Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)
Set on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is renowned for its temperate climate.
That reflects in the lush rainforest setting and prolific birdlife. The island location means that many of the city's parks are ocean side, offering either broad sandy shorelines for beachcombing or the rugged west coast terrain beloved by hikers.
East Sooke Regional Park is the place to find that rugged west coast hiking trail. Mount Douglas Park provides an equal challenge but it's all up hill. Witty's Lagoon Regional Park and Island View Regional Park are all about birding.
Goldstream Provincial Park is home to the October chum salmon run while Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park is into fun on the water for people. Sidney Spit in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is a great daytrip from Victoria. But every park has more than one reason to visit, so read on for the full story on each of these special places.
2 Parks in Victoria
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2220 Harbour Rd
Sidney, British Columbia
Gulf Islands National Park Reserve safeguards a portion of British Columbia's beautiful southern Gulf Islands. Established in 2003, park lands are dotted throughout numerous islands, islets & reefs. Enjoy kayaking, boating,camping, hiking, walking along the beaches or trails, picnicking or geocaching. Take in an interpretive program (free & fun) - check the website for more details.
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1111 Melville St
Vancouver, British Columbia
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