North Cowichan (Chemainus, Crofton and Maple Bay)

North Cowichan, located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada, is a picturesque municipality known for its diverse landscapes, rich history, and vibrant community. Nestled between the Cowichan Valley and the coastline, North Cowichan offers a mix of rural and urban environments. The region is renowned for its agricultural heritage, with fertile lands supporting a variety of farms and vineyards. The Cowichan Valley is often referred to as the “Napa of the North” due to its burgeoning wine industry. Visitors can explore the vineyards, orchards, and farmers’ markets, sampling local produce and wines while taking in the stunning scenery.

The municipality is also home to several outdoor attractions, including hiking trails, parks, and waterfront areas. Maple Mountain, a prominent local peak, provides hiking enthusiasts with panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes. North Cowichan’s commitment to sustainability is evident in its conservation efforts, with initiatives focused on preserving the natural beauty of the area. With a strong sense of community and a blend of rural charm and modern amenities, North Cowichan has become a sought-after destination for those seeking a balanced and nature-infused lifestyle on Vancouver Island.

North Cowichan Parks and Rec

North Cowichan Bylaws

North Cowichan Maps