- 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.
Offering both whitewater kayaking and sea kayaking we are the only way to experience being on the Elwha River within the Olympic National Park. Private lessons, clinics, day trips and rentals are available to fit your abilities whether you are a beginner or expert.
An oceanfront lavender farm, Washington Lavender sits on ten acres and overlooks the Straight of Juan de Fuca. The area provides a view of lavender fields and the surrounding area and the farm has a gift shop available.
At Olympic Lavender Farm, visitors can walk through a field of lavender or purchase a wide variety of lavender products, from essential oil to honey. The farm hosts a family festival with local vendors and businesses.
Offering guided tours, Dungeness Kayaking takes visitors on kayak rides to Dungeness Lighthouse, Crescent Bay, along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and other locations. Sea kayaking lessons are also offered and are provided by an ACA Certified instructor.
One of the oldest lighthouses on the Northwest coast, the New Dungeness has daily tours and offers week long volunteer lighthouse keeper positions. If the 5 mile scenic walk along the split is too much for you, boat transportation can be arranged in advance.
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The Burnaby Lake Regional Nature Park features a nature-formed lake, a nature house, and a viewing tours for guests wishing to catch a larger glance of the area. Visitors can also take advantage of the location's picnic sites.
Spanning a 5.5 acre farm with shaded picnic tables, The Lavender Connection houses 22 different varieties of lavender alongside a creek. An on-site store sells handmade lavender products and oil that is distilled on the farm.
There are stairs that line the falls to view the almost 90 foot drop from the top, but you will have to make an easy .8 mile hike from Storm King Visitor Center to get there first. There are benches for those who need a breather; has some wheelchair accessibility.