Lund Travel Guide
Welcome to Lund, BC!Lund stands now where a village site of the Sliammon, Klahoose and Homalco peoples had stood previously for thousands of years. Although it was discovered more than a century earlier, the first Europeans settled in 1889 - brothers from Sweden named Fred and George Thulin who purchased the town's hotel and charged guests a reasonable $1.50 for a bottle of the best scotch available. It burned in 1918, but the Lund Hotel, the brothers' second acquisition in 1905, still stands today. A resident ghost, mischievous but friendly, is said to wander the rooms.
The protected Okeover Arm Provincial Park provides access to the surrounding wilds, where inland hiking trails move past Sliammon First Nations archaeological sites, and pitted rock walls descend deep into the Sunshine Coast for divers to explore. Kayak, sail, or cruise around Desolation Sound, which is full of deserted coves and islands, or test personal mettle on the Copeland Islands, where campers should expect very little in the way of amenities. A truly coastal experience, Lund is the last stop on the world's longest roadway, Highway 101.
Hotels & Motels
The Resort is two minutes from Lund on BC's world famous Sunshine Coast providing oceanfront accommodations, exquisite meals, Desolation Sound boat tours, Savary Island bike tours, Ragged Islands kayaking tours and on-site snorkeling.
See the scenic oceanside close to the water in sea kayak.