The Comox Valley Art Gallery is a public art gallery featuring contemporary, experimental and applied art by regional, national and international artists. CVAG’s location within the downtown core unites the art community; artists, art lovers and tourists alike to share in the vibrant art and culture that the Comox Valley has to offer.
Learn about the history, development and exploration of Comox and Vancouver Island through to modern times.
Located in downtown Courtenay, this museum honours the men who served on the Canadian Corvette HMCS Alberni between 1941 and 1945.
This one-of-a-kind destination in historic downtown Courtenay is a must-see for your discovery list. With a cultural and natural history mandate since 1961, the Courtenay Museum’s exhibits and programs stretch back to 80 million years ago with local finds of dinosaur-age elasmosaurs, mosasaurs and more. Year-round fossil field trips are available. Moving up into more recent history, the museum explores First Nations culture, colonial settlement and modern history. Vibrant and award winning, the museum is open year-round with exhibits, programs and active archival research.
The Puntledge RV Campground is located in the traditional territory of the K’ómoks First Nation and provides a breathtaking river and mountain view as your backdrop. The Campground is family oriented and offers group camping, walking trails, fishing, swimming, fire pits and spacious grassy sites. We have full-service, partials, and tenting sites, water, hydro, WiFi, cable, sewer, hot showers, laundry facilities, flush and clean toilets. Check out our open field for large events (weddings, festivals, family reunions - ask for rates).
An amazing collection of West Coast Military Aviation artifacts and memorabilia plus a Heritage Air Park with 8 Aircraft awaits you. Visitors praise the collection which covers WW1 to current times. A well stocked gift shop and reference library are part of the attraction.