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British Columbia #19 Highway Guide

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City of Nanaimo - B. C. Ferries - Duke Point Ferry Terminal
Highway terminus at the ferry terminal.
1.6
2.5
Community of Cedar, BC
Access to Duke Point Industrail Park, east of highway
4.3
7.0
Point Of Interest
Crossing the Nanaimo River, BC
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10.6
Junction of 'The Trans Canada Highway' British Columbia Highway #1
North to downtown Namaimo. North to Departure Bay Ferry Terminal, access to ferries to Horseshoe Bay and the city of Greater Vancouver, BC. South to the city of Victoria, BC. NOTE: For highway travel via 'The Trans Canada Highway BC Highway #1 See - Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - ' The Trans Canada Highway'- City of Victoria, BC To City of Nanaimo, BC for highway driving directions.

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16.7
Exit #16
Access ro Nanaimo, BC, East to Malaspina - University Collage.
10.9
17.6
View from highway
Driving north
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18.6
Exit #18 (Jingle Pot Road )
East to downtown city centre
12.1
19.4
View from highway
Driving north
12.1
19.4
Point of Interest
Crossing the Mill Stone River
13.2
21.3
Exit #21 (North Field Road)
Access to Services, visitor Information
15.5
24.9
Exit # 24 Jingle Pot Road (west) Mostar Road (east)
Access to campgrounds
17.8
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Exit 28 (Aulds Road)
Access to services
19.3
31.0
Ware Road
East to community of Lantzville, BC
20.4
32.9
Superior Road
East to community of Lantzville, BC
22.7
36.5
Access to Community of Nanoose Bay, BC
East of highway. Nanoose Bay is the site of the Canadian Forces Maritime Experimental Test Range.
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37.3
U Turn Route

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38.5
Roadside Highway Turnout - Rest Area
Picnic tables, toilets
24.0
38.6
Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, gravel
25.2
40.6
Community of Nanoose Bay, BC ( North West Bay Road )
Services at highway
25.6
41.2
Point of Interest
Crossing the Nanoose Creek, access to campground east side of highway
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42.6
Emergency - Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway
29.1
46.8
Exit # 46 - Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park
Access from highway. This park offers 175 vehicle accessible campsites, set in the wooded upland. All sites are within a 5-minute walk to the 2 km stretch of sandy beach. Facilities include 3 hot shower buildings, flush toilets, an adventure playground, fresh water and a sani-station. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available
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46.8
Junction of highway #19a - Oceanside Route - City of Parksville, BC;
All services. Overlap of highway #19a leaves highway #19 at this point. East to city of Parksville, BC. Access to Visitor information centre. Attractions in and around Parksville, BC: Deep Forest Gallery - Coastal Carvings - Arts Afire Gallery - Englishman River Gallery - Earth Attitudes - Major Art Gallery and Studio - Oceanside Art Gallery and Gift Shop - The Station Gallery - The Garden Gallery - WestLoon Gallery - Butterfly World and Gardens - Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park.
30.3
48.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the Englishman River
32.6
52.5
Exit - # 51- Englishman River Falls Provincial Park
Situated along the pristine Englishman River north of Nanaimo, Englishman River Falls Provincial Park features two stunning waterfalls cascading along the descending riverbed into a deep canyon. This park offers 103 spacious vehicle accessible campsites nestled in the mature forest. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available
32.6
52.5
Exit - Junction of Highway #4a
Access to communitiews of Parksville, BC, Coombs, BC.
33.9
54.6
View from highway
Driving north
36.9
59.4
Point of Interest
Crossing French Creek, BC.
38.2
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Exit # 60 - Junction of Highway # 4
East to town of Qualicum Beach, BC. West to communities of Port Alberni, BC, Ucluelet, BC, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. This unique park encompasses a total area of 49,962 hectares of land and ocean in three separate units - Long Beach, the Broken Group Islands and the West Coast Trail. NOTE: For highway travel west via British Columbia Highway #4 - See Milebymile.com Road map Highway Travel Guide - City of Parksville, BC to Port Alberni - Tofino - Ucluelet for highway driving directions.

38.5
62.0
Photo - View from highway
Driving north
38.7
62.2
View from highway
Driving north
41.8
67.3
Point Of Interest
Crossing Crocker Creek, BC
43.2
69.5
Point Of Interest
Crossing The Little Qualicum River. BC
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Exit # 75 - Horme Lake Road
Access to community of Bowser. West to Spider Lake Provincial Park, 6 kms west. Day Park no campground. One of the best picnic sites in the area, Spider Lake features a small sandy beach perfect for water lovers of all ages on a hot summer day. The warm water of Spider Lake is noted for its excellent canoeing, kayaking and swimming and the park is an idyllic spot for a quiet family outing.
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Exit #75 Horme Lake Road
West 12kms. to Horme Lake Caves Provincial Park, no campground. At Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park you can experience the magic of the underground world in the many caves protected within this unique park. The park was established in 1971 at the request of public caving groups on Vancouver Island who were concerned about the potential damage of the caves and the fragile crystal formations they contained.
49.0
78.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Big Qualicum River, BC.
49.8
80.1
Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, large paved turnout
52.8
84.9
Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway
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87.6
View from highway
Driving north
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87.6
Photo - View from highway
Driving north
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89.0
Exit # 87 - Cook Creek Road - Rosewall Creek Provincial Park
East of highway 4 kms. This small day-use only park has two picnic areas on either side of the creek. Two picnic tables overlook the creek on one side, and two more tables are situated right next to the river on the other. Access to highway #19a, communities of Deep Bay, Fanny Bay east side of highway
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103.0
Exit # 101
Access to Rest Area. East to Highway #19a (Oceanside Route). east to communities of Buckley Bay, Union Bay, Roystom. East to ferry to Denman Island
72.0
115.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Trent River
72.7
117.0
Exit #117 - (Comax Valley Parkway)
East to city of Courtenay, town of Comox, C.F Base Comox. Access to Visitor Information Centre
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Exit - #127
East to City of Courtenay, BC, town of Comox, BC
80.3
129.3
Exit #130
East to Courtenay, BC, Comox, BC.
84.8
136.5
View from highway
Driving north
88.7
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Exit - # 144 -( Hamm Road )
East to communities of Saratoga Beach, BC, Oyster Bay, BC, Black Creek, BC. East to Miracle Beach Provincial Park via highway #19a. This park offers 197 vehicle accessible campsites, set in a second-growth forest of Douglas fir, alder, hemlock and maple. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are also available.
94.1
151.5
Point of Interest
Crossing the Oyster River
96.5
155.3
View from highway
Driving north
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Exit - # 161 - Jubilee Parkway
Access to community of Campbell River, R C M P Detachment, Hospital. Capture the spirit of Campbell River. Stroll in sea breezes on Discovery Pier and you might see a salmon, eagle, or whale. Take in views of Discovery Passage, Quadra Island and, in the distance, the rugged Coast Mountain range of mainland British Columbia.
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163.0
View from highway
Driving north
103.8
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Exit #167 - Willis Road
Access to Campbell River, BC. Attractions in and around Canpbell River, BC: Museum at Campbell River - Campbell River & District Public Art Gallery - Tidemark Theatre - Wei Wai Kum House of Treasures - Gildas Box of Treasures Theatre - Haig-Brown House Heritage Site - Kwagiulth Museum and Cultural Centre - Cortes Island Museum.
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Junction of Highway #28
Campbell River, BC: all services. West to town of Gold River, BC. North to Port Hardy, BC and ferries to Prince Rupert, BC, Bella Coola, BC. South to cities of Nanaimo, BC,Victoria, BC. NOTE For highway travel via British Columbia Highway #28 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide BC. Highway #28 - City of Campbell River, BC to village of Gold River, BC; for highway driving directions. -e