy beach, camping, picnic areas, playground, marine life viewing in tide pools, sandcastle building, swimming, cycling, fishing, hiking, boating and horseback riding.