This tiny sawmill community was important to the development of the North Island and has a rich and colorful history. In 1912 the first telegraph operator took up residence at Telegraph Cove and marked the beginnings of the little community.
Telegraph Cove Resort was opened in 1979 by the Graham Family and since then has remained family owned and operated .
Telegraph Cove Resort is a historical boardwalk village, which invites visitors to learn the rich history and create new memories to last a lifetime.
Stay in our historical cottages along the boardwalk or camp in your tent or RV in our full-service forested campground. If you chose to arrive by boat we have moorage available.
Dine along the boardwalk, grab a drink in our pub or liquor store or sip a coffee in our cafe.
For a full list of all activities please visit our website.
If your are looking for a unique family vacation, a magical wedding setting or want to fish to your heart's delight, our resort awaits you.
The Cafe is located at the far end of the boardwalk in the newly and completely renovated Saltery. The Killer Whale Cafe, built over the water, is known for its yellow cedar post and beam style construction. The restaurant features beautiful copper tables and fittings and one-of-a-kind stained glass windows and doors. You can dine on one of our many seafood specialties and enjoy the atmosphere of the Cove as you are served your meal outside on the sheltered deck. The kitchen can also accommodate large groups and guided tours at the Cove for pre-ordered lunches. Try not to miss the alder smoked Salmon Barbecue! It is the best by far!
The Old Saltery Pub is also located in the newly renovated Saltery, situated over the water along the boardwalk. Enjoy the picture gallery that is featured on the walls that connect the Pub to the Restaurant, they tell of the history and charm that was and still is Telegraph Cove. Take a good look at the 3-ton engine that sits near the bar, this engine once generated power for Cove. Come in to share tales of the fish you caught and the even bigger ones that got away or tell everyone about the Orcas, dolphins, and eagles you've seen.
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Telegraph Cove, British Columbia