The village of Cowichan Bay has much to offer residents and tourists alike. Just strolling along looking in store and gallery windows is a treat! A list of local businesses and village happenings can be found on the Cowichan Bay Improvement Association website, www.cowichanbay.com

Settled in the 1850s as a Hudson's Bay Company fort, Cowichan Bay was one of the earliest settlements on Vancouver Island and retains the charm of a small fishing village - population about 2,600. In fact, Cowichan Bay is one of over 185 towns in 28 countries with the Cittaslow International designation. It is a community that strives to maintain its unique identity. For more information, visit www.slowcowichan.com.

1761 Cowichan Bay Rd.,
PO Box 22
Cowichan Bay, BC V0R 1N0

p: 250.746.4955
e: cwbs@classicboats.org

Cowichan Bay is located on the southeast coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.






Google Map showing location of the Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre office, museum and pier.

Google Map showing location of Cowichan Bay in relation to the major cities of Vancouver and Victoria.