Get Out On The Open Water with True Key Hotels & Resorts
With properties across British Columbia, True Key Hotels & Resorts have all kinds of opportunities for you to get out on the water. Whether it’s a fishing tour, open water play park or hot springs, there is a True Key property for you. Check them out below.
Experience the thrill of reeling in a 40-50 lb. salmon or battling a giant halibut weighing up to 200+ lbs. Sooke offers some of the best salmon fishing in the world and is known for its world-class halibut fishing.
A 30-minute drive from Victoria, Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina is the perfect launching pad for your unforgettable fishing adventure, offering two and three-bedroom vacation rentals plus a private 114-slip Marina and a dozen fishing charters situated right outside your door. From your doorstep, you are only minutes away from world-class fishing.
Professional guides working out of the Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina can customize a perfect day out for you, regardless of your skill level. Home to trophy salmon and monster halibut, your trip could also include bonus wildlife sightings of otters, seals, eagles, sea lions, dolphins, porpoises and pods of whales. Additionally, SookePoint Ocean Cottage Resort offers stunning ocean views and the perfect place to relax before and after your fishing adventures.
Home to more than 19 kilometres of beach to explore, Parksville has many opportunities to get out on the water.
Whether your preferred boat is motored, paddled or sail, Parksville and Qualicum Beach are great places to get out on the water.
With four local marinas nearby and boat launches from Qualicum Beach, Cameron Lake and Horne Lake, you can explore the Salish Sea, Cameron Lake, Horne Lake or Spider Lake with whichever boat is your choice.
Boat tours, whale watching and kayaking, are all available, or if sailing is your thing, you can connect with fellow sailors at the Schooner Cove Yacht Club.
After your adventures, relax at Sunrise Ridge Waterfront Resort, where we have one, two and three-bedroom suites and pet-friendly suites so your whole family can come.
Harrison Hot Springs
Harrison Lake is home to one of the most fantastic opportunities for kids and kids at heart to get out on the water.
Check out BC’s best inflatable waterpark. Pick a two-hour time slot, hop aboard a shuttle tube and drift out to the water park that has everything from swings, teeter-totters, monkey bars, rope swings, hamster balls and the BLOB. Kids six and up can enjoy this water park from start to finish in what will be a highlight of the trip.
Harrison Beach Hotel is the perfect place when you’re finished playing at the park and need a place to relax and rest. Located directly across from Harrison Beach on the south shore of the lake, Harrison Beach Hotel puts you right in the centre of town, minutes away from Harrison Hot Springs attractions such as golfing, mountain biking, paddleboarding, shopping and, of course, sasquatch tours!
Radium Hot Springs
While not ocean or lakefront like some other properties, there are still plenty of opportunities to get out on the water at Bighorn Meadows Resort .
In the idyllic Kootenay Mountain Range, Radium Hot Springs is the perfect place to soak away your stress. Uniquely odourless, Radium features two pools with water temperatures between 27°C and 40°C.
Take a fun-filled multi-hour trip down the mighty Columbia River from Invermere to Radium Hot Springs! Are you looking for an epic journey and fun for everyone? Feel the spray of glacial river water on your face on a Whitewater rafting excursion through the winding canyons of the Kootenay River.
Additionally, 15 minutes down the road sits Lake Windermere with 17.7 km of water to explore, making it one of the largest and one of the warmest lakes in the Kootenay region. Local companies offer rentals so you can kayak, canoe, paddleboard, and raft.
To learn more or book your next trip, contact us today!