Ladysmith and Saltair

Established in the late 19th century, Ladysmith initially flourished as a coal mining community. Today, its historic downtown area is a testament to its past, featuring well-preserved Edwardian architecture and heritage buildings. The town is known for its vibrant arts scene, with numerous galleries and studios showcasing local talent. Nature enthusiasts can explore the nearby Ladysmith Harbour, a tranquil inlet surrounded by lush landscapes. Ladysmith is also famous for its annual Festival of Lights, a spectacular display during the holiday season that attracts visitors from across the region.

Saltair is situated just south of Ladysmith on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island and is a small waterfront community with a unique history. Originally developed as a resort destination in the early 20th century, Saltair boasted a grand dance pavilion that attracted visitors from all over the region. Over the years, the resort declined, and the pavilion was eventually dismantled. Today, Saltair is known for its relaxed atmosphere and beautiful waterfront views. The community offers a peaceful escape for those seeking a serene coastal experience, with opportunities for beachcombing and enjoying the natural beauty of the area. Visitors can also explore nearby parks and trails, making Saltair an ideal destination for those looking to unwind in a tranquil seaside setting.

Ladysmith Parks and Rec

Ladysmith Bylaws