Sayward Tourism

The friendly residents of the small coastal settlement of Sayward on Kelsey Bay live in a spectacular natural environment in the Sayward Valley of North Vancouver Island.    [Read More]

Sayward can be reached by air, road, or water.    [Read More]

First settled as Port Kusum in the 1890s, at the mouth of Salmon River overlooking Johnstone Strait, the settlement was officially named Sayward in 1911, after William Parsons Sayward, a carpenter and lumber merchant who moved from California to Victoria in 1858…    [Read More]

Find links to other websites in or around Sayward, weather information, highway cameras in the area, and more.   [Read More]

Where in the world is Sayward? Check us out on Google Maps.   [Read More]

Sayward is a ‘Friend of Nature’ for obvious reasons! Learn more about our great outdoors…    [Read More]

Whether you like the forest or the sea, the mountains or the sky, you’ll find an abundance of beauty in Sayward. View our slideshows to see just how beautiful it is here in Sayward.    [Read More]

The Sayward Tourism Plan was developed through the Community Tourism Foundations program. This program assists BC communities with the development of a 12- to 18-month tourism plan, providing a range of tools, proven resources, and customized destination and market development assistance.    [Read More]

Sayward’s Tourism Committee was established to spearhead the development of tourism in the region.   [Read More]

Whether you’ve got a tent, trailer, fifth wheel, or motorhome, you’ll find the perfect spot in our campground set beside the Village pond.    [Read More]

What’s happening at the wharf? Check out the web cams for a look at the water.    [Read More]