Russell Island is a boating paradise

If you’re fortunate enough to be exploring the Gulf Islands National Park by boat a visit to Russell Island is a must. Located just south of Fulford Harbour on Salt Spring Island, Russell Island has a good anchorage for much of the year. Sandy beaches, long trails and lots of history, what more could you ask for?

Rock inukshuk in front of Salt Spring Island, Russell Island, British Columbia, Canada
Rock inukshuk in front of Salt Spring Island, Russell Island, British Columbia
Man watching kayakers at sunset, Russell Island, British Columbia, Canada
Jayakers at sunset, Russell Island, British Columbia
Arbutus tree (Arbutus menziesii), Russell Island, British Columbia, Canada
Arbutus tree (Arbutus menziesii), Russell Island, British Columbia
Kids walking on a sandy beach, Russell Island, British Columbia, Canada
Kids walking on a sandy beach, Russell Island, British Columbia

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