Desolation Resort

Address: 2694 Dawson Road, Powell River, British Columbia, V8A 4Z3, Canada | 3 star campground
 
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This 3 star campground is located on 2694 Dawson Road, Powell River.
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    Travel Blogs from Powell River

    Walking the Willingdon Trail in Powell River

    A travel blog entry by momadunc on Apr 28, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... interested in the old logging equipment that has been placed along the trail as part of the interpretive story of the logging industry.

    We walked for some distance along the beach where it was possible and were intrigued by the cement vessels that have been placed around a bay to form a breakwater for log booms and for chip barges. Survivors of WW2, they have been stripped of their fittings but continue to provide a useful service.

    This ...

    Update and memories from the Lodge

    A travel blog entry by willoworld on Jun 06, 2014

    ... in a lovely Gastown bar/restaurant called 131 water street. I arrived back in "Van city" yesterday morning via the scenic ferry and have been doing the tourist bit that I didn't quite manage the first time I was here (I was jetlagged!) Yesterday I visited 'Canada Place' and witnessed a fancy cruise ship docking. I also ate the most delicious crispy chicken burger! I needed it! That's what I will tell myself anyway. Today, ...

    Home for the Holidays vs Work Overseas

    A travel blog entry by ginenneandrob on Feb 05, 2014

    20 photos

    ... perfect timing. I truly believe some things are meant to be.

    Part 2 from Rob in Santiago: I have been roasting here while my friends and family in Alberta are in a deep freeze. It has been a great experience working in a place which is somewhat familiar yet completely foreign at the same time. I hadn't made contact with Matias before I boarded my flight from La Paz, but by the time I arrived he had arranged a car to be waiting at ...

    Fall in Vancouver

    A travel blog entry by timandzan on Oct 30, 2011

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... the streets here.

    We have mostly been working away but we did find time to head to the remote Campbell River on Vancouver Island for a long weekend getaway. The primary reason for the trip was so that Tim could see the Grizzly Bears. Campbell River, while on an island, serves as launch for boat trips to remote parts of Canada's mainland where Grizzly bears are often sighted. At this time of year, ...

    Days 51 to 61: Port McNeill to Powell River

    A travel blog entry by hobos on Jun 07, 2010

    7 comments, 67 photos

    ... in our tracks despite pushing like madmen. Result: 17 miles in 10 hours of intense paddling. Twice the effort to go two times as slow...so discouraging. Isn't the weather supposed to improve as we head South and the season advances?
    During a break on a pebble beach, we have a snack. While eating, a baby hummingbird lands right next to us...he's so adorable. We figure he's fallen out of his nest or is hurt, so we try to give it a little ...