Breakers Resort

Address: 8940 Clarkson Dr, Black Creek, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9J 1B1, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8940 Clarkson Dr, Black Creek.
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Travel Blogs from Black Creek

Sailing Desolation Sound

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Sep 20, 2014

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... peaceful bays or sheltered behind little islands by night and by day explored the inlets and passages that make up this beautiful part of our province.
Sailing is such a neat way to travel; to see and explore an area that otherwise could not be experienced. To travel by boat and call the boat home for eight days is quite peaceful and rejuvanating and enables you to realize we really don't need much to survive, or even have a ...

The Otters and the Bear

A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 04, 2014

10 photos

... to our B&B's. We all had a bit of free time and a few of us took another dip by the Rebecca Split. For dinner, we headed to Gowlland Harbour, a fancy local Spa and Inn not too far from where we were staying. Embarrassingly, we hadn't finished all of our box wine on the camping trip so we brought some into this fine establishment in hopes they'd let us drink it. They did, but there was a $20 "cork", or in this case, "bag opening" ...

Quadra and Cortes Islands

A travel blog entry by lucasp on Aug 25, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... they were going to leave, Lucas declared that he thought he was well enough to go! So, we're on our way, with a bucket beside Lucas, just in case! We'll see how it goes! 4:00 pm Well, it is going great! Sickness seems to have passed, knock on wood! We are currently on the ferry coming back from Cortes Island to Quadra Island. We're going to spend a bit of time on Quadra before we head home. So, we met Brent Swain. James got tonnes of advice and took tonnes of ...

The Heart of the Island

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jul 07, 2012

28 photos

... out. We didn’t know much about the place other than it was a good place to buy supplies for Strathcona Provincial Park, so we took a walk towards Discovery Pier. What we discovered that it was the 25th anniversary of this tiny fishing pier was the first purpose built saltwater fishing pier in Canada and to celebrate there was free cake and icecream. I decided to upgrade to the waffle cone for an extra twoonie and when it was brought out to me it ...

Across the mountains to Campbell River

A travel blog entry by sallyandrob on Jun 11, 2010

9 photos

... with Val made for a relaxing start to our brief visit.

We walked up the beach to the town and found the Ripple Rock Pub, where I had a 1270 Burger. Intriguingly the menu said "named for the number of tonnes of explosives used for the Ripple Rock Explosion". Now that is a big bang!

The significance of these names was revealed the next day.