Cumberland, located in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, is just a 10-minute drive from Courtenay or Royston, 20 minutes from Comox.
How to get here:
It’s an easy, well-marked (Exit 117) turn-off from Highway 19 on Vancouver Island, from either north or south.
From the Lower Mainland: BC Ferries sail from Horseshoe Bay or Tsawwassen to Nanaimo. Allow 1.5 hours drive on highway 19 or 19A from Nanaimo to the Village of Cumberland.
From Washington State, you can travel to Vancouver Island via several routes. Follow the links for schedules and information.
- Victoria & San Juan Cruises: Bellingham to Victoria (package tour)
- Victoria Clipper: Seattle to Victoria (passenger only)
- M.V. Coho: Port Angeles to Victoria
- Washington Ferries: Anacortes to Sidney (Victoria)
Where to Stay:
Cumberland Lake Park and Campground is located on the shores of Comox Lake, offering a food concession, swimming, campsites, and RV sites.
For alternate accommodations in Cumberland, visit cumberlandbc.info
For Comox Valley-wide accommodations, visit discovercomoxvalley.com
Cumberland ride share and shuttle information to come.