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Blubber Bay / Marshall Point

Your Host(s) : Canada Post

Van Anda, BC (Nearby: Blubber Bay, Powell River, Westview, Sliammon, Wildwood)

  • Blubber Bay
  • Marshall Point

2402 Van Anda St
Van Anda, British Columbia
V0N 3K0

British Columbia Tourism Region : Vancouver Island

Description From Owner:
  • Once a rendezvous for whaling ships. Back around 1890 Elijah Fader used to cut up whales in this bay.
  • Marshall Point - Without any indication as to whom Marshall might be, Captain Vancouver, in late June 1792, gave the name of Point Marshall to 'the NW point of the island of Fevada' (Texada).
  • Later his Point Marshall became first Cohoe Point and then, in 1945, Kiddie Point after Thomas Kiddie, a Texada mining engineer.
  • Meanwhile a second promontory, a mile to the south, became Marshall Point. The name had, in Kaye Lamb's phrase, 'migrated.'
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.

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Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Spectacle Lake, 4km
  • Kirk Lake, 5km
  • Priest Lake, 6km
  • Surprise Mountain, 7km
  • Emily Lake, 7km
  • Myrtle Lake, 10km
  • Paxton Lake, 11km
  • Case Lake, 10km
  • Cranberry Lake, 12km
  • Cranby Lake, 13km
  • Comet Mountain, 12km
  • Little Sliammon Lake, 16km
  • Sliammon Lake, 16km
  • Hammil Lake, 12km
  • Duck Lake, 15km
  • East Lake, 14km
  • Inland Lake, 20km
  • Mount Porteous, 23km
  • Mount Pocahontas, 17km
  • Chipewa Lake, 24km
  • Mount Mahony, 22km
  • Isle Lake, 26km
  • Haslam Lake, 20km
  • Thulin Lake, 24km
  • Confederation Lake, 24km
  • Lund Lake, 25km
  • Petri Lake, 25km
  • Granite Lake, 21km
  • Spire Lake, 28km
  • Giavanno Lake, 25km
  • March Lake, 23km
  • Mount Geoffrey, 30km
  • Powell Lake, 29km
  • Chicadee Lake, 29km
  • Graham Lake, 32km
  • Tin Hat Mountain, 28km
  • Mount Weaver, 35km
  • Lewis Lake, 27km
  • Clover Lake, 33km
  • Nanton Lake, 26km
  • Tony Lake, 25km
  • Ireland Lake, 27km
  • Shoe Lake, 29km
  • Unwin Lake, 36km
  • Grey Lake, 30km
  • Hinder Lake, 33km
  • Useless Lake, 30km
  • Lac Godeau, 29km
  • Frogpond Lake, 33km
  • Mount Spooner, 37km