There are a number of beaches in Victoria, both on lakes and the ocean!

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COLES BAY REGIONAL PARK

A small park in a quiet neighborhood leading down to the Saanich Inlet - that's Coles Bay Regional Park! At just under 9 acres, this park is the perfect place for a short stroll, or a picnic with the family.  The path is fairly level but not really wheelchair accessible if you want to reach

SIDNEY SPIT NATIONAL PARK RESERVE

Sidney Spit National Park Reserve is located on Sidney Island, just east of the town of Sidney, BC Sidney Spit is accessible by kayak, canoe or boat. There are 21 mooring buoys, and dock space is available to boaters on the government dock. Sidney Spit is also accessible by the privately operated walk-on passenger ferry

ISLAND VIEW BEACH REGIONAL PARK

Island View Beach This park offers an expansive beach along the eastern shore of the Saanich Peninsula. There's a long, sandy beach for exploring, picnicking and swimming, dune, wetland, and shrub ecosystems, home to numerous resident and migratory bird species, and many fragile plants.  There's bird watching along the shore and in the fields and

WILLOWS BEACH

Willows Beach A developed waterfront park (1.17 hectare) with large grassed area, change rooms and washrooms, concession and tea room, picnic tables, benches, children’s play area, sandy beach, esplanade and walkway. This scenic developed waterfront park is highly used for active and passive recreational activities on its open grass and beachfront. The park is a

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