Things to Do
Whether you’re an avid outdoorsman, vacationing family or a couple on a romantic escape, the abundance of things to do in the Comox Valley is virtually limitless. You can explore beautiful gardens and Nymph Falls, hike or ski through pristine wilderness trails, visit world-class museums and art galleries and so much more. Just outside the doors of our hotel, you’ll find the lovely Courtenay Riverwalk, a winding pathway that will take you on a stroll around the airpark and the beautiful estuary.
When planning your visit to Courtenay, our staff will be happy to recommend things to do and help plan your Comox Valley adventure.
Bayview Hotel offers the ideal home away from home in beautiful Comox Valley, British Columbia with comfortable accommodations and modern amenities.
Open year-round, we offer over 40 exhibits, a Company Store, research services, after school programs, heritage events, guided tours, films, video kiosks, and a replica coal mine
Take a fossil tour and travel 80 million years back in time; browse our galleries to delve into the stories that make our history come alive.
The Aquatic Centre is the ideal place for aquatic fun and fitness in the Comox Valley.
Mt. Washington Alpine Resort is a year-round recreation destination located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
he Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Association (FHLPA) has the responsibility of maintaining and restoring the heritage lodge and outbuildings in the park.
To see and enjoy much of the scenic splendor requires hiking or backpacking into the alpine regions.
We encourage taking advantage of our year-round guided cave tours where animalistic instincts direct your movements as you meander through a natural underground wonderland.
Our self-guided tour begins at the dawn of Military Aviation in WWI, loops through WWII, Korea, the Cold War and United Nations Peacekeeping before reaching our Squadron section.
I-Hos Gallery presents a collection of traditional and contemporary Northwest Coast artwork.
The Comox Valley Art Gallery is dedicated to presenting and fostering contemporary art by professional artists from the region, the country and beyond.
The river and falls rage over a series of exposed bedrock ledges, from fall to spring, to the delight of white water enthusiasts.