Cowichan River Provincial Park

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Cowichan River Provincial Park
David Stanley - Cowichan River Provincial Park.jpg
The upper reaches of the Cowichan River
LocationCowichan Valley, British Columbia
Nearest cityCowichan Lake
Duncan
Area1,414 ha (5.46 sq mi)
CreatedJuly 12 1995
Governing bodyGovernment of British Columbia

Cowichan River Provincial Park is a provincial park on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. It includes the Cowichan River in a 750-hectare area stretching almost 20 kilometres, from the village of Lake Cowichan to Glenora, just south of Duncan.[1] Its paths are part of the Trans Canada Trail

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cowichan River Provincial Park". vancouverisland.com. Retrieved 2 August 2014.

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Coordinates: 48°46′20″N 123°53′45″W / 48.7722°N 123.8958°W / 48.7722; -123.8958