Getting Here

There are a number of ways to reach Vancouver Island and Two Eagles Lodge.

The most commonly used are the two BC Ferry terminals north and south of Vancouver BC. However, there are also ferry terminals at Port Angeles and Anacortes Washington. As well there are more remote ferry terminals at Powell River and Prince Rupert BC that connect to Vancouver Island.

Connecting flights to Vancouver Island airports are available from Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton International airports. US customers can fly in to Sea-Tac airport. As well a small airport at Courtenay BC for private planes. (Please note the Courtenay Airport is not a port of entry, check with Canada Customs before flying into Canada.)

Travel Tips

Expect delays at all the ferry terminals on Canadian and US holidays. Check the BC Ferries website for delays and other sailing information.


The dates of many of these holidays varies from year to year. Check online for the exact date.

  • New Year (US & Canada)
  • Martin Luther King, Jr., Day ( U.S )
  • President’s Day (US)
  • Good Friday (Canada)
  • Easter Monday (Canada)
  • Victoria Day (Canada)
  • Memorial Day (US)
  • Canada Day – July 1st
  • Independence Day July 4th
  • Canadian Civic Holiday – first Monday in August
  • Labor Day (US & Canada)
  • Canadian Thanksgiving
  • Memorial Day / Rememberance Day (US & Canada)
  • US Thanksgiving
  • Christmas (US & Canada)
  • Boxing Day – Dec 26th (Canada)

Local Directions

19A South From Union Bay

Pass Baynes Sound Oysters (white building on water side) and the rest area with wash rooms. Look for the blue tourism “B&B;” sign, then see Smokey The Bear sign on the left. Look right and see Two Eagles Lodge.

19A North From Buckley Bay

Drive approximately 2km. See blue tourism “B&B;” sign, then look to your left. See Two Eagles Lodge sign at bottom of driveway on left.