warm hospitality to visitors, Port McNeill is the gateway to northern
Vancouver Island. As well as being so close to the amenities and
activities of the north island, there are many recreation opportunities
for the visitor right in the Port McNeill area.
Area streams are great for trout and winter steelhead sportfishing,
while endless coastal waters are famous for salmon fishing. Local
forest companies give free forest tours to let the visitor see
what is happening in the forest. BC Ferries offers visitors a
chance to take a day trip to Alert Bay and Sointula to enjoy the
sights of these two communities. Other visitors may wish to explore
the forested mountains or endless lakes and streams by hiking
Blackfish Lodge: Steelhead, salmon, trout, and halibut - experience superb flyfishing, spinning, and legendary saltwater salmon and bottom fish angling – plus stunning wilderness, abundant wildlife, & warm hospitality. Ask about exclusive lodge use for groups of 4 – 6. more
Coastal Springs Float Lodge: A full service salmon fishing lodge in the protected waters of Knight Inlet and Blackfish Sound. We focus on large Chinook Salmon (King or Tyee) and cater to smaller groups offering a premier guided BC salmon fishing and wilderness experience. more
Ecosummer Expeditions: Have a whale of a time at Orca Camp! Sea kayak with Orcas and Humpback whales along BC's Johnstone Strait. Join an intimate group of travelers, paddling out on three, four, or six-day kayaking adventures with expert guides. more
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Port McNeill is 200 km (124 mi.) north of Campbell
River, off Vancouver Island Highway 19 or 50 km (31 mi.) south
of Port Hardy. BC Ferries has a sailing
to Alert Bay (8 km) and Sointula. Local
airlines also serve the area.