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Located at Mile 0 of Highway 101 on Western Canada's Sunshine Coast north of Vancouver, BC, the tiny fishing village of Lund is a popular destination for boaters, kayakers, hikers, bird watchers, scuba divers and sport fishers.
There is an historic hotel, a campground/RV park and a few cottage rentals in the area. Several restaurants serve fresh fare, and there is water taxi service to tropical Savary Island which boasts white sandy beaches and warm summer waters.
The hotel, general store and post office are open year round, as are the bakery and pub.
Lund is the gateway to world famous Desolation Sound, and many boats dock for the night at the public wharf in the deep water harbour while on their way to or from Desolation Sound or the Discovery Islands. Kayakers especially enjoy the nearby Copeland Islands Provincial Marine Park.
Oysters, clams and prawns are plentiful in the area, and salmon, cod, and halibut can still be caught in season.
Lund is north of Powell River, BC. Contact Tourism Powell River for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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