Nanaimo River Regional Park

This 56-hectare conservation property is one of the few remaining natural forests along the lower reaches of the Nanaimo River. As a mature Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem, the park is also the site of provincial research on improving Douglas-fir harvest stock. A developed trail network provides walkers, cyclists and nature lovers with room to explore, and the river offers swimmers a great place to go for a dip and relax along the riverbank. The southeastern portions of the park are dedicated to wildlife habitat.

What to do
Beach
Biking
Fishing
Parking
Picnic
Running
Salmon View
Swimming
Toilet
Walking
How to get there
Parks Map