Elk Falls Provincial Park – Campbell River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Campbell River Way of Life

Elk Falls Provincial Park is part of a way of life in Campbell River – for hiking, camping and salmon fishing.

My walk this day brought me along the city’s namesake – the Campbell River to the Canyon View Trail and the Canyon View Trail Bridge.

A Thousand Shades of Green

The Campbell River

Bald Eagles

I didn’t have my camera on the correct setting, therefore my photos of the eagles are not the clearest. However, I have such a love for these majestic birds, that I have to include them!

BC Hydro Station

BC Hydro has a station at Elk Falls. The big water falls are further inland. I stayed along a different path this day – taking me to the Canyon View Trail and the Canyon View Trail Bridge.

Salmon Fishermen!

The Campbell River was lined with people fishing for salmon! The second picture is a view of the river from the Canyon View Trail Bridge.

S, 🌲🐟

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Pure heaven, Joyful Stephanie,
    ” Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. ”
    Have a good one my freind.
    All the best from sunny Sussex in September.

    1. All the best to you too Laurence, from rainy Campbell River! It’s raining today! 🌻🌻🌻

  2. mama says:

    Stephanie, there is no doubt you could put a travel guide book together for the Campbell River area. We all have followed you on your daily escapades as you open the door to the beauty of nature that sums up Campbell River. Amazing!!!🥰

    1. Thanks mama!!!! 🌻💛🌻

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