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The Chemainus River flows eastward on southern Vancouver Island, emptying into the Strait of Georgia near the town of Chemainus on the east coast of Vancouver Island.

Access to the Chemainus River is good off the Copper Canyon Main logging road, which runs along the Chemainus Rriver for much of its course.

The Chemainus River hosts a winter steelhead run from April to June as well as coho salmon runs. Rainbow trout are present as well as a few summer steelhead.

Nearest Towns: Chemainus, Lake Cowichan, Ladysmith, Duncan

Nearest Lake: Cowichan Lake

Nearest Parks: Chemainus River Provincial Park, Cowichan River Provincial Park

Additional Info: The Chemainus River provides excellent swimming and recreational opportunities. Camping facilities are available in Chemainus and at Cowichan River Provincial Park.

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