Comox, Vancouver Island, BC Anderton Park Tennis Courts
Anderton Park has six outdoor hard courts and is home to the Comox Valley Tennis Club. Comox is an approximate 4 hour drive from Victoria, British Columbia, and is home to Canadian Forces Base Comox, summer festival fun and countless activities year round.
Where to Buy Tennis Equipment near Comox
High Strung Racquets 2751 Cumberland Rd, Courtney, BC (250)388-7162
What to Do in and around Comox –
Visit Air Force Beach, CFB Comox Air Museum
Located at the end of the runway of CFB Comox is the beautifully well-kept sandy beach commonly referred to as Air Force Beach. Nestled between the beach and the airfield is the Tee Pee Park Campround. The beach is large and water is quite shallow.
It’s a perfect way to spend the afternoon, lying on the beach and watching your own private air show of helicopters and other types of aircraft flying overhead.
If you have an interest in getting up close to planes used by the Canadian Forces, you can pay a visit to CFB Comox’s Air Force Museum.
Comox itself is a quaint and beautiful town and it hosts the Filberg Festival every August long weekend. It consists of numerous venders and attractions for all ages down at the marina.
A short 25 km west of Comox, and yet another great way to spend the day, lies the all-season resort area of Mount Washington.
If you’re on the hunt for a great cup of coffee visit Amante Caffe. It serves organic coffee, paninis, treats, and each drink order is topped with the cutest little ginger snap cookie.
Where to Stay –
The Tee Pee Park Campground at Air Force Beach
Situated behind CFB Comox, and in close proximity to the downtown area, is the beautiful Tee Pee Park Campground. It boosts a perfect sandy beach and picturesque campsites.
The campground does take bookings from civilians, but the only catch is that military members are given the priviledge of reserving sites earlier. There are two kids’ playgrounds, a little snack hut, a concession, and an area with flush toilets and showers.