Thanks to its stunning natural West Coast island setting, the Greater Victoria area boasts dozens of city and regional parks and trails. Plants, wildflowers and lush greenery adorn the beaches and forest trails of Victoria's many local parks. Parkside is overlooking St.Anns and Beacon Hill park. Stay at our park view hotel victoria.
The crowning jewel in Victoria's park system, Beacon Hill Park is a 200-acre oasis of both natural and landscaped beauty. Its open vista across the Strait of Juan De Fuca and its unique features draw people time and time again.
Off the Island Highway
A saltwater lagoon located at the base of the Royal Roads property, next to the Fort Rodd Hill / Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites and a view across Esquimalt Harbour at Dockyard.
Millstream Road in the Highlands
Incorporates 31 hectares of the slopes of Lone Hill in the Highlands, northwest of Victoria on the Saanich Peninsula of Vancouver Island. From the summit (364 m) of this small park, enjoy views of the Malahat, the Highlands, Victoria and the distant Olympic Mountains.
Cedar Hill Road
The largest and most magnificent park administered by Saanich. Walk the shores of Cordova Bay, hike trails lush with the abundance of ferns and wildflowers towered by Douglas Fir and Cedar trees overhead.
Six Mile Road in View Royal/Langford
established as Canada's first nature sanctuary in 1958. Offers outdoor activities such as swimming, canoeing and fishing in a natural setting.
Metchosin Road in Metchosin
An oceanfront park with forest trails, sandy beach, a nature centre and rich bird life - an ideal destination for the whole family.
Past Beach Drive in Oak Bay
76 acres of wilderness tucked away in the lap of luxury. A nature reserve since 1959, Uplands Park’s only man-made developments are the war memorial and boat ramps added in the second half of this century.