Vancouver Island Vision – Elk Falls

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we are visiting Elk Falls Provincial Park and the Quinsam Campground. This popular destination campground provides riverside sites and large well-spaced campsites in a stunning forested setting. https://youtu.be/brOq5KCfkx8 Please don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for our latest Vancouver Island listings, virtual tours, local businesses, real estate …

Sister City

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we explore Campbell River’s Sister City. Campbell River has been twinned with Ishikari in Hokkaido, Japan since 1983. Both communities are known for their salmon and this sparked a relationship between them. For more information, visit: http://www.twinningcr.bc.ca Please don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for our latest …

Ripple Rock

This week on Vancouver Island Vision we take a look at the iconic Ripple Rock hiking trail in Campbell River, BC. This is a popular hiking trail overlooking the site of the 1958 Ripple Rock blast. This was the largest, non-nuclear explosion at the time. Trail is 4 kms long; allow 2 and a half …

Royston Seaside Trail

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we will take you along the scenic Seaside Trail in Royston, BC. This family friendly trail offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, running, and bird watching and offers a glimpse into the area’s rich history. Please remember to …

Coastal Custom Homes

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we are visiting with Coastal Custom Homes to discuss passive and net zero super energy efficient homes.

Royston Wrecks

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we will take you on a tour of the Royston Wrecks (aka The Ghostships of Royston). Here lie the remains of 15 vessels, sunk to serve as a logging breakwater over a quarter of a century, starting in 1936. For more information on this chunk of Vancouver Island history, …

Chemainus Murals

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we take you to the community of Chemainus, BC. Follow the yellow footprints to take a tour of this towns’ iconic murals depicting the history of the area. What once was a small industrial town is now filled with artisanal shops and attractions. What a great place to visit …