British Columbia Maps. Aerial views of southwest British Columbia, with useful atlases and city maps to improve your Pacific Northwest vacation to BC.
The Beautiful Pacific Northwest website will focus mainly on the Canadian Pacific Rim region of BC: Vancouver Island, greater Vancouver BC, and nearby recreation areas.
British Columbia Cities and Points of Interest:
Vancouver BC At the Southwestern tip of the British Columbia Mainland
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Free tourist maps of Victoria BC are available almost everywhere
When you're on the road with a postage-stamp-sized screen and no internet access, you may wish you had a proper street atlas. A laminated map such as the ones here might be sufficient for your needs. Click on the photos to better evaluate.
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Victoria BC: You'll find free Victoria BC tourist maps on nearly every street corner and hotel lobby in Victoria. If you take the MV Coho Ferry from Port Angeles, you'll find these same free Victoria BC maps on the boat (see photo above). Ask the purser if you can't find one.
These Victoria street maps are wonderful and easy to read. They're terrific if you intend to spend your entire vacation in downtown Victoria; if you wish to travel to other areas of Vancouver Island, getting a map that is a bit more comprehensive is advisable.
Vancouver Island BC
US Citizens: A passport (or enhanced driver's license), is required to enter Canada. Children can enter with a birth certificate when accompanied by their parents.
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Port Alberni sits on a fjord of the Pacific Ocean.
Port Hardy and Port McNeill are both at the northeast edge of Vancouver Island.
Tofino to the north and Ucluelet to the south are linked by the Pacific Rim National Park and Hwy 4, the Pacific Rim Highway.
Find Campbell River midpoint along the eastern shore of Vancouver Island.
Port Renfrew, Sooke, and Victoria, all at the southern tip of Vancouver Island, are linked by Hwy 14. Goldstream Provincial Park is just a few kilometers north of Victoria along Hwy 1, the Trans-Canadian Highway.
Parksville, Coombs, Nanaimo, and Duncan occupy the southeast region of Vancouver Island, and are accessible by Hwy 1 as far as Nanaimo, and then Hwy 19, which will actually take you as far as Port Hardy.