Planning on retiring to the Valley? So much to see and do!
Ahh, retirement – finally a chance to spend more time doing what you love!
And what better place to retire than the Comox Valley? With its beautiful location, desirable West Coast climate, affordable housing and bevy of resources and activities, the area has a well-deserved reputation among retirees of all ages and backgrounds. Whatever retirement means to you, you’ll love what the Valley has to offer!
Comox Valley recreation opportunities for everyone – not just retirees!
No matter your age or activity level, there’s always plenty to do ’round these parts. Conveniently situated between ocean and mountains, favourite Comox Valley outdoor activities like skiing, kayaking, sailing, hiking, biking, fishing and wildlife watching will keep you busy throughout the year.
And that’s not to mention the golf! With so many courses to choose from, you could hit the links at a different spot every weekday! In terms of indoor fitness options, the area is served by two indoor pools, ice rinks, a curling club and two top-rate community fitness centres, as well as numerous private gyms and yoga studios.
Click on these links to find out more about just some of the Valley’s recreation options:
Mt. Washington Alpine Resort
CV Aquatic Centre
CV Sports Centre (ice arenas and pool)
Comox Community Centre
Comox Valley Curling Club
Active Comox Valley
Arts, culture and entertainment in the Comox Valley
If you’re thinking about retiring in the Comox Valley you’ll be happy to know that the Comox Valley is home to a vibrant cultural community. From galleries to live entertainment, festivals to performing arts, museums and education, artistic opportunities abound.
You can learn to express your inner singer, dancer or painter through numerous clubs or organizations or just choose to enjoy others’ performances or exhibitions at various local venues. Drawing on and building upon a strong sense of community and volunteerism, the Valley arts scene is sure to inspire you!
Here are links to a few Comox Valley cultural gems:
Comox Valley Art Gallery
Sid Williams Theatre
Courtenay and District Museum
Comox Valley Community Arts Council
Oh, and did I mention the farms and vineyards, the Comox Valley Farmers’ Market, the Vancouver Island MusicFest, local parks and gardens . . . I could go on, but won’t.
Planning on retiring or just looking for a change in pace? Why not make the Comox Valley your community?
Please contact me to find out about real estate options, or browse my Comox Valley real estate and MLS listings.