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Best parks in Southern Gulf Islands

Botanical Garden
“If you get the chance, go on a Saturday night to see the fireworks during the summer or 12 days of Christmas over the holidays! ”
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State / Provincial Park
“Great whale watching site on land. Scenic. Historic lighthouse. Walking trails. ”
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Park
“See the Fulford Valley from a birds-eye-view! The drive up is well worth it! Lots of safe areas to view salt spring from on high. Bathrooms are at the parking lot.”
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Park
“You don’t want to miss Ruckle Park’s historic, pastoral, and wild places. Visit the farm, go for a hike, and take in the lush south end forests and shores.”
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Park
“Great hiking in the forest or walk along the water. Beautiful views of the ferries going to other islands and the mainland of BC. ”
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Campground
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National Park
“great park with nice trails and some stunning views , its probably the most ideal spot on the island for watching the sunset. ”
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Park
“Elk Lake is where our. national rowing team and UVIC rowing team train out of. There are two lakes here, Elk Lake and Beaver lake, with separate parking at each. There is a walking trail about 10km long that goes around the lakes. Water is warm in summer and good for swimming, with the most popular spot being "Hamsterly" beach at Elk Lake.”
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Park
“The trails on the east side of the mountain are wide and well-kept. Very good viewpoints are found on the east and west sides of the summit. Good for a day hike. A 10-minute drive to the north from the B&B.”
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Park
“A beautiful if not magical park of Salt Spring - many walking trails to different beaches and all around. ”
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Park
“Views of Saltspring Island. A perfect panoramic view. Haven't eaten here, but my guess is that it has a high end menu. I wouldn't hesitate to have a nice lunch or dinner here.”
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Park
“An incredibly beautiful hike overlooking Tod Inlet. Bring along water and snacks and stop along the way at all the amazing lookout points. You can join this hike in a number of locations around Greater Victoria.”
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Campground
“Once you've visited the American Camp drive to the other side of the island and get the other part of the story. This is a great place to do some light hiking and learn some of the islands history.”
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Park
“Unique opportunity to experience some old growth forest close by. The view from Pickles bluff can not be beat. ”
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Nature Preserve
“If you have never been walewatching Sidney is a great place to do it from. Loads of fun. Very occasionally we see orcas from the property (eight times in the past 22 months) so if you don’t like those odds go for the whalewatching tour! :-)”
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Park
“Park, Beach and hiking trail. Great for families. Best swimming beach. hint: go a little further south for less crowds and less rocks. Can access "boat launch" beach by going down 67th street and turning left until you hit the beach. Parking is sparse though. ”
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