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Campsites + Picnics

Cowichan is a camper’s paradise. Whether you drive a motor home, pack a tent or prefer a more rugged, hike-in experience with your gear on your back, you’ll find a wide range of public and private camping options. The region’s many parks and forests are known for their spectacular natural beauty and peaceful, affordable campgrounds. Finding a great place for a picnic is as easy as choosing a suitable bucolic spot (like beside a river, lake or on the oceanfront) and spreading out a blanket. You have countless choices!

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Gordon Bay Provincial Park

Hwy 18, Honeymoon Bay, BC

Lakeview Park

8815 Lakeview Park Rd, Cowichan Lake, BC

Country Maples RV Resort

9010 Trans Canada Hwy, Chemainus, BC

Beaver Lake Resort & Campground

8631 S Shore Rd, Cowichan Lake, BC

Pacific Northwest Raptors

Unsworth Winery

Cowichan Knitters

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Take a hike, or take 5 hikes! Here's a few of our favourite hikes in the Cowichan Valley. #explorecowichant.co/qwu30WaXD5

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Dora Wilson has been knitting since she was 12, today she carries the tradition of knitting the Cowichan Sweaters: t.co/erm7qqEOf6

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350 new campsites will be opened in BC this summer! Including 22 new sites at Maple Grove near Lake Cowichan!… t.co/HMVy46opoo

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Cowichan is full of theatre! This Thrusday the Little Ladysmith theatre opens ABSOLUTELY (perhaps)!… t.co/2H6gAomdiL

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We love this tree on top of Mt Prevost! Photo by Instagrammer @londonolens #explorecowichan t.co/3C4T7yPEg4

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