Powell River Information and Tourism

Please visit these other links provided for more detailed information about Powell River.

“B.C. Ferries”

“Ferry schedules, fees, routes and updated travel information.”
http://www.bcferries.com

“Pacific Coastal Airlines”

“Flight schedules, routes, and airfares”
http://www.pacific-coastal.com

“How’s the Weather?”

“Environment Canada current conditions and weather forecast for Powell River.”
http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/city/pages/bc-58_metric_e.html

“Powell River Visitor Information”

“Information about Powell River including accommodations, restaurants, attractions & events, recreation, & travel information.”
http://www.discoverpowellriver.com

“Vital Signs”

“Taking the pulse of Powell River. Presented by Powell River Community Foundation. ”
http://prvs.ca/

“Maps of Powell River”

“A whole host of useful maps of Powell River and area!”
http://www.discoverpowellriver.com/getting-here/maps.php

“Powell River Bike Trails”

“This map, courtesy of the Powell River Bike club is a great resource. But be warned, some of the trails are definitely not for beginners.”
http://www.bikepowellriver.ca/maps.php

“Local Tide Guide”

“Fisheries and Oceans official site with tide information for the region.”
http://www.waterlevels.gc.ca/cgi-bin/tide-shc.cgi?queryType=showFrameset&zone=13&language=english®ion=1&stnnum=7885

“Plant Hardiness Zones”

“Planning a garden, orchard or even a few flowers, it’s nice to know what a temperate climate we enjoy in Powell River. ”
http://atlas.agr.gc.ca/agmaf/index_eng.html#context=phz-zrp_en

“City of Powell River”

“Information regarding mayor & council, government, recreation, community, departments, & contacts.”
http://www.powellriver.ca

“Career Link”

“Assistance finding a job in Powell River, wage subsidy programs, etc.”
http://www.careerlinkbc.com

“Canadian Real Estate Association”

“What you should know about buying or selling a home.”
http://www.crea.ca

“Residential Tenancy Office”

“Information you need to know about the Residential Tenancy Act.”
http://www.rto.gov.bc.ca/

“Island View Lodge Motel”

“Busy motel has 30 units, 8 with kitchens. Ocean views in the heart of Townsite. Close to restaurants & theatre”
http://www.islandviewlodge.ca

“Cedar Lodge Bed & Breakfast”

“Located 28 km north of Powell River, off Highway 101 near Lund and close to Okeover Arm Provincial Park, the gateway to Desolation Sound Marine Park and Sunshine Coast Trail.”
http://www.cedarlodgebb.ca/

“Marland Motel”

“Our friendly, comfortable and affordable Motel is located off of Highway 101, just minutes from the Golf Course, Sunshine Coast Trail, Powell River Forest Canoe Route, shopping, and world reknowned SCUBA diving. Our ammenities include: smoking or non-smoking self-contained cottages with kitchenettes, and a main lodge that has two kitchenette suites available. Each room has its own bathroom with combination shower/tub (cottages have shower only), colour TV, telephone, fridge, kettle and coffee supplies. The kitchen suites come with dishes, pots and utensils, toaster, stove/oven, and automatic coffee pots may be available upon request. ”
http://www.marlandmotel.com

“Ocean Point B&B”

“A luxury Powell River accommodation located in beautiful Grief Point. ”
http://www.oceanpointbb.com/

“Oceanside Resort”

“Your little world by the sea. They say that if you want to find out where the stone was dropped in the water, you ought to look for the source of the waves. If you trace back to their source all the good things being said around the world about inexpensive holidays in temperate natural paradises, you’ll find that your investigations will lead you here to Oceanside, near Powell River on the southwestern coast of British Columbia, Canada.”
http://www.oceansidepark.com

“Old Courthouse Inn”

“Heritage Hotel. Clean, comfortable and cozy private rooms furnished with antiques, small fridge and color cable t.v. Internet and fax service. Laundry and kitchen facilities available. Shuttle service. Walking distance to bakery, restaurants, general store, pub, movie theatre, hiking trails and lake. Phone 604-483-4000″
http://www.oldcourthouseinn.ca

“Boxwood Cottage”

“Private heritage home cottage with english garden located in the heart of Westview.”
http://www.boxwoodcottage.com

“Desolation Sound Resort”

“Fully furnished, spacious oceanfront chalets – the perfect getaway with kayaking, boating and hiking right at your front door! Overlooking Okeover Inlet with kayak rental, boat charter and within walking distance to one of the premiere restaurants on the Sunshine Coast, The Laughing Oyster!”
http://www.desolationresort.com/front.htm

“Powell River Kings”

“Exciting hockey in Powell River. support your local hockey club! General information, news, schedule, statistics, live broadcasts, player profiles, merchandise, arena, tickets, history and links.”
http://powellriverkings.com

“Duck Lake Protected Area”

“BC Provincial Park. The Duck Lake Protected Area is located east of Powell River and provides important nesting habitat for migratory and non-migratory birds.”
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/duck_lk/

“Inland Lake Provincial Park”

“Many years ago, the Model Community Society constructed a 13 km wheelchair accessible trail around Inland Lake. There are drive-in and walk-in campsites available at this park, as well as opportunities for swimming, cycling, fishing, canoeing and boating (10hp).”
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/inland_lk/

“Okeover Arm Provincial Park”

“On the east side of the Malaspina Peninsula, visitors enjoy canoeing and kayaking, searching out the varied marine life and walking through the lightly-forested upland. This small campground is on the doorstep of Desolation Sound Marine Park. ”
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/okeover/

“Saltery Bay Provincial Park”

“Saltery Bay Provincial Park was established in 1962 to provide ocean access on the Sunshine Coast of Georgia Strait. The park is divided into two separate sites: the campground and the day-use area.”
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/saltery/

“British Columbia Magazine”

“British Columbia Magazine is the scenic geographic and travel magazine of British Columbia”
http://www.bcmag.ca/

“Hello British Columbia”

“Plan your vacation to British Columbia on the official BC travel website”
http://www.hellobc.com

“Myrtle Point Golf Club”

“18-hole golf course, Clubhouse, full service Golf Shop plus Orca Bistro”
http://myrtlepointgolf.com/

“Coast Rain Forest Info”

“Hinterland Who’s Who is full of interesting facts about this area.”
http://www.hww.ca/en/where-they-live/coastal-rainforest.html

“The Peak”

“Powell River’s local news publication, information about current weather conditions, current events and real estate”
http://www.prpeak.com

“Powell River Living Magazine”

“Local news and views published monthly with special attention to grass roots of the community. ”
http://prliving.ca/