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Chemainus River Provincial Park protects second-growth forest along the Chemainus River, northwest of Duncan on Vancouver Island.

The Chemainus River provides excellent swimming and recreational opportunities and also hosts Coho Salmon runs, a small steelhead run in April to June, and a summer steelhead run.

A recent addition of significant river frontage to the existing park has increased the overall park size to 128 hectares, thereby increasing the area available for trails and recreation and reducing the weekend congestion during summer months.

Chemainus River Provincial Park is a popular destination for anglers. All anglers should check the current regulations issued by Fisheries and Oceans Canada prior to fishing. Anyone fishing in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence.

No facilities are provided in Chemainus River Provincial Park.

Chemainus River Provincial Park is located northwest of Duncan on the south island. Access to the park is on the Hillcrest Payne logging road, off the Cowichan Valley Highway 18, 4 miles (6 km) west of Highway 1.

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Honeymoon Bay Lodge and Retreat
10028 Park Drive Honeymoon Bay BC V0R 1Y0 Home Phone: 250-749-4252Work Phone: 1-888-749-4252Visit Website

Biographical Info

The Honeymoon Bay Lodge & Retreat is a Christian Not-For-Profit Retreat Centre. The Retreat is a ministry of Youth For Christ Canada, an organization that ministers to at-risk youth across Canada. The Retreat will be used in the training and care of YFC leaders. The location is nestled in the beautiful Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Our mandate is to provide a place for rest, renewal and growth.

When the Retreat is not in use by YFC staff, it will be available as a restorative setting ideal for personal and group retreats, workshops, conferences, intimate weddings and events requiring accommodation as well as for individuals seeking a place for personal renewal and restoration.

The Honeymoon Bay Lodge & Retreat is wheelchair accessible and has 17 beautifully-appointed suites, full dining experience, and versatile meeting spaces. The facilities include a saltwater hot tub, infrared sauna, fitness room, library, gardens, local artisans gallery, and a labyrinth to walk through.

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