City Parks

City of Victoria Parks

  • Fisherman's Wharf Victoria, BC

FISHERMAN’S WHARF

Fisherman’s Wharf Park [4 ½ acres] Overlooking the wharf and on the new Harbour Pathway, the park is at Erie and St. Lawrence. A rehabilitated land project, this newly formed park today boasts a rain garden which serves to filter much of the storm drain waters of James Bay, a public herb garden, a well-used

  • Topaz Park in Victoria, BC

TOPAZ PARK

Topaz Park is located in the Hillside Quadra neighbourhood between Topaz Avenue and Finlayson Street, along Blanshard Street. It is Victoria's third largest park and includes a variety of sport and community features, including an artificial turf field and a lacrosse box. Park Features Four sport fields - including one artificial turf field Baseball diamonds Lacrosse box Washrooms Dog

  • Beckwith Park, Victoria, BC

BECKWITH WATER PARK

Beckwith Park has many features for the whole family. You can spend the day: Having a picnic. Splashing in the spray park. Playing on the accessible playground. Exploring the trails around Beckwith Pond. This popular park is located on Beckwith Avenue just off Quadra Street. Park Size: 9.0065 ha Classification: Community Park Local Area: North

  • view at Macaulay pt

MACAULAY POINT PARK

A hidden gem of a park that even most locals don't know about is Macaulay Point Park in the community of Esquimalt (Esk-kwi-malt) which is only a short drive from downtown Victoria. Indeed it's so close that it's about a 10 - 15 minute drive, a 1 hour walk or a shorte bike ride from

CARNAVON PARK

Carnavon Park A developed sports park (3.97 hectares), surrounded by residential housing, with playing fields for rugby, soccer, ball diamonds with score/concession building, tennis courts, tennis backboard, and lacrosse box, with washrooms and change rooms.  There is a children's rotary water park with assorted climbing structures and a municipally operated licensed daycare centre ("Paddington Station"). 

CITY CENTRE PARK

Fun for the whole family! Location:  1089 Langford Parkway, Langford, BC City Centre Park is Langford’s “everything” active entertainment zone, designed and coordinated by the City’s own Parks Department. The Eagle Ridge Community Centre, built in 2005, is Vancouver Island’s only year-round dry-floor arena. It is used primarily for indoor soccer, ball hockey, lacrosse, inline

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