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Nanoose Bay / Enos Lake / Richard Point / Wallis Point / Ballenas Islands

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Nanoose Bay, BC (Nearby: Dolphin Beach, Parksville, Lantzville, Wellington, Errington)

  • Enos Lake
  • Richard Point
  • Wallis Point
  • Ballenas Islands

2443 Collins Crescent
Nanoose Bay, British Columbia
V9P 9A0

British Columbia Tourism Region : Vancouver Island

Description From Owner:
  • Enos Lake - After John Enos, the name adopted by a Portuguese who pre-empted here in 1864. Captain Walbran has a story that, when the Indians began to harass Enos, he flitted around them, dressed in white, playing a ghost in the night,
  • and so scared them away.
  • Richard Point - After Richard P. Wallis, a native of Cambridgeshire, who came to British Columbia in 1888 and purchased over 2,000 acres here in 1897.
  • Wallis Point - After Richard P. Wallis of Thorney Abbey, Cambridgeshire, who settled here in 1888, acquiring an estate of over 2,000 acres.
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.

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Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Enos Lake, 4km
  • Kidney Lake, 8km
  • Round Lake, 8km
  • Okay Mountain, 9km
  • Okay Lake, 10km
  • Boomerang Lake, 10km
  • Cottle Lake, 11km
  • Rhododendron Lake, 11km
  • Blackjack Lake, 13km
  • Little Mountain, 10km
  • Green Lake, 11km
  • Mount DeCosmos, 17km
  • Brannen Lake, 12km
  • Nanaimo Lakes, 19km
  • Healy Lake, 17km
  • Lucid Lake, 17km
  • Shelton Lake, 18km
  • Mount Benson, 17km
  • Mount Kurtzhals, 21km
  • Mount Hooker, 21km
  • Long Lake, 15km
  • Diver Lake, 15km
  • Mount Cook, 24km
  • Lost Lake, 16km
  • Third Lake, 22km
  • Barsby Lake, 22km
  • Ogden Lake, 24km
  • Westwood Lake, 18km
  • Trematon Mountain, 24km
  • Trematon Lake, 24km
  • Cathers Lake, 18km
  • Lambert Lake, 25km
  • Moriarty Lake, 20km
  • Mount Dick, 27km
  • Green Mountain, 26km
  • Sno-Bird Lake, 26km
  • Jump Lake, 29km
  • Buffalo Hump, 28km
  • Gemini Mountain, 27km
  • Hadley Lake, 27km
  • Mount Shepherd, 30km
  • Haley Lake, 30km
  • Mount Moriarty, 23km
  • Whisky Lake, 25km
  • McKay Peak, 30km
  • Butler Peak, 30km
  • Knight Lake, 25km
  • Labour Day Lake, 24km
  • Overton Lake, 26km
  • Rowbotham Lake, 22km