Places to explore, find entertainment, education and for discovery

I was reminded that there are more things to do than just hang out and eat. Yes, I was shocked to hear this too!
In Comox Valley there are a wonderful assortment of places to explore. I will list them in alphabetical order...
NOTE
As I was asked to list places that have accessible washrooms, the following will apply:
· This symbol 2 people denotes places that have washrooms which are available for a person with an assistant - such as a family washroom, or washroom which is not designated for anyone in particular and is wheelchair accessible at the very least.
· This symbol partial access denotes places for persons who are able to use canes, to access an area such as a washroom that is not fully wheelchair accessible. The main function of the place must be wheelchair accessible and the washroom, or other non-accessible area, not generally be open to the public.

There are many places which are accessible, easy to negotiate and simply do not have public washrooms and should not be left out as places to explore.


Entertainment

2 people Landmark Rialto Theatre, 2655 Cliffe Ave., Courtenay, 250-338-5550
2 people Sid William's Theatre, 442 Cliffe Ave., Courtenay, 250-338-2430 or 1-866-898-8499

Exploration and Discovery

2 people Beaufort Vineyard and Estate Winery, Small, friendly, family-run estate winery at 5854 Pickering Road in Merville, 250-338-1357
2 people Comox Air Force Museum, at Canadian Forces Base Comox - Military Row and Ryan Road, Comox, 250-339-8162
2 people Nature's Way Farm - Blue Moon Winery - Tria Culinary Studio Food, Wine and discovery at 4905 Darcy Road, Courtenay, 250-338-9765
partial access Royston Roasting Company - a wholesale coffee roasting company (delicious!) at 3872 Warren Rd., Royston - call for an appointment to visit 250-338-7511

Places to be Active

Comox Recreation Center, 1855 Noel Avenue, Comox, 250-339-2255
The Comox Recreation Centre is where we play WHEELCHAIR SPORTS come and play!

Lewis Center- Courtenay 489 Old Island Highway, Courtenay, 250-338-5371
Try out the City of Courtenay Interactive Parks Map
Enjoy a guided hike with a naturalist in Seal Bay Park or some of our other accessible trails. Dragon Elf on a hike in Seal Bay Park