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#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Langford
Great facility, camping grounds, nature walks among the 600 + year old trees and fabulous hiking trails, we took the Goldmine hike to the 'famous' train trestle...it's a rugged and steep hike in some points, we cr...
Although the park is close to the highway, it is a lovely little oasis of lush forests and world-class short hiking trails.
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Colwood
I could go back everyday and explore the beautiful acres of this park!
Royal Roads / Hatley Park is one of the nicest Canadian properties I've been to.
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Colwood
I would like to share few images that exhibit a truly original, unique and tasteful way to create and complement beauty of nature.
I had to update my navigation system with a new CD and needed a place where I could park for 30 minutes with the motor running.
Thetis Lake Regional Park View Royal 4.8 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in View Royal
Active is the operative word here, for to really appreciate just how stunning this park is you need to walk or run the vast myriad of delightful trails, or swim, kayak or canoe to the many islands and mossy points...
This is a beautiful park with a lower and upper lake, a few small beaches, and hiking trails both around the lake and into the surrounding wilderness.
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Langford
The Butchart Gardens Central Saanich 13.4 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Central Saanich
The amazing transformation of an old limestone quarry into a beautifully landscaped park is truly wonderful to behold, and a must-see destination for garden enthusiasts.
The natural blooming flowers all over the island is amazing such peace and beauty combined .I highly recommend getting out in nature and enjoy the fresh air and great food the fine coffee houses and the cookies of...
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Ogden Point Terminal & Breakwater Victoria 10.1 km away
#5 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
A 4 KM walk to the South will take you along the ocean front, past Mile '0' of the Trans-Canada Hiway, the 156 acre manicured Beacon Hill Park & historic Ross Bay Cemetery.
Good opportunity to view the surrounding nature and wildlife.
Inner Harbour Victoria 11.2 km away
#1 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Nature beauty of ocean bay, intermingled with historical monuments with hotels, museums and ocean walks around: summer festivals with music and attractions, old historical Empress Hotel, Parliament Building, BC Mu...
Lively with plenty of boats and seaplanes arriving and departing, some nice bars in the streets along the wharf, Red and Blue Fish shack for lunch, parliament building, Empress hotel, Government Street, the park a...
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East Sooke Regional Park Sooke 11.5 km away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Sooke
If you are someone who likes hiking or challenging trail running, this park is perfect.The coast line is rugged, wild and naturally beautiful, just as it should be, perched near the edge of the Pacific Ocean.
... 10 of the 'Sooke to Port Renfrew' visitors booklet, readily available at the Sooke Visitor Center and other public establishments in the area, there is a terrific map of the park showing all the different trails.
Beacon Hill Park Victoria 11.7 km away
#2 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Breathtaking urban park extending along the shoreline of Victoria, with a combination of romantic beaches, sweeping vistas of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains, beautiful gardens, a delightful s...
Within the park you will find towering Cedars and Douglas Fir groves, wildflower Garry Oak meadows, scenic lakes, fountains and streams, a playground, picnic area, rose garden, petting zoo.
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Saxe Point Park Esquimalt 7.2 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Esquimalt
Saxe Point is a delightful park for all ages with wonderful views of the Olympian Mountains and Sooke Hills.
Sunny winter's day, a few people walking their dogs, the air always clean and clear, nice easy walking on trails, washroom facilities open, benches to sit on...we happened on the park by chance and and were thrill...
Victoria Bug Zoo Victoria 11.3 km away
#7 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
My youngest is a nature lover.
It's fun to actually see bugs you only view in nature films.
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The Gardens at HCP Saanich 9.5 km away
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Saanich
Francis King Regional Park Victoria 6.7 km away
#16 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
The park entrance is well marked and maps at trail head.
Thunderbird Park Victoria 11.3 km away
#11 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Victoria's Thunderbird Park, part of the Royal BC Museum, is tucked into a quiet, tree-filled street corner in downtown Victoria, but oh so worth the hunt.
Everyone loves the Museum, and Thunderbird park offers some beautiful artwork and well manicured lawn to enjoy and, unless my eyes deceive me, also pitch a tent for free apparently.
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Lone Tree Hill Park Victoria 6.6 km away
#18 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Lone Tree Hill Park and Jocelyn Hill near Gowlland Tod Provincial Park are great sites to visit in the greater Victoria area, lots of great views.
Government House Victoria 13.2 km away
#4 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
A bit of a walk from Beacon Hill Park or the Inner Harbour, but it can be done if you are up for a hike.
The park is so very clean.
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Galloping Goose Regional Trail Victoria Capital Regional District, Canada 13.5 km away
#6 of 85 Nature & Parks in Victoria Capital Regional District
Miles (and kilometers!) of mostly easy, flat smooth trails from Victoria's harbor to the countryside, with parks and views along the way.
This trail is a treat for nature lovers!
Esquimalt Gorge Park Esquimalt 8.4 km away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Esquimalt
Has lots of grassy shaded areas near he parking lot with picnic benches to have a summer BBQ, a tiny sandy beach and a little forest to explore, all within the park!
During our 2K walk, we read park history, saw the rapids reverse at the narrows because we were there as low tide was transitioning to high tide, walked through the very nice Japanese Garden, and saw a 6-person ca...
Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park Central Saanich 10.5 km away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Central Saanich
A gorgeous place to get out into Nature, feathered and furry creators abound!!! Lots of parking and flat terrain, with a well defined 3 foot wide path around Elk Lake.
This Capital Regional Park is used by hikers, marathoners, cyclists, fishers, rowers, equestrians, bird watchers, picnickers, paddlers, dog walkers and daycares.
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Clover Point Park Victoria 12.5 km away
#10 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
A good choice to wander by bike or car... park and take a hike along the waterfront... lots of driftwood to collect... very windy location that appeals to windsurfers and kite flying... get a full blast of sea air...
Walking path leads you to Beacon Hill Park and into James Bay and right downtown if you wish.
Mount Douglas Park Saanich 13.4 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Saanich
This park has lots of walking routes well signposted and dog friendly The routes range from easy to challenging and steep!
Being one of the volunteers working at native plant restoration sites in the park may bias our opinion but we think Mt Doug is the best park in Saanich.
Macaulay Point Park Esquimalt 8.4 km away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Esquimalt
A great addition is this is also an off leash dog park! Beach for kids, boat launch, watch seals play or even rock climb- you need a permit to climb but great location
There are nice trails through the park for those just walking, and a few historical buildings from the old fort still remain.
West Coast Trail Victoria Capital Regional District, Canada 12.7 km away
#20 of 85 Nature & Parks in Victoria Capital Regional District
returning to the start you can book the west coast bus (link on the west coast trail parks Canada site) or you can do what we did and take a boat ($120pp) but worth it.
There was a check-in at the trailhead where we received a trail map and tide table and tips on current conditions from the park officers.
Gowlland Tod Provincial Park Highlands 11.0 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Highlands
Eventually, the Mary Lake Nature Preserve will develop a trail that will link Gowlland Tod to Thetis Lake; this will be an exciting development!
The park consists of one main trail extending along a ridge overlooking Victoria's "Finlayson Arm", a long inlet between the Saanich Penninsula and the Malahat.
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Scenic Marine Route Victoria 15.0 km away
#3 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
From the inner harbour of Victoria to Cordova Bay the marine scenic drive passes through parks, past kite flying, parasailing, beaches and playgrounds, packs of cyclists, dozens of dog walkers, a golf course, mari...
Start downtown near the cruise ship terminal and follow the road past Beacon Park, A must stop is a point where you can view the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Washington State Olympic Mountains or bring a kite.
Mount Tolmie Park Victoria 13.9 km away
#9 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Great spot to go for a little hike arround the park, lot's of Gary Oak trees.
Lovely spot for nature, views and garry oak meadows
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Abkhazi Garden Victoria 14.4 km away
#6 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Even if you have already been in Butchart Gardens, this place is a "must see", if you are a nature/flower lover.
Victoria Butterfly Gardens Central Saanich 14.1 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Central Saanich
The butterfly gift shop is fun to browse, enticing you with nature jewelry, books, mugs, T-shirts, & more!
Great assortment of the beauty that can be found in nature.
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