Ocean Estates Developments
1257 Farquharson Drive
Courtenay, B.C. V9N-9A4
Phone - 250-703-4574
Fax - 250-703-4573
Nestled between the Beaufort Mountains and the Strait of Georgia on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, the Comox Valley is a collection of rolling mountains, delicate alpine meadows, rushing rivers, pristine lakes, lush forests, fertile farms, incredible beaches and more than 40 green parks. This unique geography plus a year round temperate climate, creates an exceptional location for an incredible range of year-round outdoor recreation activities
In the Comox Valley it really is possible to enjoy the best of all seasons - you can be knee-deep in a winter wonderland, then within half an hour be dusting the snow off your boots on a lush green golf course, or paddling a kayak through sparkling blue waters
The Comox Valley is also a thriving centre for arts and culture. Four major museums, live theatre, a dynamic music scene, an active artist community and year round cultural festivals and events are just a few of the many attractions the Comox Valley has to offer.
Gourmet cuisine, unique shopping experiences, galleries and eclectic coffee and tea shops line the streets of the Comox Valley's urban centers. Or head into the quiet farmland, hills and coastlines of the Comox Valley and experience the relaxed atmosphere of rural life.
The Comox Valley stretches 50 km (30 miles) along the coast from Fanny Bay (home of the world famous Fanny Bay Oysters) to the sandy shores of Saratoga Beach. Getting to the Comox Valley is easier than ever with direct flights to the newly expanded Comox Valley Airport.
Population: about 60,000.
Comox is 6 km (4 mi.) east of Courtenay, off Highway 19.
It is served by BC Ferries from Powell River (27 km/17 mi.).
There is also access by commercial airlines and bus.
Recreation Facilities & Activities:
Local Attractions: Mt. Washington, Comox Airforce Museum, Goose Spit Beach, Historic Filberg Lodge and Gallery, Kye Bay Beach, Kin Provincial Beach, Strathcona Provincial Park