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Parks & Trails in Duncan Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
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Cowichan Valley, Vancouver Island

Parks, Trails, Islands, Beaches and Recreation Areas located in and around the community of Duncan, BC, in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada including Maple Bay, Genoa Bay and Crofton.
Quamichan Lake Art Mann Park. The small lakeside park is a quiet getaway destination popular for birdwatching, canoeing and playing. The park includes a grassy lawn area, an adventure playground, a small strip of sand beach, washrooms and roof top boat launch.
[ more about Art Mann Park ]
Tubing on the river Cowichan River Park. The 1, 414 hectare park is a popular recreation park for swimming, tubing, hiking, backpacking, picnicking, fishing, river kayaking, birdwatching and wilderness camping.
[ more about Cowichan River Park ]
Kayaking in Maple Bay Maple Bay. The waterfront of Maple Bay includes a pebbled beach and a marina. Some of the activities enjoyed in Maple Bay include ocean kayaking, scuba diving, boating, sailing, swimming, beachcombing, picnicking and sightseeing.
[ more information om Maple Bay ]
Mount Prevost Mount Prevost. The mountain is a wilderness destination popular for many outdoor activities. Some of the activities enjoyed include mountan biking, hiking, hang gliding and sightseeing. Located at the top of the mountain are two monuments. [ more on Mt Prevost ]
Mt. Tzouhalem Cross Mount Tzouhalem. The recreation mountain is a popular location for many activities like mountain biking, hiking, sightseeing and hang gliding. The mountain enjoys a vast network of intertwined trails leading to a lookout with a cross. [ more on Mt Tzouhalem ]
Somenos Marsh Somenos Marsh. The wetland conservation area is a birdwatching destination with plenty of boardwalk trails and lookout viewpoints. The highlights include Drinkwater Dock, the Ducks Unlimited Nesting Area, the Garry Oak Protected Area and Watt's Walk . [ Somenos Marsh ]
Chemainus River Chemainus River Park. The 119 hectare park follows the banks of the Chemainus River. The activities enjoyed in the park include hiking, sightseeing, river kayaking, fishing, swimming, horseback riding and canoeing. [ more on Chemainus River Park ]
  • Crofton Beach. Play area, ferry terminal, and picnic area. Newly added foot bridge along the shoreline. Access from downtown Crofton.
  • Eves Provincial Park. Scenic valley views from the trails. Picnic area. Located off of Little Mountain Rd. near Crofton BC.
  • Hecate Park. Picnic on the shores of the ocean in Cowichan Bay. Located off of Cowichan Bay Rd in Cowichan Bay BC.
  • Maple Mountain. Rough dirt road access by vehicle part way up mountain. Ocean views, hiking trails and mountain bike paths through out the area. Located off Osborne Bay Rd, Crofton BC.
  • Richards Mountain. Hiking trails leading you to Crofton Lake. Access from Roberts Street in Crofton BC.

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