British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
For visitors from all over the world, Maple Bay is a seaside playground, offering a snug haven for boaters and kayakers, and a wonderful beach for exploring sea life or for collecting shells and driftwood.

Maple Bay Yacht Club in Bird's Eye Cove offers protected moorage with excellent facilities and a licensed lounge in a friendly rural setting. Whatever you choose, you are bound to have a great time.

Besides the harbour and its marina, activities include walking in Maple Mountain Centennial Park; diving in the protected inlet of Maple Bay, which the late Jacques Costeau considered one of his favourite diving spots in the world; fishing for salmon, sea bass, or cod in Swanson Narrows, or for trout in nearby Quamichan Lake; saltwater swimming or beach strolling at Crofton Beach in Osborne Bay Regional Park; or visiting the tiny village of Genoa Bay, where you can go hiking or biking on Mount Tzuhalem. The 536-metre high mountain has trails for all ages and levels of ability and offers wonderful wildflowers and spectacular views.


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Maple Bay Things to Do