| Kinsol Trestle
|| The Historic Kinsol Trestle is open to the public for cyclists, hikers and equestrians to experience the full Cowichan Valley Trail in the Cowichan Region. The Kinsol Trestle is one of eight trestles along the Cowichan Valley Trail route and by far the largest and most spectacular.
| Memory Island Provincial Park
||Enjoy quiet nature viewing and picnicking in BC's smallest Provincial Park and one of the only protected park islands found in a major destination lake.|
| West Shawnigan Lake Provincial Park
||Small day-use park (although not as small as Memory Island.) Provides a sanctuary for Douglas fir forest, as well as lakeside beach access on the northwest shores of Shawnigan Lake.
|Shawnigan Lake Museum||Official site of the Shawnigan Lake Historical Association.|
|Shawnigan Focus Newspaper||Our local newspaper, written by local residents about areas of interest and importance to Shawnigan residents.|
| BC Lake Stewardship Society
||The BCLSS assisting member lake groups to conduct scientific water quality monitoring of the lakes they represent.|
|Shawnigan Basin Society||The Shawnigan Basin Society, a non-profit organization, promotes a holistic approach toward environmental solutions, community engagement, and local stewardship.
|Cowichan Valley Regional District||Official site for the CVRD.|
||The Cowichan Valley Regional District, Municipality of North Cowichan, Town of Ladysmith, City of Duncan, Town of Lake Cowichan and the Electoral Areas are now using PlaceSpeak to inform, consult and engage with citizens throughout the region.|
|CVRD Area A Director - Blaise Salmon||CVRD Area Director for Mill Bay.|
| CVRD Area B Director - Sierra Acton
||CVRD Board Vice-Chair and Area Director for Shawnigan Lake.|
| CVRD Area C Director - Mike Wilson
||CVRD Area Director for Cobble Hill.
|CVRD Board Chair, Aaron Stone||CVRD Board Chair.|
|VIHA Water Sampling||Water sampling information and results|
| Island Corridor Foundation
||A partnership of First Nations, five regional and 14 municipal governments that took over ownership of the 290-kilometre rail corridor in 2006 on behalf of the communities of Vancouver Island.
| Shawnigan Lake Community Centre
||Public recreation centre operated by the Cowichan Valley Regional District.|
| Shawnigan Lake Fire Department
||Shawnigan Lake Volunteer Fire Department|