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Thunderbird RV Park & Campground, Campbell River, British Columbia

WeiWaiKum First Nations DancersCentrally located in Campbell River, Thunderbird RV Park & Campground provides excellent camping facilities in beautiful surroundings with all the amenities close at hand. This year-round park features 77 serviced sites and 15 non-serviced tent sites including spacious big rig friendly pull-through and ocean view sites.

Thunderbird RV Park & Campground offers spectacular scenery with stunning views of the coastal mountains. Cruise ships pass by the door from April to October heading north to Alaska and south to Vancouver and Victoria.

Campbell River

Fishermans Pier Campbell RiverCampbell River is the gateway to the north and west of Vancouver Island and an abundance of parks and wilderness including Strathcona, Elk Falls and Mount Washington parks. Also known as the Salmon Capital of the World, Campbell River is home to the annual migration of millions of salmon as they travel through Discovery Passage on their way to spawn in their birth river.

Sandy beaches, swimming, kayaking, whitewater rafting, snorkeling, scuba diving and much more are all close at hand and amid stunning scenery.

Start your outdoor adventure in Campbell River. You will be glad you did!

Campbell River Bicycling on the SeawalkCampbell River is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island 2 hours (153 km / 95 mi) from Nanaimo or 3.5 hours (264 km / 165 mi) from Victoria on Highway 19. BC Ferries operates from Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria.

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