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Best things to do in Powell River D

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Point of Interest
“View Pender Harbour from the water. Pickup and drop off service as well as sightseeing.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“1 hour walk through old growth forest, sea cliffs, sea shore and views over the Salish Sea. ”
6 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Denman is about 30 mins away. A lovely ferry trip . You can cut your cost by purchasing an Experience Card from the person in the booth. If you have time, cross over to Hornby Island and check out the Provincial Parks and beaches.”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“A quiet and secluded place to enjoy yummy burgers while looking at the marina and the scenery”
9 locals recommend
Thrift / Vintage Store
“Hornby Island has a great music festival, Tribune Beach, a co-op grocery store and lots of interesting eateries and shops open only during summer season.”
5 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Gasoline, Propane, Liquor, Limiited Groceries, Frozen Products, Produce, Bakery Items”
7 locals recommend
State / Provincial Park
“YOU Must, enough said...it is a beautiful day trip and the boat is only 5 min from the Ravental Retreat!”
4 locals recommend
Resort
“A family run hotel with delicious food - and the best handpicked blackberry Margaritas! ”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Feel adventurous? Hop 2 ferries from Buckley Bay to Denman Island, to Hornby Island. Explore the various artisans and markets and the incredible warm, white sandy beach of Tribune Bay! ”
5 locals recommend
Bar
“Friday night live jazz-old standards. It is situated right next to the ocean and across from Denman Island. ”
6 locals recommend
Trail
“300 steps from your suite: walk down the driveway, turn left and walk down Godkin, continue onto the cult-de-sac (Orca Road). You’ll see a sign for Daniel Point Park. There is a fairly steep trail with stone steps. Step down with care and you will be rewarded with a 3.6-acre peninsula park: walk to the very end of it and right down to the sea. If it’s windy on one side, try the other; there are many seaside places to hang out here. This is probably one of the quietest and most beautiful parks on the Coast. There are no facilities available. Lowtide offers tide pools on the rocks to explore and pink starfish; seals frequently hang out just offshore and eagles frequently fly overhead.”
4 locals recommend
Establishment
“If you enjoy the odd round of golf, Myrtle Point Golf Course provides a pretty good bang for your buck (especially if you Twilight Golf). There's lots of fun holes on this course, a lot of which provide some beautiful views. Located about a 8-10 min drive from the suite south of town towards the Saltery Bay Ferry Terminal.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Tasty casual food, with great burgers and chese cakes! Just 5-minute walk from the suite.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Boyle Point is a breathtaking 125-hectare Provincial Park located at the south end of Denman Island. It is an ideal spot for eagle watching, especially during the spring herring run. Vociferous California and Stellar Sea Lions come to the area to feed on the herring, and Boyle Point Park is a beautiful place to observe these very large creatures, as well as many magnificent migratory and local seabirds. On any given day, a visitor can witness a Great Blue Heron or Osprey fishing alongside the noble Bald Eagle. From the lookout point at the south end of the trail, one can see the Chrome Island lighthouse.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“This is a stunning park complete with giant old growth trees. There is a beach adjacent which is sandy and great for swimming, relaxing or a long sunrise walk. ”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Wholesome, nutritious food with creative drink specials. Fresh from farm to table.”
3 locals recommend