Genoa Bay Marina offers lush tree-lined shores, towering vistas, and sheltered moorage. Services include excellent transient and permanent mooring facilities, a General and Marine Store, and the Genoa Bay Café, which offers a fine selection of Pacific Rim cuisines. The Genoa Bay Marina is a rustic hideaway full of old wooden sailboats – an interesting place to visit and relax.
Sansum Narrows: Genoa Bay is a good place for mariners to wait for the strong current in Sansum Narrows to change before heading into the Stuart Channel and Dodd Narrows.
Golf: Golfers have a few golf courses in the area to choose from; Cowichan Golf and Country Club in Duncan (20 minutes from Crofton), Duncan Meadows Golf Course (15 minutes from Crofton), Mount Brenton Golf Course in Chemainus (10 minutes from Crofton), and Arbutus Ridge Golf Club in nearby Cobble Hill. Vancouver Island Golf Vacations.
Diving in the protected narrow inlets around Maple Bay is so good and so close to shore that the late Jacques Costeau considered it one of his favourite diving spots in the world!
Diving around Vancouver Island.
Fishing: Sansum Narrows and Maple Bay are excellent places to fish for salmon, sea bass, and cod. The better spots are Arbutus Point and Octupus Point, and Maxwell Point and Bold Bluff Point off Saltspring Island.
Quamichan Lake northwest of Genoa Bay offers year-round fishing. Access to this popular lake is off Maple Bay Road, via Trunk Road to Indian Road.
Mount Tzouhalem: The 536-metre Mount Tzouhalem north of Genoa Bay has hiking and biking trails for all ages and levels of ability, including wonderful wildflowers and spectacular views. The moderate hiking trail follows the ridge of Mt. Tzouhalem, providing 180 degree views of Cowichan Bay and Duncan. You’ll be able to see Mt. Whymper, Mt. Prevost and the Malahat. Access to the trail is from the end of Khenipsen Road. The trailhead is passed the gate with the chain strung across.
The Cowichan Valley offers a serene, easy-going lifestyle amidst magnificent forests, mountains, lakes, rivers, and ocean inlets. The Cowichan Valley region is renowned for its community tourism, agriculture and eco-tourism activities.
Sheltered Maple Bay separates Vancouver Island from Saltspring Island, harbouring a pretty seaside community that bustles with marine activity.
The Southern Gulf Islands are easily and conveniently accessed from Genoa Bay, with popular Saltspring Island, the largest and nearest of the Southern Gulf islands, lying directly across Sansum Narrows from Genoa Bay.
Genoa Bay CaféGenoa Bay Café
Genoa Bay Marina Unit #1, 5100 Genoa Bay Road Genoa Bay Duncan BC V9L 5Y8 postalPhone: 250-746-7621homeFax: 250-746-7621homefaxToll Free: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNETVisit Website
The Genoa Bay Cafe offers a fine selection of Pacific Rim cuisines, featuring fresh seafood from local waters, meats, produce and poultry from the farms of the Cowichan Valley, and the relaxed ambience of a waterfront setting at the Genoa Bay Marina. The Genoa Bay Cafe guarantees a unique and memorable experience. Open 7 days a week.
Genoa Bay MarinaGenoa Bay Marina
Unit #1 5100 Genoa Bay Road Genoa Bay Duncan BC V9L 5Y8 postalPhone: 250-746-7621homeFax: 250-746-7621homefaxToll Free: email@example.comINTERNETVisit Website
Genoa Bay Marina offers lush tree-lined shores, towering vistas, and sheltered moorage. Our prices are affordable, and our services include Transient and Permanent Moorage, a General and Marine Store, Car and Video/DVD rental, Laundry, Showers and Washrooms, Fax service, Postal services, Internet and email access, and the Genoa Bay Cafe. Shipwright and Mechanical services are also available.