The Cowichan River Provincial Park recreation area has four main areas. The Holt Creek Trail Head, Stoltz Pool and Campgrounds, Maire Canyon, 66 Mile Trestle and Skutz Falls Trailhead. The Cowichan River Footpath follows the River from one end the park to the other. Access can be found from Duncan via Hwy 18, Cowichan Lake Road and River Bottom Road. Great area for recreational biking, fishing, hiking, swimming and rafting. See the BC Parks Website Map
Holt Creek Trailhead
and Trestle, access to the Trans-Canada
Trail and the Cowichan
River Provincial Park system, from Robertson Road just south of Duncan,
Canada Trail borders and passes through the Cowichan River Provincial Park from the Holt Creek Trail Head to Skutz Falls then on to Lake Cowichan, access can also be found at the 66 Mile Trestle day use area.
Canyon - Day Use Area
Maire Canyon, Day Use
Area, River Bottom Road
66 Mile Trestle, Day Use Area, Trans Canada Trail Access
Cowichan River Provincial
66 Mile Trestle can be reached via
River Bottom Road and
the Holt Creek Trailhead via the Trans Canada Trail
Cowichan River from Skutz
Falls Service Road Bridge
Stoltz Pool and Campgrounds and Day Use Area. There are 39 drive-in and 4 walk-in sites at the
Stoltz Pool campsite, All sites are well spaced
with easy access to the river.
Cowichan River Provincial Park.