Aerial view of Rebecca Spit

(Philip Stone photo)

Quadra Island

Biking along the shoreline (Philip Stone photo)

Biking along the shoreline (Philip Stone photo)

A warm welcome awaits on Quadra Island, the heart and hub of the Discovery Islands archipelago, near Campbell River.

Quadra Island is home to 2,700 year round residents from all walks of life. Among those are the Laich-Kwil-Tach First Nation and others drawn to the island's relaxed pace.

Located at the north end of the Salish Sea on British Columbia’s inner coast, it’s one of a dozen islands that make up the Discovery archipelago. Home to the largest population, it serves as a commercial and transportation centre for the area’s residents and workers.

Gorgeous beaches, craggy shorelines, rushing tidal currents and the soaring mountains on neighbouring Vancouver Island and the mainland make up much Quadra’s stunning scenery. The natural environment permeates everything about the island, from outdoor activities to inspiration for local artists.

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