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Stoney Hill Regional Park

Stoney Hill Road | North Cowichan BC V9L 5Y5

Stoney Hill Regional Park is located in the Municipality of North Cowichan near Sansum Narrows across from Saltspring Island. The park has spectacular views of Saltspring Island and the surrounding area with a scenic, approximately 3.2 km looped trail starting and ending at the parking lot. A public road leads from Genoa Bay Road to the parking lot/trailhead which holds up to 25 vehicles.

How To Get There.

From the Trans-Canada Highway turn east on to Trunk Road which turns into Tzouhalem Road. Go left on the roundabout on to Maple Bay Road. As you begin to descend towards the ocean you will turn right on to Genoa Bay Road, drive past the marina and Birds Eye Cove Farm then turn left on Stoney Hill Road that leads to a parking lot (approximately 1 km) with a trailhead into the park.


Meet and check-in at the Remedy Flag at the parking lot/trailhead.

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Harmony Acres

3552 Gibbins Road | Duncan, BC V9L 6E7

The private use of this beautiful, tranquil property was generously donated to our community by Janesa Tomich.

How To Get There.

From the Trans-Canada Highway turn west on to Trunk Road toward St Julian Street which turns into Government Road. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Gibbins Road. Driveway for destination will be on the left.


Meet and check-in at the Remedy Flag in the driveway/parking lot.

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If you ever have any questions, please feel free to email us at or reach out to your community ambassador.

For Vancouver Island, please email Brandon Mills at, or call at (250)701-4754.



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