231 acres with over 3.5 km of lakefront. Great investment property with no zoning & significant upside potential. In 2008 the Seller prepped 30 cottage sites, installed docks & other amenities. Includes “show cabin” serviced with underground power and phone.
Enjoy this secluded and serene corner of Vancouver Island only minutes from Campbell River. The property is located at the gateway to an extensive recreational area with more than 23 lakes within a 5 mile radius. Campbell River is known as the “The Salmon Fishing Capital of the World,” the Sayward Forest Canoe Route is one of the most extensive on Vancouver Island and the Mount Washington ski area is just over an hour away offering both summer and winter activities.
This trophy lakefront development property is situated on 231 acres with over 3.5 kilometres of lakefront. An excellent investment property with no zoning the acreage has significant upside potential. In 2008 the seller prepped 30 cottage sites, installed docks and other amenities. The seller also built a cabin to function as a “show cabin” and fully serviced the site with underground power and phone. The small creek runs through the north side of the property into the lake. With no zoning this property could be the perfect site for an RV park and or campground.
The property has been previously logged with all the merchantable timber being removed. Easy access by public road about 20 minutes from Campbell River. The perfect property for savvy investor to buy and develop now or hold for future development as Vancouver Island population grows.
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Campbell River, BC (20 minutes to Campbell River).
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Named one of the top five quality of life destinations in North America by Foreign Direct Investment Magazine, Campbell River offers a balanced lifestyle surrounded by nature. With the waters of Discovery Passage at the shoreline and majestic mountains as a backdrop, Campbell River is located at the 50th parallel on the east coast of northern Vancouver Island. We are the third largest city on the island, with a population of more than 37,500, and the urban service centre and hub community for approximately 60,000 people living and working in the region.
Campbell River is located midway along Vancouver Island’s eastern shore. Natural beauty and community amenities here offer an unparalleled lifestyle that gives residents, businesses and visitors room to grow and space to breathe.
From eco-adventures and internationally renowned salmon fishing to skiing at Mount Washington, safe streets to cultural treasures, fine dining to golfing, boutique shopping to advanced educational opportunities, community festivals to parks and trails for all ages and abilities, Campbell River has it all!
As the thriving central hub of the northern Vancouver Island and central coast region, Campbell River is a city with friendly small-town character. Which makes it a natural home for companies looking for a highly accessible location, abundant natural resources and first-class transportation and communications networks. Add a skilled labour force and a talented pool of experienced managers, and this is one of the most advantageous environments in the Pacific Northwest.
Campbell River’s natural beauty is showcased in its parks, trails and natural spaces. With more than 50 kilometres of trails and 1,500 hectares of parkland and natural space, the City of Campbell River offers many opportunities to enjoy the spectacular outdoors.
Take time to explore the unique qualities and characteristics of Campbell River’s exceptional parks and trails. Combined with our recreational features and facilities, you can walk, hike, bike rollerblade, picnic, beach comb, view wildlife, boat, swim, play tennis, disc golf, bocce or walk your dog. There is outdoor fun for everyone in Campbell River.
For the First Nations people of Canada’s West Coast, salmon have been central to a way of life since the beginning of time. In keeping with natural cycles of return and release, visitors have flocked to Campbell River, the Salmon Capital of the World, for decades in search of unbeatable fishing experiences. Nestled on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island where smaller islands cluster at the narrowing of Discovery Passage, Campbell River shows off a unique spot where rivers meet ocean.
The First Nations on the coast have known of the excellent salmon runs on the Campbell River for centuries. Their village site at the mouth of the river was named Tlamatook, meaning “a place where there are houses.” Archaeological digs at this site have revealed extensive use as a permanent village and fishing site for millennia.
This area has long been famous for its fishing and people have come from far and wide to enjoy the fishing (and hunting) here, so it is not surprising to learn that the first business established in Campbell River was a hotel, in 1904, known as the Willows Hotel, built by Charles and Frederick Thulin. In 1910, a large party headed by BC’s Commissioner of Lands stayed here before setting out on an exploratory survey of central Vancouver Island. Their expedition resulted in the establishment of BC’s first provincial park, Strathcona Park.
While Campbell River grew as a service centre surrounded by large logging camps, it also played host to increasing numbers of visitors bent on catching the impressive Tyee salmon, distinguished from other salmon by weighing over 30 pounds. In 1924, to regulate and protect the sport, the Tyee Club of British Columbia established a set of rules which are still adhered to by the Club to this day. The Tyee Club is Campbell River’s oldest organization.
With the construction of the Discovery Harbour Centre on Weiwaikum First Nation reserve land. The project was the first of its kind in Canada where the First Nation partnered with the development firm, Northwest Group, rather than just leasing out the land. More of the shoreline was re-claimed with fill, and the marina, offices, shopping centre, and restaurants were opened with celebrations and fireworks in 1998. Visitors to the shopping centre will notice the prominence given to First Nations designs on all the buildings and in the many figures and structures scattered throughout.
Campbell River was incorporated as a city in 2005.
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
50°12'9.82"N and 125°33'16.72"W
No zoning so the possibilities are endless.
In 2008 the seller prepped 30 cottage sites, installed docks and other amenities.
Underground power and telephone.
2 bedroom “show cabin” built along the lakefront in 2008. Serviced with underground power and telephone.
LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 466 SAYWARD DISTRICT PLAN VIP81095
LOT 3 DISTRICT LOT 466 SAYWARD DISTRICT PLAN VIP81095
LOT 4 DISTRICT LOT 466 SAYWARD DISTRICT PLAN VIP81095
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