The story of this boardwalk community began in 1912 with the construction
of a shack, built to accommodate the lineman of the new telegraph line.
In the following years, Telegraph Cove operated a fish saltery and a small sawmill.
Today it has become a popular tourist destination that draws thousands of visitors from around the world. They are captivated by the beautiful Canadian west coast and are equally excited to participate in the many adventure opportunities the area offers which include whale watching, grizzly bear viewing, kayaking, and hiking.
Be sure to stop in and visit the Telegraph Cove Whale Interpretive Center which has one of the best collection of marine mammal skeletons in British Columbia.
“A Window of Opportunity”
Acrylic painting by
Kathy Harder, Port McNeill, British Columbia
giclee canvas print
12x18 -$195.00 16x24 -$325.00
20x30 - $395.00 24x36 - $495.00
FRAMED ART PRINTS
5x7 art print with double mat/frame (8x10)- $65.00