Nanoose Bay is a rural community located to the north, between Nanaimo and Parksville, on the Strait of Georgia, it enjoys a country atmosphere while still being relatively close to all of the amenities that the cities of Nanaimo and Parksville have to offer. Nanoose Bay is home to several marinas and estate properties with many homes offering stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Coastal Mountains. Fairwinds, the elegant and distinct residential community surrounded by nature, is one of the jewels of Nanoose Bay. It features Fairwinds Landing, a 40,000 sq. foot waterfront, community hub, set to include a country market and pub/restaurant; a 350 slip, full service Marina at Schooner Cove, an expansive Wellness Centre, and an Award Winning 18 hole Golf Course with its popular restaurant, Fairwinds Bar and Grill. Current properties values are sure to rise with Fairwind’s upcoming Timber Ridge, a 35-unit townhome development in the works as well as The Westerly, a limited collection of 39 spacious suites just steps from Fairwinds Landing and overlooking the Fairwinds Marina & Strait of Georgia.
Nanoose Bay Elementary School
2875 NW Bay Rd, Nanoose Bay, BC
Aspengrove School (Jk-12)
7660 Clark Dr, Lantzville, BC
(250) 390 2201
Ecole Ballenas Secondary
Box 1570, 135 North Pym Road, Parksville, BC
Moorecroft Regional Park - The 34 hectare Moorecroft site includes shoreline and spectacular views across the Georgia Strait. There are approximately 32 hectares of natural forest featuring tree species such as Western Red Cedar, Douglas Fir, Arbutus, Bigleaf Maple, Red Alder and Garry Oak. Two intermittent creeks run through the property, and two eagle nesting sites have been identified. The property also contains a wetland area known as Skipsey Lake, an open field and a network of walking trails.
Beachcomber Regional Park - Small but precious, this accessible one hectare oceanside park was acquired by the RDN in 1955. It's situated at the end of Nanoose's Beachcomber Peninsula and offers spectacular views west across Craig Bay to Parksville and Mount Arrowsmith and north across the Strait of Georgia to the mainland coastal mountains. At low tide, large flat rocks are exposed which makes great territory for exploring and tide pool investigating. Away from the sea, enjoy short walking trails through Arbutus, Douglas-fir and Gary Oak woodland.
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