Campbell River North Houses for Sale

Search all Campbell River North houses for sale and real estate listings below. Campbell River North is a semi-rural neighbourhood in Campbell River, BC, near boat launches, hiking trails and nature spots this neighbourhood offers excellent day trips and camping spots. The northern Campbell River area is beautiful year-round, bringing in tourists and island locals alike for all the outdoor activities this area has to offer. 

The neighbourhood of Campbell River North is a lovely place to purchase a home. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned investor, the real estate in this area is affordable. It offers incredible benefits like proximity to an urban centre with plenty of room to stretch your legs as you live the Vancouver Island life. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Campbell River North, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Campbell River real estate experts today! 

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Real Estate in Campbell River North

Whether you are looking for an easily accessible bungalow, a large house for your family, an easy-to-maintain mid-century home with a fenced yard, or a character home, there is something sure to check all your boxes in Campbell River North. There are easy-care condos, beautiful new-build townhomes, and other multi-family dwellings to consider. Properties in this community may include landscaped yards, workshops, garage space, and plenty of parking. You can find listings including features like a master bedroom with a five-piece ensuite and a walk-in closet, updated kitchen counters and cabinets, a finished basement with a bar, or a full laundry room with extra storage space. 

Commercial properties can also be found for sale in this neighbourhood. Campbell River North is the perfect combination of urban and rural in a safe and welcoming community with any amenity you need within minutes from home. This is an up-and-coming area with plenty of potential.

About Campbell River North

As its name suggests, Campbell River North is in the city's northern section. It is semi-rural, acting as a gateway to northern Vancouver Island. The Island Highway leads to communities like Sayward and Woss and Mount Cain Alpine Park, a popular destination for skiing in the winter months.  

Living in Campbell River North is easy. As a resident, you have access to all the city's amenities, including garbage and recycling pickup, police services and a fire department, recreation facilities, green spaces and public parks, grocery stores, and gas stations. There is public transit and a BC Ferries route to Quadra Island and the Campbell River Airport (YBL). 

Schools in the area are administered by School District 72, and there is also the K to 12 Campbell River Christian private school. Campbell River has one French language school, the école Mer-et-montagne. The city is also home to a North Island College campus

With so many amenities and easy access to nature, Campbell River North is an excellent place to put roots, either as a new family starting out or as an empty nester later in life.

Things to Do in Campbell River North

Check out the Local Totem Poles

Discovery Harbour Centre is a shopping centre in downtown Campbell River developed and managed by the Wei Wai Kum First Nation. It features artwork that depicts the history of this nation of peoples, including numerous totem poles. 

Two additional totem poles were placed at the John Hart Lookout along the Canyon View Trail that overlooks the Campbell River in 2020. The We Wai Kai Nation pole was carved by local artists and represents animals such as bears, salmon, sea serpents, and eagles. The Wei Wai Kum Nation Pole has a human bubble man, bear, salmon, and thunderbird. Three welcome totem poles were also unveiled at Quathiaski Cove on Quadra Island in 2019 and are just a short ferry ride away. 

Visit the Famous Painter's Lodge

Built by E.P. Painter in the 1940s, Painter's Lodge was created to host sports fishermen in Campbell River. Although the original lodge burned down and was rebuilt in the 1980s, it has since become a staple in the fishing tourism industry. The lodge is located close to Frenchman's Pool and Tyee Pool and is an excellent home base for those trying to catch giant Pacific salmon. Some famous people who have stayed at the lodge include Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and John Wayne.