- TripBuzz found 32 things to do with kids in or near Cowichan Bay, British Columbia, including 30 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Central Saanich, Duncan, Ladysmith and Friday Harbor.
- From Cowichan Wooden Boat Society to Greylag Boat Tours - Private Sails, the Cowichan Bay area offers 55 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, History Museums, Boat Tours and Parks.
- Cowichan Bay is a tourist community and bay in British Columbia near the Cowichan River. Tourists flock to the area in the summer months for water sports recreation, kayaking, swimming and premier fishing. The nearby village also offers many amenities to tourists and locals, including quaint lodging, dining and shopping.
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1761 Cowichan Bay Road, Cowichan Bay, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The community operated Cowichan Wooden Boat Society is also home of the Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre. Visitors learn about the history and preservation of wooden boats through exhibits, museum, pier displays, pavilion, boat building workshops and tours.
100% 7 votes
1699 Cowichan Bay Road, Cowichan Bay, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Open May - September, Greylag Boat Tours offers guests tours and shuttle service between Bluenose Marina and Genoa Bay. Guests enjoy a covered and heated boat ride whether touring Cowichan Bay or enjoying day trip to Genoa Bay.
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4865 Bench Road, Cowichan Bay, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Coastal Bliss Adventures offers private day tours. Adventure enthusiasts enjoy the sights of southern Vancouver Island and participate in hiking and kayaking tours while learning about local environment and history.
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1721 Cowichan Bay Road, Duncan, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The excursions Ocean EcoVentures Whale Watching maintain focus on seeing the giant whales, but it's common to see other sea creatures like seals and marine birds. The guides are knowledgeable, so the boat turns in to a classroom. Private charters and multi-day trips are available.
Learn about the First Nation at Cowichan Native Village. Exhibits on totem carving and basket weaving are on display. There are opportunities to try traditional dishes, while learning about the preparation.
61% 28 votes
200 Cowichan Way, Duncan, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Along the banks of the Cowichan River, the Quw'utsun' Cultural and Conference Centre is a scenic centre that aims to share with visitors the customs and stories of the Cowichan people. The conference centre hosts corporate events and weddings, while the Riverwalk Caf_ features traditional foods.
83% 42 votes
3515 Telegraph Road, Cobble Hill, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Near the cultural city of Duncan, Arbutus Ridge Golf Club is in the center of wine country and was featured in many championship events. Golfers enjoy the environmentally friendly 18-hole course, golf academy, and bar & grille.
A trail of yellow footsteps painted on the sidewalks guide visitors along the walking tour of Duncan Totem Poles. Throughout the town over 40 totem poles dot the community, with signs explaining the origins of the poles and historic information about the carvers and region.
90% 29 votes
1761 Cowichan Bay Road, Duncan, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The community-based Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre is home to the Cowichan Wooden Boat Society. There is a museum that explains the history of the Bay, the native culture, and the tradition of the wooden boats. Strolling along the scenic pier offers views of the wooden boats.