Our Club

Food and Drink

The upstairs lounge is open during the curling season and has a wide assortment of beverages and features Beach Fire beer on tap.  Come watch some curling, play pool, darts, or shuffleboard and enjoy sports on the big screen TV's.

Lounge Hours:

Open (October 12 - December 20 2021)

Monday - Thursday 5pm - 10:30pm 

Friday 5pm - 9:30pm 

Sunday 11am - 3:30pm 

Brian's Place is located inside the curling club. They have daily features, serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner and don't forget a Friday night burger and beer is only $20. The menu is always changing so check out their Facebook page and Instagram for a current menu.

Brian's Cafe Hours


Give us a call, email, or stop by and say hello to Club Manager Susan Johnson

  • Location 260 Cedar St, Campbell River, BC V9W 2V2 (parking available via Dogwood St. or Cedar St.)
  • Phone (250) 287-4200
  • Text (250) 830-7779
  • Fax (250) 287-4218
  • Email crcurl@shaw.ca - General Inquiries

Pro Shop

We have the equipment to make you a pro, or at least look like one!

Hours (Open September - March):

Monday - Friday - Open during office hours

Sunday - 9 am - 1 pm



President - Cynthia Lu

Vice President - Kelly Bleau

Treasurer - Rick Monchak

Secretary - Doug McGregor

Directors - Kathy Linn, Rene Quintin, Joe Oster, Kevin May, Andrew Veldhuis, Mike De Hart, Candice Skovmose, Wes Underhill, Scott Kratzmann, Ross Campbell

50+ President - Judith McFarlane

50+ Vice President - Bruce Calen

Treasurer - Mavis Decker

Drawmaster - Neil Konschuh

Directors - Judith McFarlane, Bruce Calen, Mavis Decker, Kathy Linn, Neil Konschuh, Wayne Clark, Bev Konschuh

Our Ice Techs
Meet our Ice Technicians Gord and Michelle Twanow


Club Business

AGM Notices, Minutes, Bylaws, and information pertaining to the proposed Co-Op Offer can be found below


Ralph Boyd
Ralph Boyd

The Campbell River and District Winter Club opened its doors in January 1964 with George Crossland as the first President. The founding members were Arnold Cameron, Duke & Mary Kersey, Tom Richardson, Eleanor Geise and Ralph Boyd (as seen). Three hundred memberships were sold for $100.00 each and the club was built for about $75,000. In 1977 the mortgage was paid in full. Today, the 4 sheet curling club is one of the very few curling clubs remaining totally owned by its shareholders.