Roche Cove Regional Park Hike along a cool creek at midday or paddle still waters in early morning light at this serene 163-hectare park. You’ll find a secluded cove, ocean views and lush vegetation, including old-growth cedar trees. Explore the park’s seven kilometres of forested trails, or picnic at the secludedbeach. Roche Cove Roche Cove
Devonian Park Entrance and parking lot This great - tho small - park is about a 40-minute drive from Victoria and well worth it! Features include a gentle walking trail through mixed woodland and along a winding creek, cobble beach (no sand!) for picnicking and exploration, bird watching at Sherwood Pond (although the
Exploring Francis/King Regional Park Francis/King Regional Park is a wonderful place to explore for people of all abilities, giving everyone, no matter their abilities or disabilities, a chance to get a little closer to nature. There are 11 kilometers of gentle woodland trails meandering through groves of old growth forest, spring wildflower meadows and marshland.
This regional conservation area was established as Canada's first nature sanctuary in 1958. The park offers outdoor activities in a natural setting. Thetis overview Features Swamp and lake ecosystems for nature study Delicate spring wildflowers, Garry oak ecosystems and Douglas-fir forest Freshwater lakes for swimming, canoeing and fishing (lakes stocked with catchable Rainbow
Gowlland Tod Provincial Park View from Gowlland Tod Trail provides excellent day-use recreation opportunities for hiking, nature appreciation and picnicking. More than 25 kilometres of trails, varying in degree of difficulty, offer spectacular views, as well as the chance to view animals in their natural environment. In spring and early summer, the moss-covered