Activities

So many things to see and do, so little time! The Cedar Wood Lodge is centrally located in the spectacular Alberni Valley on British Columbia's beautiful Vancouver Island. Surrounded by majestic stunning mountain vistas, sparkling blue waterways, and lush rain forests, this little corner of the world features a multitude of activities that attract adventurers from around the world. You can hike over 50 local trails, kayak on numerous lakes, rivers, or the world renown Alberni Inlet, fish for 5 incredible varieties of salmon on the world famous Stamp River, the Alberni Inlet and the Barkley Sound, Windsurf, Kiteboard, bike local trails, Zip-Line the Kennedy River Gorge, enjoy local First Nations heritage and crafts, tour National Historic Heritage sites, view spectacular waterfalls, hike rain forest trails, and visit several Provincial Parks... all of this within just 20 minutes of the Cedar Wood Lodge!

And just a 1 hour drive west from Cedar Wood Lodge on BC4 takes you to the unmatched natural beauty of Pacific Rim National Park, Tofino surfing, Long Beach white sands, the Ucluelet Aquarium, rain forest trails, whale watching, First Nations Heritage and culture, and a huge variety of eco-tourist activities found nowhere else in Canada.

Historical Sites

Vist Port Alberni's Historic Sites and find out about our Native People’s culture and the Valley’s early history. Explore a wealth of attractions...

Drop off and see the the World's Largest Flying Boats Ever Flown. Of the five Martin Mars originally built, only these two remain. They were...

Incredible Local Scenery

Cathedral Grove, located in MacMillan Provincial Park, is one of the most accessible stands of giant Douglas fir trees on Vancouver Island. Here...

The Della Falls Trail near Port Alberni leads hikers from the head of Great Central Lake to the base of the highest waterfall in Canada (440...

Fresh water adventure seekers will not want to miss a visit to Sproat Lake Provincial Park in the Alberni Valley on central Vancouver Island....

Relax by the waterfall at this peaceful riverside park or explore the area by foot on hiking trails that weave their way through the lush forest,...

Local Museums and Galleries

Explore and discover what makes Port Alberni tick. Discover collections that tell the story of community history, Nuu Chah Nulth art and culture...

The Port Alberni Maritime Discovery Centre (The Lighthouse) and the Hutcheson Gallery are owned and operated by the Port Alberni Maritime Heritage...

In 1965, Robert Aller, George Clutesi and others formed the Community Arts Council of the Alberni Valley to bring together the growing number of...

Port Alberni Winery

Vist the Chase and Warren Estate Winery and enjoy there selection of wines of good value that are reflective of the area’s rich natural...

Golfing Port Alberni

Nestled amongst the evergreens under the ever watchful presence of Mount Arrowsmith, this Alberni Golf Club is a traditional golf course with a...

The Hollies was built on the base of Mount Arrowsmith on the then Old Nanaimo Roadsite in 1965 by Jack Luckhurst of Port Alberni. In addition to...

Port Alberni Sports

Canal Beach (formerly Wild West Watersports) is on the Port Alberni waterfront (south end off Plywood Drive) on old plywood mill site. It offers...

Framed by the Clayoquot sound, Pacific Rim National Park, the MacKenzie mountain range and the wild Kennedy river, Ucluelet has always been the...