What To Do In Port McNeill And Northern Vancouver Island

The town of Port McNeill on Northern Vancouver Island has a variety of services available, and Beach House Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to base yourself while you take in the many sights and activities this region has to offer.

Fishing:
Sport-fishing enthusiasts can explore O’Connor, Keogh and Benson lakes or take a charter fishing trip in Broughton Strait or Johnstone Strait where the waters team with Coho and Chinook Salmon, and Halibut.

Wildlife:
For the thrill of a lifetime don’t miss your opportunity to go out on one of the local wildlife watching tours (whale watching) to see an abundance of marine mammals, black bears roaming the beaches, or even grizzly bears on the British Columbia mainland. Kayaking is also an exciting and adventurous platform to see killer whales and marine mammals from, and guided tours, day trips, or hourly hires are available.

Port McNeill:
The Beach House Bed and Breakfast is within walking distance to many of the amenities of Port McNeill including Restaurants, Tri-Island Ferry service to Sointula and Alert Bay, Visitor Information Centre, Bank, Gift Stores, and Art Galleries.