Places to stay in Campbell River, British Columbia

We currently have 62 accommodations in and around Campbell River with other regional listings available for Hotels, B&B's, RV parks, Motels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Campbell River is a city in British Columbia at the south end of Discovery Passage on northern Vancouver Island. Campbell River claims a population of 28,456 and has long been known as the salmon capital of the world. Local restaurants include Joey's Only Seafood Restaurant, A & W Restaurants, Riptide Marine Pub Grill & Catering, and White Spot Restaurant.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the city are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a large number of nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Campbell River is located close to McPhee Lake, Hidalgo Point, Marshall Point, Ellis Lake and Sliammon Creek.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Campbell River

The Seaside Cottages

Photograph of Seaside Cottages, Campbell River
10 OUT OF 10 Wonderful ocean front cottage. My wife and I had a wonderful 3 night stay at Seaside Cottage. The cottage was very warm and comfortable. The private hot tub on the deck was so relaxing with amazing views of the ocean and mountains. It is a short drive to Mt. Washington which has fantastic .....

The Oceanview Guest House

Photograph of Oceanview Guest House, Campbell River
We are located in a quiet area of Campbell River with easy access to fishing, hiking, downtown, pier, beaches & lakes, theatres, museums, airport, main roads and inland highway to Mount Washington, Strathcona Park or other island destinations. Campbell River is known as the "Salmon Capital of .....

The Thunderbird RV Park And Campground

Photograph of Thunderbird RV Park And Campground, Campbell River
Direct acess to Hwy. 19 Heated Washrooms Flush Toilets Hot Showers Wheelchair Access Laundromat Picnic Tables Fire Pits Telephone Serviced Sites (Power, Water, Septic) Public Boat Launch Moorage 10 min. walk Ice Pets Welcome Arrange Fishing .....

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

The first settlers were members of the Kwakiutl First Nations and Weewaikai and Wewaykum tribe members of the Laich-kwil-tach First Nations. The town is served by Campbell River Airport, a seaplane base called YHH at Campbell River Harbour, a BC Ferries route to Quadra Island, and highways which connect it to neighbouring towns such as Courtenay, The Village of Sayward, Gold River and Port Hardy.

Other local Campbell River information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -125°13'26.4
  • Latitude: 49°58'57.72

Things to see and do

Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre

Located at 34 Weway. Nuyumbalees means, The Beginning. The Nuyumbalees Society was founded in 1975 by Hereditary and Elected Chiefs of the Kwa' Kwa' Ka' Wa'Kw people, to negotiate the return of their Potlatch Treasures and Regalia (Kikasuw). The society has been entrusted with the care and preservation of a priceless and historic collection of original Kwa'Kwa'Ka' Wa'Kw Kikasuw returned in February, 1979. The Kwagiulth Museum opened in June of that same year. Since its inception, the Nuyumbalees Society has been committed to the care and preservation of the Potlatch Collection and to the Revitalization of the Kwa'Kwa'Ka' Wa'Kw Language, Culture and Traditions through Cultural Education Programs.

Nearby towns

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Closed, unlisted or renamed properties

  • Pacific Heights Lane B&B, 664 Pacific Heights Lane
  • Oceanfront B&B, 571 Island Highway
  • Silky's Bed and Breakfast Guest House, 5386 Race Point Road
  • Ripple Rock Retreat, 5952 Race Point Road