Many Comox Valley residents love to shop locally for their Thanksgiving dinners. This includes purchasing a local turkey or ham grown and raised in the Comox Valley. In addition, most foods served at Thanksgiving dinners are also grown in the Comox Valley. Vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, squash, brussel sprouts, beets, beans, onions, and even cranberries. To top off your dinner, visit a local pumpkin patch and bring home a pumpkin and make your own pumpkin pie or purchase one form one of the delicious bakeries here. Enjoy award-winning local wines and beer also made in the Comox Valley. It is truly the land of plenty!
The Comox Valley is made of three communities: Comox, Courtenay and Cumberland. The name Comox, comes from the name of the K’omoks people, an indigenous group of Coast Salishan-speaking people in Comox, and means “plentiful”. The population of the Comox Valley is approximately 55,000.
Mountain and Ocean View Lots for Sale | Comox Valley
48 new mountain and ocean view lots coming soon to The Ridge in the Comox Valley. Lots will be ready for selection in November of 2018
From all of us including the residents and builders at The Ridge, we wish you and your families a Happy Thanksgiving weekend. If you are visiting the Comox Valley this weekend, come and take a drive through The Ridge, you will love the views!