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Perfect for a sunny day walk

The Esquimalt Gorge Park straddles the Gorge in a rough U. The water is clear and sparkling--you... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
josephhO9914VQ
beautiful place

I chose to go out for a walk and lucky me I went to this beautiful park ,is clean and it has some... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2018
BeniamitaBernadett
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Esquimalt Gorge Park straddles the Gorge in a rough U. The water is clear and sparkling--you can see the sea greens and it would be a great place to canoe or swim. The Gorge used to be a place where city folks came to...More

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Reviewed 9 March 2018 via mobile

I chose to go out for a walk and lucky me I went to this beautiful park ,is clean and it has some sculpture inside ,also gardens and trails to the river I recomand this park for any kind of activities from picnic to swimming

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Reviewed 1 January 2018

We lucked into this beautiful and interesting park (along a 6K long waterway) while driving/navigating through Esquimalt from Witty's Lagoon Regional Park to downtown Victoria. During our 2K walk, we read park history, saw the rapids reverse at the narrows because we were there as...More

Thank KevinMiller1956
Reviewed 14 September 2017

Went for a lovely walk after dinner with our friends along the water. It was a beautiful evening with lots of people out walking. We saw two sets of seals and they were so fun to watch! The path along the water was a nice...More

1  Thank Debbie H
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

I usual walk around the Gorge waterway in the evening. A beautiful place to watch kayakers, paddle boarders, look for sea life, ducks, swans, Canadian geese, herons, etc. The even have a little Japanese garden, picnic tables, children's park, big trees for shade... It's about...More

1  Thank Anthony Y
Reviewed 23 August 2017

I was staying just down the water at Econo Lodge and walked over here one evening just for something to do. It's a very picturesque place, nicely located on the Gorge Waters which are themselves a unique aspect of the Greater Victoria geography. If the...More

2  Thank SailorAirman
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

The Gorge is Lovely to walk along. Very diverse flora. Many places to sit and even a good dog beach. It is a paved path so great for skateboard or bikes

1  Thank Vibratone
Reviewed 15 April 2017

I have walked through this little gem many times, and during all seasons. Always a visual treat. The restored Japanese Garden with it's lovely water features is a special spot. The Japanese cherry tress lining the entry provide a profusion of spring blossoms. Easy access...More

Thank Old B
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Great park to go for a walk with your furry friends or bike ride. Enjoy a good book on the benches or rent a kayak and go for a ride.

Thank Edyta T
Reviewed 30 March 2017

This park has good paved walking trails and you can walk your dog here as well. If you kayak or canoe, there is calm water to do that in as the gorge goes for several miles. There are places to fish, and just sit back...More

Thank Gerald W
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Response from SailorAirman | Reviewed this property |
Well that would be something from the Victoria City by-laws. From my quick look at them here it looks like it's okay. Here's what I found. Prohibition of Open Air Burning 37 (1) No person shall light, ignite, start or burn... More
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