Fanny Bay BC is a small rural community on Vancouver Island near the Comox Valley, located on Baynes Sound. It is particularly known for its farmed shellfish, the famous Fanny Bay oysters, as well as manila clams, savory clams, and mussels, exported far and wide around the world. The introduction of oysters in the area goes back as far as 1912-1913.
Rosewell Creek Provincial Park nearby offers a great hike, mostly along the river, to a waterfall. Go underground at Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park, just 20 km from Fanny Bay, and enjoy a unique adventure, now available year round. From spelunking to exploring the tides and creatures of the ocean, you should check out the Deep Bay Marine Field Station in nearby Bowser. Explore a local candlemaker’s shop, or wander the beaches with your binoculars and add that shore bird you hadn’t seen yet to your life list.
Fanny Bay offers a peaceful, rural and relaxing environment to unwind. Your Fanny Bay innkeeper will be the one to point you in the right direction for all that you’re looking for on your get-away or Vancouver Island vacation.
Oyster Shores Bed & Breakfast
Located On Ships Pt. pennisula in Fanny Bay this 3 bedroom Cape Cod style home offers a quiet retreat for travelers who want to get away from it all.