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Comox is located on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. This beautiful town has become a popular tourist attraction due to its local wildlife sightings, great fishing, and mild winter weather. Spend a day on the ocean at one of the multiple boat launches, take in a brewery tour or local farm stand, or visit for an arts festival or event. The strong sense of community in Comox will keep you coming back.
Visiting a place as beautiful as Comox comes with a bonus – lots of free sights to explore! Visit the lush Seal Bay Nature Park and marvel at Nymph Falls. Explore Downton Courtenay with 2 hour free parking for a good walk and lunch. Enjoy a complimentary tour at Wayward Distillery and sample exceptional spirits crafted uniquely from honey.
Downtown Courtenay is located in the center of the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. Once you are downtown it is very easy to park and experience everything on foot. Locally there is bus service in the 3 municipalities of Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland. There’s also HandyDart buses available for people with limited mobility.
There are four marinas around the valley with boat launches if you want to spend a day on the water. Wave to passing whales or take a quick ride to amazing beaches like Tree Island and Tribune Bay.
Feeling outdoorsy? Camping in BC reopened with some restrictions in place to ensure safety. Some remain closed, so we recommend confirming with your chosen campground directly before making any plans. Reservations are strongly recommended.