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Discover Comox Valley
From Full on Adventure to Blissful Relaxation…
The Comox Valley is Vancouver Island’s adventure and culinary destination. Picture yourself carving down an alpine ski run with an ocean view, Nordic skiing through an ancient forest, or scuba diving in crystal clear waters. You can mountain bike or hike along one of the many river systems in the area, paddle the many kilometres of stunning shorelines or tee off at one of many scenic golf courses. If festivals are the kind of fun you are looking for, the local Comox Valley festivals take place throughout the year, and celebrate everything from music and shellfish, to fine art and aviation.
The Comox Valley offers four seasons of fantastic experiences for visitors to enjoy!
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Visitors to downtown Comox are delighted with the natural beauty and wide array of shopping, food + beverage options, amenities and services – all within an easy walking distance. There is also an 9-hole golf course, full-service marina, nature parks, beautiful gardens and spectacular beaches only minutes away.
There is never a shortage of things to do in Comox from shopping, food + beverage options, nature parks, marina, paddle boarding, sailing, running and road biking.
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Welcome to Cumberland, BC — a vibrant community nestled in the foothills of the Beaufort Mountains on Vancouver Island. A small village rich in trails, arts, culture, and endless opportunities to recreate. With lively downtown vibes, plentiful nature to explore, and more than 80 kilometers of Vancouver Island's most legendary singletrack, there is sure to be something for every mountain biker in the family.
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Sieffert's Farm Market
We are a family owned and operated farm located at 720 Knight Rd, on the beautiful Comox peninsula. We have been farming at this location since the early 1960's. We currently grow approximately 100 acres of potatoes, 20 acres of corn, 30 of mixed vegetables and 30,000 sqft. of greenhouses, used for tomatoes, cucumbers and propagation.
Our farm market opens for the season in late May and is open daily at 10 am, until November 10th. We pick our vegetables fresh throughout the day as well as bring in a selection of in season crops from other local farms, and fruit from the Okanagan. Please check our Produce page for a full list of what we grow.
We also sell potatoes, corn, tomatoes, and cucumbers through Vancouver Island Farm Products to many grocery stores on Vancouver Island.
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Comox Valley Farmers' Market
The Comox Valley Farmers’ Market Association in a not for profit society that has been bringing local food to local folks since 1992. Over the last twenty-five plus years we have grown from a seasonal Saturday market with a dozen vendors selling product off the tailgate of their pickup truck to a year-round Saturday market and two seasonal markets with over one hundred vendors selling a wide array of products that are grown, made, baked, raised or wild harvested within the Comox Valley and Strathcona Regional District.
Our farmers and producers offer fresh in season fruits and vegetables, wild harvested foods, small scale meat and seafood, eggs, artisan food products, ready to eat food and drink and craft beer, wine and spirits.
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Parks and Recreation
The rural areas of the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) are home to 61 parks to explore, in addition to more than 25 marked beach accesses. There are also many kilometres of maintained trails where horseback riders, cyclists, hikers and pet walkers can connect with the natural beauty of the Comox Valley.
Be sure to check out:
Dogs in Parks
Park Rules & Permits
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Comox Air Force Museum
Visit the Comox Air Force Museum and discover the history and heritage of the RCAF on the west coast of Canada. Explore a family friendly main gallery, special exhibit area and outdoor Heritage Air Park (April to October). The museum also includes a reference library and gift shop.
Entrance is by donation. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm.
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