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British Columbia #19 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #28 & 19a
City of Campbell River, BC. North to Port Hardy, BC and ferries to Prince Rupert, BC, Bella Coola, BC. West to town of Gold River, BC. South to cities of Nanaimo, BC, Victoria, 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. NOTE: For highway travel via British Columbia Highway #28 - See Milebymile.com BC Highway #28 - City of Campbell River, BC to village of Gold River, BC; for highway driving directions. -- NOTE: For highway travel south via British Columbia Highway #19a - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - BC Highway #19a 'The Oceanside Route Scenic Drive' for highway driving directions.

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Point of Interest
Crossing the Campbell River, BC. - The Campbell River, is designated as a British Columbia Heritage River.
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Coulter Road
West to North Island College
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Services at highway
East side of highway
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View from highway
Driving north
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11.1
View Point - Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway. This view point has a historical plaque
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Photo - View from viewpoint
Looking east towards Seymour Narrows, BC.
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Morton Lake Provincial Park
West of highway 16 kms. This park offers 24 vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis - campsite reservations are not accepted. All sites are located adjacent to the lake. This park is open year round; a winter camping fee is in place and campers must be self-sufficient.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout, access to hiking trail
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Ripple Rock R V campground
East of highway, access to boat launching site
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26.7
Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, large gravel turnout, no services
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31.2
Services at highway
East side of highway. Fuel, telephone
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32.2
Roadside Highway Turnout - Rest Area
East side of highway. Picnic tables, toilets
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Eagle's Cove R V Park
East of highway 19 kms
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View from highway
Driving north
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Access to Spirit Lake
West of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing Big Tree Creek
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Rest Area - Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, picnic tables, toilets
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Big Tree Creek Fish Hatchery
West side of highway
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Salmon Lookout Hiking Trail
East side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway. Access to hiking trail
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View from highway
Driving north
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63.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the Salmon River, BC
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Sayward Road
Community of Sayward, BC 12 kms east
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Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway
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70.3
Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, paved turnout
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77.5
View from highway
Driving north
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78.6
Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, gravel, no services
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Adam River
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Point of Interest
Rooney Lake, east side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Eve River, BC.
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Rest Area - Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, picnic tables Toilets
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107.8
Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, gravel
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Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, gravel
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Schoen Lake Provincial Park
West 13 kms. This park offers 9 vehicle-accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis. All sites are located close to the lake and no facilities are provided other than pit toilets.
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Rest Area - Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway. Rest area has information sign, picnic tables, toilets
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View from highway
Driving north
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131.5
Road access to community of Woss, BC
West of highway
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Rest Area - Roadside Highway Turnout
Picnic tables, toilets
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Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, gravel
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Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, large paved turnout
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View - Point Roadside Highway Turnout
Paved turnout
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View from highway
Driving north
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162.9
Community of Nimpkish, BC
West side of highway, services, fuel, telephone
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Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, gravel, large turnout
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North Island Discovery Centre
East side of highway
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Junction of Access Road
East to communities of Kokish, Beaver Cove, Telegraph Cove, information Centre
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Nimpkish Fish Hatchery
Access from highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
East side of highway, gravel
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Services at highway
East side of highway
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Access to airport

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Community of Port McNeill, BC
East of highway. East to ferries to communities of Alert Bay, BC, Sointula, BC. - Port McNeill, BC took its name after Captain William Henry McNeill of the Hudson Bay Company's SS Beaver. This was the first steamship on the Pacific Northwest Coast.
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Welcome to Port McNeill, BC
Attractions in and around Port McNeill, BC. - OrcaFest - Nimpkish Lake Provincial Park - Lower Nipkish Lake Provincial Park - Henschell Fine Arts Gallery - Port McNeill Heritage Museum.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, information sign
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Access to campground

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Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, gravel
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Rest Area - Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, picnic tables, toilets
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Marbell River Provincial Park
This park has no designated campsites, but random wilderness camping is allowed. There are no facilities available. Please practice camping ethics. Note Vehicle access to the trailhead is restricted to parking at the entrance of the Western Forest Products recreation site.
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Junction of Roadway
West to community of Port Alice, BC; 32 kms.
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Access to Airport
West side of highway
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South Municipal Boundry Community of Port Hardy, BC
Attractions in and around Port Hardy, BC. - The Port Hardy Museum - Quatse River Hatchery - Hardy Bay and the Quatse River Estuary - Whale Watching.
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Access to Campground
West side of highway
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British Columbia Ferry Terminal
East of highway. Ferries to Prince Rupert, Bella Coola. Access to Queen Charlotte Islands via Prince Rupert ferry, from Prince Rupert
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Welcome to Port Hardy

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R C M P Detachment
East side of highway
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View from highway

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Port Hardy Main Street - Welcome to Port Hardy, BC
Business area, services. Information Centre west of highway. Start / Finish of Highway. South to cities of Campbell River, BC, Nanaimo, BC, Victoria, BC. -e