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公園
“This is where the Homestead is located, on a 77 acres ecoforest. Lots to see our on many trails ... pileated woodpecker, white-tail deer, small brown bat, great horned owl, barred owl, lake otter and great blue heron .. to name a few! Join in on a guided tour every 3rd Sunday of each month! ”
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公園
“The Estuary is an area where fresh water from rivers meets the salt water from the ocean and creates an environment of incredible biological diversity. They are extremely sensitive ecosystems with a wide assortment of plants and animals. ”
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Rv Park
“Accessible walking distance from home , Excellent hiking trail along the river were it meets the ocean , small beach , and seasonal coffee ice cream shop ”
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Point of Interest
“Experience a natural elegance with the luxury of fine yarn and Alpaca garments and take home a little bit of heaven. ”
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Premise
“We have an awesome bungy jump zone located over the Nanaimo River. Zip lining too!”
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Point of Interest
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Pharmacy
“Pharmacy with all the regular knick knacks (cards, magazines, cleaning supplies, some food items, etc)”
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公園
“ Morden Colliery Historic Provincial Park protects features of Vancouver Island’s rich coal mining history. This small, undeveloped day-use park contains the only remaining coal tipple on the Island. This concrete tipple was built in the early 1900s by the Pacific Coal Company, and was the first of its kind in the region. The tipple is all that remains of the Morden Coal Mine, which once thrived here. The first sod was turned at this mine in 1912; in its first year of operation the mine produced 76,000 tonnes of coal.”
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Route
“Duke Point is the terminus for the BC ferry from Tsawassen, BC on the mainland ”
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Gym
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餐廳
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