Salmon Beach

A REMOTE BUT ACCESSIBLE RECREATIONAL PROPERTY THAT WILL LAST FOR GENERATIONS

Salmon Beach has evolved into one of the most unique and prized recreational cottage communities on Vancouver Island. Zoning now allows for cottage construction up to 768 sq ft plus a loft of 384 sq ft (depending on lot size) and construction of a utility building, deck and outdoor living space.

With BC Hydro now available, onsite electricity means not only a richer experience when you’re here, but increased value to your property.

All properties are freehold (fee simple) – NOT strata or leased and are not implicated with any First Nations land treaties.

SECURE AND MAINTAINED YEAR-ROUND

Full time caretakers are on site to providing maintenance of amenities (boat ramp, playground, tennis courts etc.). There is an elected Salmon Beach Owner’s Association Executive Committee, which manages the annual budget allocated by the Regional District (levied as a parcel tax by BC Property Tax) to provide common services for owners – including road maintenance, garbage collection, water (testing and maintenance) and sewage disposal.

TRAVEL TIME AND DIRECTIONS

From The Island

Salmon Beach is approximately 4 ½ hours from Victoria and 2 ½ – 3 hours from both Nanaimo and the Comox Valley. To get to salmon Beach take the Highway 4 exit (north of Parksville) and continue toward Pacific Rim National Park. Look for the Salmon Beach Sign at the Toquart Bay Road turnoff near Kennedy Lake.

From The Mainland

Take either the Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay ferry or the Tsawwassen-Duke Point ferry to Nanaimo then proceed North up highway 19 and take the Highway 4 exit (north of Parksville) and continue toward Pacific Rim National Park. Look for the Salmon Beach Sign at the Toquart Bay Road turnoff near Kennedy Lake. The total travel time is around 4 ½ hours including ferry.

From Alberta and Beyond Fly into either the Victoria, Nanaimo or Comox international airport. Westjet now offers direct flights to Comox airport from both Calgary and Edmonton making it effortless to get to Vancouver island from Alberta. If driving, drive to Vancouver and take either the Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay ferry or the Tsawwassen-Duke Point ferry to Nanaimo. Proceed Northbound on highway 19. Take the Highway 4 exit (north of Parksville) and continue toward Pacific Rim National Park. Look for the Salmon Beach Sign at the Toquart Bay Road turnoff near Kennedy Lake.

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Map to Salmon Beach

Salmon Beach is located on the shores of Barkley Sound approximately half way between Ucluelet and Toquart Bay. The road into Salmon Beach is really two roads – the first part is off Highway 4 at Kennedy Lake and is called the Toquart Bay Road (also known as Maggie Lake Forest Service Road).

The second section of road is a branch road called Salmon Beach Road. This is a gravel road, graded six times a year for year round use. The total distance from Highway 4 is 18 km

 

 

Contact me: Ralph Kretzschmar for expert information on West Coast Properties

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Ralph really helped us get our dream recreational property. We really love Salmon Beach and Ralph’s extensive knowledge of the area was invaluable. He made the process of purchasing very easy. He was accommodating and very helpful.

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