Your hosts John & Jeri would like to invite you to our beautiful 23 acres situated on the Chemainus River. Come see the picturesque views atop the escarpment carved by the river. See the plentiful wildlife, including eagles, ravens, woodpeckers, squirrels, deer, and beaver. Play badminton and horseshoes on our lawn courts. Swim at our private beach on the Chemainus River. We also have ice and farm fresh eggs for your convenience.

We have a quiet area where you can sit on a covered swing and read your book, or just listen to the orca fountain bubbling beside you. If you wish, you can sunbathe on the cabana.

We are located about 2 miles from the town of Chemainus, so you can visit our town and see the world famous murals.

Our capital, Victoria, is a one hour drive to the South, while Nanaimo, the second largest city on Vancouver Island, is only 30 minutes to the North. Duncan, the City of Totems, is only 10 minutes to the South of us.<?p>

If you like to golf, there are three courses in the area including Mount Brenton Golf Course, Duncan Meadows Golf Course, and Cowichan Golf and Country Club. Mount Brenton is just 5 minutes from your site.

If you like to fish, and have a boat, there are government boat launching wharves in Chemainus, Crofton, and Cowichan Bay, all within 20 minutes from your site. Cowichan Bay, 20 minutes away, has boat rentals.

If you like tennis, there are hard courts 5 minutes to the North and grass courts 20 minutes to the South.

Like to shop? Chemainus has numerous knick-knack stores, lots of native art and other pieces by local artists, as well as a variety of goods brought in by our local merchants.

Like to eat? There are many inexpensive restaurants near by, and a few better quality establishments, including our famous Chemainus Theatre, which boasts fine dining and theatre entertainment.

Like to do the tour thing? We have wine tours and mill tours. Our local forest museum will take you back to a time when forestry was the major employer and steam was the mode of transportation, including a ride on an original steam engine. You can also visit the Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference Centre.