The Comox Valley offers so many opportunities to experience life on Vancouver Island. Starting off at Tree Island Bed and Breakfast
There are many, many things we love about our neighbourhood and the Comox Valley. Depending on the season, you can spend all or part of a day kayaking, golfing, hiking, biking, diving, swimming, river tubing, skiing, boarding, sailing as well as visiting the many local artists and summer festivals.
Or, should you wish, you can use this Comox Valley B and B as a base for day trips to many other locations on Vancouver Island or the Sunshine Coast.
Visitors’ Information Links
- About Comox Valley
- Comox Valley Guide
- Discover Comox Valley
- Forbidden Plateau
- Denman & Hornby Island Events
Some Personal Favorites
- Our front deck – eagles and sea lions visit us often
- Fanny Bay Dock – a colony of sea lions is in residence most of the year
Horne lake Caves
Shellfish Growers Outlet along Baynes Sound
King fisher Spa and Hydropath – 3 minutes from Tree Island Bed and Breakfast
Royston Wrecks Shipwrecked Createded Breakwater in Royston.
Beaches at Goose Spit, Lazo Road and Kye Bay, Miracle Beach and more…
Farmer’s Markets Saturdays (Summer) and Wednesday (Winter)
Mt. Washington – in the winter the best skiing and snowboarding on the Island; in the summer hiking and chairlift
Strathcona Provincial Park and Seal Bay Park; hiking and exploring – 45 minutes
Local Attractions incluidng sea-lion viewing at Fanny Bay, Filberg ARTS & Music festival, Vancouver Island Music Fest & More…
The Comox Valley Museum
Six Golf Courses – okay… we don’t golf, but if you are a golfer, this valley is sure a great place to play golf almost all year round
The Potter’s Place Gallery Vancouver Island’s largest collection of handcrafted pottery.
Comox Valley Art Gallery
Walking and hiking trails
A Top 10 List of fun things to do in the Valley
Diving with Sea-Lions
Pottery Classes/Lessons in studio on site
Whale & or Bear watching is always a wonderful thing to do during the summer months and you can take a 3 hour drive to telegraph cove to catch a ride with Mackays WhaleWatching http://www.whaletime.com/ (smaller company, longer tours, lunch provided) or http://www.stubbs-island.com/ larger company with more boats/trips daily, however the tours are often shorter than Mackays. If you don’t want to make the 3 hour trip up island, you can also take a tour about 45 minutes north from Cambpell River, http://www.aboriginaljourneys.com/, http://www.adventurewhalewatching.com/whalewatchingsafari.php. There are several other places to choose from as well.