The Yellow Point/Cedar area is a small rural community just minutes from Nanaimo. With a current population of around 250 residents, this number is expected to grow as the City of Nanaimo expands.
About Yellow Point & Cedar
This small region dates back to the late 1800’s with its first post office opening in 1888. Today, it is home to local artists and artisans, shops and a good selection of dining at local cafes, restaurants and even an authentic British pub (the Crow & Gate Pub).
With plenty of outdoor activities to keep everyone in the family busy, it’s a great choice if you want a rural escape from city life, without giving up the city’s conveniences.
You can explore the artists and artisans shops and galleries, golf at Cottonwood Golf Course or take the kids to the 7 acre corn maze at McNabs Corn Maze and Produce Farm (seasonal). For the adventurous types, you can bungy jump, tackle a high ropes obstacle course or fly down the zip lines at Wildplay Elements Park.
There are lakes, kayaking, hiking, horseback riding and Hemer Provincial Park with over 11 kilometres of walking trails, so there’s no excuse not to get out and be active.
Reasons to live in Yellow Point & Cedar:
Homes in this area vary from single family homes, mobile homes, farms and acreages and there’s even a stunning waterfront community, making the most of the beautiful island views. Prices are wide ranging so there’s a home to suit everyone.
With four schools in the area, the kids can go from kindergarten to high school graduation, all within this small community.
For more information about this quaint area, call John today.