Family Fun

Families will find plenty to keep them occupied in the Comox Valley year-round, both indoors and out. Camp under the stars, discover sea creatures, learn about dinosaurs, play a round of mini-golf, splash in the lake, the options are endless!

See below for some ideas of things to do with your family on your next visit to the Comox Valley.

Comox Valley Disc Golf

4 Disc golf courses in the Comox Valley to choose from.

Village Park Disc Golf Course – This is the place to start if you are just beginning your journey into disc golf. Completing the vision of the the original builders of this course, the long version of the tee pads have been completed in 2019 and are now available to play.

Lake Trail Disc Golf Course – Brand new course opened in Summer 2019. This collaboration between the Lake Trail School and the CVDGC is still a work in progress with some additions and adjustments to come. This course has been designed as beginner friendly but long tees and an expansion to 18 holes is in the works so please be patient and have fun.

Coal Creek Disc Golf Course and Coal Shoots Disc Golf Course are in Cumberland.


Miracle Beach Mini Golf

Enjoy 18 holes of exciting Mini Golf on our newly renovated course. Remember, a hole-in-one at the 18th hole wins you a FREE Mini-GolfPass! Located just north of Hamm Rd on the Old Island Highway which is about 25 kilometres north of Courtney.

Children 2-12: $7.50
Teens & Seniors: $8.75
Adults: $9.85
Family of four: $29.95
Group rates available


Quad Bungee Trampoline Mount Washington High Flying Adventure

Bounce high into the air with little effort while you flip in complete safety. Quad Bungee Trampoline will not be in operation during the summer of 2020 due to COVID-19.


Rotary Water Park at Lewis Park

The water park is located at Lewis Park, next to the Lewis Centre parking lot at 489 Old Island Highway. Other nearby features include the outdoor pool, wading pool, and playground area at Lewis Park. Daily throughout the summer: 10am – 7pm.


Outdoor Skateboard Park

The Comox-Courtenay Outdoor Skateboard Park measures approximately 24,000 square feet, making it one of the biggest skate parks in B.C. The bowl is the biggest on Vancouver Island, varying from 5 to 11 feet in height with a large hip in the shallow end, a vert wall and an over-vert capsule. The site also includes a huge street area and flow area. Other features include brick and rock gaps and various sized ledges, rails and stairs.


Riverside Fit Park

Riverside Fit Park features 16 pieces of outdoor fitness equipment with 32 individual stations that include equipment for cardio, upper body and lower body workouts. This durable equipment is available year-round for both informal drop-in use as well as scheduled classes.


Comox Marina Splash Park

Come splash around in the Comox Valley’s newest splash park complete with a pirate ship.


Hands on Farm at Filberg Heritage Lodge & Park

Walk, grunt, squeak and squawk with the animals! Welcome to the Hands on Farm, Comox’s very own petting zoo for animal lovers of all ages! Located in the beautiful Filberg Park. We are excited to be having a variety of unique and cute animals living at the farm for the summer as well as a few animals will be making a cameo appearance! Closed until June 2021 due to COVID-19.


Codes Country Lanes

5 pin bowling at its finest. The family can even take a turn at Comic bowling under the black lights.

Closed until mid August due to COVID-19.


Bear Creek Ranch

Set in the heart of the Black Creek countryside, Bear Creek Ranch is one of the best-loved training and trail riding centres on Vancouver Island. Whether you’re a casual trail rider or a professional horse person, Bear Creek Ranch has something to offer everyone. Welcome home. Kick off your boots and stay a while…


Comox Valley Sports Centre

From ice sports to swimming to track and field, the Comox Valley Sports Centre has a little something for everybody.

Features and amenities include:

  • Two full-size ice surfaces
  • A 6-lane, 25-metre pool
  • Wellness centre/weight room
  • Sauna
  • Whirlpool
  • 400-metre outdoor sports track and field
  • Meeting/multipurpose rooms
  • Full wheelchair accessibility –poolside lifts, family/disabled change rooms, and wheelchair access to arenas through the Arena #2 lobby (our lifeguards are available to assist patrons with the poolside chair lift)


Squash at the Lewis Centre

  • 4 squash courts
  • Low rates for non-prime time bookings
  • Equipment rentals
  • Childminding


Comox Community Centre

The Recreation Services Department will strive to work in partnership with the community to provide exceptional recreational services and programs which foster a strong community identity and enhance community and personal health and well-being. We will provide services and facilities that are safe, innovative, inclusive, accessible, affordable, up-to-date and meet the needs of the community. Welcoming and life enhancing experiences for members of our community will be provided. We will support environmental and economic sustainability.


Horne Lake Caves

Located 50 minutes south of Courtenay, and winner of BC’s Remarkable Experience Award, this park offers visitors the chance to experience the magic of the underground world. Fun family adventures and spectacular scenery make this one of the best outdoor destinations on Vancouver Island. Tours leave every hour in summer. Limited space so book ahead!