About Parks and Trails in the Cowichan Valley
The CVRD is characterized by a variety of natural and rural landscapes that are open to exploration. These landscapes range from open farmlands and extensive ocean coastlines within the southern region, to the cool mystic valleys of the Koksilah, Cowichan and Chemainus Rivers. The parks and trails of the Cowichan Valley region offer something for everyone to appreciate.
|The Parks & Trails Division manages over 200 Community Parks, eight Regional Parks, two Regional Trails, as well as Cobble Hill Mountain Regional Recreation Area. There are approximately 1,200 hectares of Community Parks and 823 hectares of Regional Parkland plus the Cowichan Valley Trail. Please use the search functions below to navigate by your activity of choice, location or park name.
Planning a trip to the Cowichan Valley?
For help planning your trip, and seeing all the Cowichan Valley has to offer, check out Tourism Cowichan for more information and resources.
Parks & Trails Information
- Trans Canada Trail: Vancouver Island (South to North)
Accommodations & Visitor Information
CVRD Parks & Trails BylawEach and every park user can make a positive difference in the overall enjoyment of parks by doing their part. This includes picking up after your pets, leaving natural vegetation in place and ensuring any garbage is carried out or properly disposed of.
Please enjoy CVRD Parks & Trails while being mindful of the bylaws in place.
How to report a bylaw issue?
If you notice a bylaw issue while visiting a CVRD Park or Trail, please send us a report.
Please include the following details in your report when possible: