Pacific Shores Resort and Spa

Address: 1-1600 Stroulger Road, Nanoose Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9P 9B7, Canada | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on 1-1600 Stroulger Road, Nanoose Bay, is near Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Nanoose Bay

      Flappin' all the way to the USA! 1st Leg - Canada

      A travel blog entry by seveandnicky on Oct 11, 2011

      ... a major part of the great salmon run! We were there for what seemed like hours trying to get good shots of the salmon jumping upstream to different levels of the rapids! Nickys' getting some good shots but I think I can do better!

      I take the camera from her, get myself into position & bang, the perfect opportunity for a photo! Except this fish was no normal fish, shark like in size and caught me by surprise as it jumped out, flapping at my feet!! I ...

      July

      A travel blog entry by cymraes7 on Jul 29, 2010

      5 photos

      ... days, she's a steady old thing, and safely got us to Qualicum beach for a lovely picnic. With the windows rolled down (no air con) and the iPod blaring, we sauntered up the local coast, marvelling at streches of beaches and driftwood and boats.

      Our day South of Nanaimo in Chemainus and then Duncan was great. It was boiling hot, well over 30 degrees, so we decided to take advantage of the good weather. Chemainus is an old mining and fishing ...

      If it's Wednesday, it must be Vancouver Island. .

      A travel blog entry by hartmann on Jul 15, 2009

      9 photos

      The absence of rocks outside our balcony tells us the tide is in and it's time to move on . . . well, tomorrow morning anyway. We took a drive down to Victoria today, the capital of BC - a very busy place. We've decided we prefer nature to cities - at least on this trip. The highlight of our day was a visit to Butchart Gardens. Julie, you were right - wonderful! The day couldn't ...

      Defying Death

      A travel blog entry by wanderlustt on Mar 10, 2008

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      ... miss it. They began to lower CJ into a boat waiting below. They used a pulley system that helped to keep you from crashing into the creek. CJ was lowered too fast and was plunged into the creek for a good ten seconds. (Just a funny tidbit, this soaked his thick hoodie completely through and it took the entire week to dry it.) By this time my heart was a ******* jackhammer. I looked at Chewy with the absolute terror that raged through me. I told her that I didn't think I could ...

      Organic lunch, relaxing hike, the Brig for dinner

      A travel blog entry by lroff on Mar 20, 2006

      4 photos

      ... cinnamon bun with almond on it. Yummy. Very filling. Met a relative for lunch and a walk along the Cowichan River where Holt Creek comes into it (near the rifle range). The walk was nicely invigorating through the path in the woods, down, down, down to the creek, along the creek to the river. There had been a terrific wind through the area and many trees were downed. In fact, the path is mostly a carpet of pine needles - still green - and bucked ...