Nanoose Bay takes in several large peninsulas and can offer private acreages with forested rocky outcrops, some with
truly spectacular snow-capped Vancouver Island and Coast Range mountain viewscapes immersed in blue ocean. This area
is drier, sunnier and warmer that the surrounding area due to both a local rain-shadow effect and the proximity to
moderating Pacific Ocean waters.
An aerial view of Craig Bay with Nanoose Bay peninsulas.
A sailboat is seen, against the backdrop of the British Columbia coastal mainland mountains, in Nanoose Bay.
Lasqueti And Texada Islands across from the Nanoose Bay area.
Nanoose Bay ocean view looking across Northwest Bay to Mount Arrowsmith.
Mount Arrowsmith on Vancouver Island behind Northwest Bay.
Boaters use either the Beachcomber marina or the nearby Schooner Cove marina in Fairwinds.
The Beachcomber marina at Nanoose Bay.
The Beachcomber marina in Nanoose Bay.
A full rainbow is caught in this New Year’s day photo taken at Beachcomber marina in Nanoose Bay, B.C.
Schooner Cove marina at Fairwinds in Nanoose Bay.
Golfers love the course at Fairwinds or use any of the other 5 courses nearby, which are suited to a variety of
Aerial view of Fairwinds golf course and Brickyard Bay at Nanoose Bay.
Nature trails abound in Nanoose Bay, accessing panoramic mountain/ocean/island vistas and meander through unique
Garry oak, Arbutus and Fir forests sketched out over rocky terrain. Scuba divers frequent deep rock walls with
refreshing currents, providing habitat to a wide variety of colorful marine life.
The Prawn Trail to Moorecroft in Nanoose Bay.
Groves of arbutus trees can be seen in the Nanoose Bay area.
Nanoose Bay has access to dive locations.
Nanoose Bay’s Beachcomber Marine Park.
A world-class beach is found here in Nanoose Bay. The white sands of Rathtrevor Beach extend about a mile out at low
tide, offering unsurpassed beachcombing. Other smaller beaches are found in this area, including Wall Beach, Brickyard
Bay and a few others. Nature abounds in Nanoose Bay.
Families enjoying Rathtrevor Beach at low tide in Nanoose Bay.
Tall grass growing at Rathtrevor Beach in Nanoose Bay, B.C. This photo was taken at low tide when the beach literally extends out about 1 mile.
Nuttal Bay in Nanoose Bay, B.C.
Here you can have privacy, natural surroundings, a small-town community feel and yet, be minutes away from city amenities of either Parkville or Nanaimo.
A pair of eagles perched proudly at Nuttal Bay in Nanoose Bay.
A curious sea lion at Northwest Bay.
A sea lion diving into Northwest Bay.
Sea lions in Northwest Bay basking in the sunshine.
A Great Blue Heron sits on a log boom in Nanoose Bay.
A Nanoose Bay seagull in flight.
A number of purple starfish at Northwest Bay in Nanoose Bay.
Nanoose Bay sea kayakers enjoying one of the many rocky peninsulas and multitude of bays perfect for exploring the intertidal zone.
The view of Northwest Bay from a private Nanoose Bay location.
An interesting cloud formation dominates the skyline of this Nanoose Bay sunset.
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