The Cottages on Salt Spring Island

315 Robinson Rd, Salt Spring Island, BC

Ph: 250-931-7258

Email: info@cottagesonsaltspring.com

Web: www.cottagesonsaltspring.com

The Cottages on Salt Spring Island are your perfect home base to enjoy everything Salt Spring has to offer. Located on 35 acres on picturesque Bullock Lake and minutes from Ganges, the 25+ cottages offer both nightly and weekly rentals. Most cottages feature 2 king sized bedrooms, 2 ½ baths including one with soaker tub, fully serviced kitchens and large south-west facing decks to enjoy the sun and views.

Salt Spring Communication Station

342 Lower Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island, BC

Ph: 250-537-8371

Carrying a large variety of cell phones and electronic products. Cell phone cases & accessories, PC laptops, tv’s, network supplies, audio cables, boosters, drones and many other electronic items with a large selection of batteries. Stop in and see us. Store Hours Tues. – Fri. 10am – 5pm Sat. 9am – Noon

Salt Spring Marina

48° 51’N, 123° 28’W

Ph: 1-800-334-6629

Web: http://www.saltspringmarina.com/

Clean showers and laundry open to boaters 24/7, Moorage with power, water, ice, garbage drop off, wireless internet,  Best views in the harbour, easy walk to village, Free shuttle bus to and from Country Grocer.

Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC)

262 Rainbow Rd, Salt Spring Island, BC

Ph: 250-537-1402

Web: www.ssiparc.ca

Looking for recreation opportunities on Salt Spring? Visit us in person or call us at the Rainbow Road Aquatic Centre for information on swimming, recreation programs, trails, beach accesses and more. Our website provides access to information on parks and trails, program schedules, online registration and the opportunity to reserve the use of PARC facilities.

Salt Spring Gallery of Fine Art

135 McPhillips Avenue, Salt Spring Island, BC

Ph: 250-931-0011

Email: Info@saltspringgallery.com

WEeb: http://www.saltspringgallery.com/

Are you an art fan looking for fresh contemporary fine art? We showcase top-notch ceramics, painting, textile, glass, sculpture & jewelry since 2009 and are proud to be the island’s only artist owned co-operative. Come by, meet knowledgeable artists and take home some artful inspiration.  Lively art openings & events happen throughout the year.

Ocean Art Studio

19a-315 Upper Ganges Rd, Salt Spring Island, BC

Ph: 902-717-4246

Web: www.oceanartstudio.com

Specializing in boat portraits and travel memories.

Moby’s Pub

124 Upper Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island, BC

Ph: 250-537-5559

Email: mobyspub@gmail.com

Web: www.mobyspub.ca

This legendary Salt Spring landmark is the best place to meet people. We have a waterfront patio with spectacular views, weekly live entertainment, and the friendliest staff in B.C. The locals love our savoury menu, 14 craft beers on tap, pool table and the only dance floor on Salt Spring.

Harbour House Hotel

121 Upper Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island, BC

: 1-250-537-4700

: info@harbourhousessi.com

Web: http://www.saltspringharbourhouse.com/

Offering year round accommodation in a warm relaxing atmosphere, conveniently located overlooking Ganges Harbour. Corporate & Group Rates • Retreats • Family Vacations • Honeymoon & Romantic Getaways • Weddings • Elopements
Conference Space Available. See dining guide for Woodley’s.

Garden Faire Campground

305 Rainbow Road, Salt Spring Island, BC

Ph: 250-537-4346

Email: gardenfaire@saltspring.com

Web: www.gardenfaire.ca

Beautifully situated campsites in an old growth forest connecting to the ‘off leash’ Mouat Park Trails, just a 10-minute walk to all the amenities in downtown Ganges. All the walk-in tent sites and the camper/RV sites have fire rings. The water throughout the campground is good for drinking and there are water and electric hook-ups in the camper/RV sites. We are well supervised, and we welcome both children and camping friendly dogs.


Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, Narvaez Bay Road, Saturna, BC

Ph: 1-866-944-1744

Email: gulf.islands@pc.gc.ca

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, established in 2003, safeguards a number of islands, islets and reefs in the Southern Gulf Islands. A large portion of Saturna Island is protected by the park reserve and here you will find a gateway to adverturous hiking, boating, kayaking, back country camping, wildlife viewing including first class land based whale-watching at East Point, breathtaking viewpoints including Mt. Warburton Pike (the highest peak in the park reserve) and spectaular shorelines to explore.