Campbell River Waterfront Homes
Campbell River features an array of waterfront home options. From large island estates to small lakefront cottages, we’ve got lots of waterfront options for you.
The city of Campbell River overlooks the Salish Sea and Discovery Passage. The ocean is a way of life here and oceanfront homes are one of the big draws to our Vancouver Island community.
Many homes in Campbell River are oceanfront with views of the passage in their front yards!
A seaside community with over 20 kms of waterfront, Campbell River has long been touted as “the Salmon Capital of the World” and you can see for yourself the many boaters who travel the channel from the many oceanfront properties in the river city.
The Campbell River, Campbell River’s namesake, was made most popular by the town’s magistrate, Roderick Haig-Brown. Haig-Brown went on to purchase a fishing cabin on the Campbell River and write two dozen books about fly fishing and conservation of the river.
Many homes are located along the picturesque stretch of the Campbell River leading out to the mouth of the Discovery Passage. Homes are conveniently located close to town as well as many popular walking trails such as the Canyon View trail which follows the River up to the gorgeous Elk Falls.
Campbell River is home to many channels of lakes. All the lakes are easily accessible year round, but for lakefront living, McIvor Lake is what you’re looking for.
McIvor Lake is located southwest of Campbell River via Highway #28 and is open to the public for day use only and includes a boat launch. You can find Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout as well as Dolly Varden but fishing isn’t all that the lake has to offer! Although open to the public for water sports and fishing, many lakefront properties are located away from the general public areas on large acreages and private lots.
Upper Campbell Lake
Another picturesque lakefront location in Campbell River is the Upper Campbell Lake. The Upper Campbell is a large man made lake created when the government built the Strathcona dam. Upper Campbell is full of the same trout and Dolly Varden of the Lower Campbell and can be accessed off Highway #28 towards Gold River.
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