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GETTING HERE




 


DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS



From the South head North on Highway 19
  • From Victoria on Vancouver Islands southern most point it is 460 kilometers to Telegraph Cove. This would take an estimated 6 hours driving time on paved roads.
  • From Nanaimo to Telegraph Cove is 350 kilometers and takes about 4 hours to drive.
  • From Courtenay/Comox it is 240 kilometers and about 3 hours to drive.
  • Campbell River is the closet city and is 200 kilometers southeast on Vancouver Island and
From the North head South on Highway 19
  • From Port Hardy, it is approximately 60 kilometers and is a one hour drive.
  • From Port McNeill it is approximately a 30 minute drive

THERE ARE NO FUEL FACILITIES FOR AUTOMOBILES IN TELEGRAPH COVE

The nearest gas stations are located at: Hyde Creek 20 minutes North of the Cove Sayward 60 + minutes South of the Cove


AIRPORTS & FERRY TERMINALS


If you plan to fly in to Vancouver Island


Island airports include: Port Hardy, Campbell River, Comox, Nanaimo and Victoria that are serviced by scheduled flights from Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.


Airlines operating to the Island include: WestJet, Pacific Coastal, Central Mountain, Air Canada Jazz and others

In addition to these main carriers there are a number of float plane operators and private charters.

If you're travelling with an RV or Camper or driving across from the mainland

BC Ferries operates regularly scheduled sailings from mainland of British Columbia to Nanaimo, Victoria, Port Hardy and Comox.


Washington State Ferries operates scheduled service between Anacortes, Washington and Sidney, B.C.


Also BlackBall Ferry operates from Port Angeles, Washington to Victoria, B.C. 50.546676x-126.834261:12



A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS



Regardless of your travel plans, you can look forward to a friendly welcome, some stunning scenery, a step back in time on our historic boardwalk and an adventure into the wild.


Please take into consideration when planning your journey that during the summer months there is often road work along the highway. So please allow plenty of time to enjoy your drive to Telegraph Cove without having to rush or worry about arriving on time.


You may be lucky to spot an elk, deer or even a black bear grazing on the side of the road.


Safe travels, we look forward to welcoming you soon.