180 acres with roughly 6,400 feet of low bank oceanfront at the entrance to Phillips Arm. Southwest exposure, deep water, sheltered moorage. Year round creeks, potential power generation. Timber and gravel resources on site. Fantastic location!
|Location :||Some of the popular Islands that are located in close proximity are East Thurlow Island, Sonora Island and Stuart Island.|
|Access :||Contact listing agent|
|Investment Features :||Timber and gravel resource|
|Recreation :||The Phillips Arm, Cordero Passage area offers excellent Salmon fishing, kayaking and sightseeing. There is also good trout fishing in nearby Phillips River and lake.|
|Area Data :||Campbell River
Campbell River is located at the 50th parallel on the east coast of Vancouver Island approximately mid-point between Victoria, which lies 175 miles to the south, and Cape Scott 175 miles to the north. This strategic location makes Campbell River the natural hub of Vancouver Island. Population approximately 30,000. Since the turn of the century Campbell River has been known as a resort and sport fishing centre, though the major industry is forestry, mining is also important to the area’s economy. It is well prepared to accommodate visitors with many hotels, motels, resorts, campgrounds, restaurants and shopping facilities.
Thurston Bay Marine Park was established in April of 1970, it is on Sonora Island, open all year with no fees and no facilities. Anchorage behind Block Island is quite protected. The park is undeveloped except for a trail to Florence Lake. There are several small, attractive beaches. This park is a "Class A" park that means it enjoys the highest protective status in law. They are intended to preserve outstanding natural, scenic and historic features for public recreational use. No commercial or industrial exploitation is permissible except as may be necessary to planned recreational use.
This 276 sq km (full facility) island has a population of 1,962. It has several sheltered harbours. Islands and islets dot its coast. Like Campbell River, it’s a good fishing and diving area and also has many lakes. There are communities at Quathiaski Cove and Heriot Bay. There are no provincial campgrounds, but only commercial campsites, lodges, fishing resorts, cottages, and other accommodation.
|History :||During the gold rush in the late 1800’s Shoal Bay, with as many as 5,000 people, was the most populated village on the BC coast. By 1898, small entrepreneurs had staked 200 mineral claims, but several of the larger mines were owned by British Columbia Golds, an English company, including the Dorth Morten and Alexandra mines on Phillips Arm. Before the gold rush, the district of Thurlow was a center for commercial logging. People had lived there since the early 1800’s and one of the largest sawmills on the coast operated at Shoal Bay.|
|Zoning :||RU3 Comox Strathcona Regional District
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|Legal :||District Lot 1743, Range 1, Coast District
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