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Qualicum Beach, BC, Canada < change city >



May, 2012 in San Francisco

Ceremony: Ceremony and Reception
Reception: Ceremony and Reception


Ceremony and Reception

6209 W Island Hwy
Qualicum Beach, BC V9K 1Z3, Canada


Beach Club Resort

181 Beachside Dr
Parksville, BC V9P 1A1, Canada


Coombs Country Market

2326 Alberni Hwy
Parksville, BC V0R 1M0, Canada

"Home of the Goats on the Roof"


Milner Gardens & Woodland

2179 W Island Hwy
Qualicum Beach, BC V9K 1B4, Canada

"Seaside estate gardens in a natural coastal Douglas Fir woodland. 24 ha of woodland, 4 ha of garden surrounding a charming heritage house where Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles & Princess Diana were once entertained. Refreshments, snacks available at Gift Shop which features locally made gifts & souvenirs. Large selection of plants propagated from this Heritage Garden are offered for sale. Afternoon tea service in the historic Milner House from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm."


Paradise Adventure Fun Park

375 W Island Hwy
Parksville, BC V9P 1A1, Canada

"We are one of Oceanside's Seven Wonders. Enjoy the gorgeous colours of more than 5,000 flowers, cascading waterfalls, fountains and finely crafted fantasy scenes. Features a full rigged pirate galleon, treasure cave, the old woman's shoe, watermill, lighthouse, Victorian mansion, village church and more! Our Amusement Centre features a variety of redemption & arcade games. Win and collect tickets to redeem for lots of exciting prizes. Also our ever popular Bumper Boats, you can choose from ten colourful Bumper Boats, each complete with water cannons. Come and have fun, great for the entire family, relax and enjoy an ice cream cone."


Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park

Highway 19A
Parksville, British Columbia, Canada

"Majestic old growth trees, beautiful ocean sunsets and an inviting, wide sandy beach with campsites nestled amongst mature Douglas fir trees makes Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park in Parksville one of the premier vacation destinations on Vancouver Island. At low tide the ocean recedes almost a kilometer, providing an ideal place for visitors of all ages to play in the sand and explore the shoreline. When the tide rolls in over the sun-baked sand, the warmed water is unbeatable for swimming and salt water fun."