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Top park recommendations from locals

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“Beacon Hill Park is home to what was once the world's tallest totem pole in the world, a 38.9 metre (128 foot) pole raised in 1956. Also home to the Beacon Hill Petting Zoo. This is a gorgeous park which also boarders on Mile Zero to the Trans Canada Highway. ”
  • 242 locals recommend
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“Visitors can see seals & other marine life along this quaint floating pier with food kiosks & shops.”
  • 112 locals recommend
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“Bright sunny beachside park. Dog, and walk friendly and often you will find people paragliding right above your head. Beautiful views of the Olympic mountains and the Trial Islands. Probably don't swim here though.”
  • 15 locals recommend
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“A little-known spot, visited only by locals. Up on an elevation for a view of the city and one of the largest Garry Oak meadows on Vancouver Island, which gives it a special, magical quality.”
  • 17 locals recommend
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“Follow the inner habour past Fisherman’s Wharf to Ogden Point. Walk along the Breakwater or continue onto Dallas Road.”
  • 10 locals recommend
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“Walk the path and find a stairway and meet the ocean. Stare at seagulls while they stare back. Walk along old sun-bleached driftwood and throw rocks into the surf. Now you are one of us. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
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  • 4 locals recommend
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“Topaz park is a great sports field. It has a really beautiful soccer turf and great baseball diamonds. There are a couple of sets of bathrooms on the centre fields and upper fields . There’s a kids playground and one of those self propelled workout areas that we popular a few years back. There is also a lacrosse box that also doubles as road hockey. Topaz park is a very well utilized park by almost every sport. There are also many tournaments and special events held here like the Highland games. A good thing to note is that upper topaz is sometimes referred to as Glasgow Park. Nobody calls it that but it can be on softball schedules as that.”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“Head to the Royal BC Museum grounds and explore the many totem poles at Thunderbird Park. Mostly carved by Gitxsan, Haida and Kwakwaka’wakw artists, these striking artefacts are deeply associated with native culture of the region. Of all thing things to do in Victoria, this is one of the most memorable—and quintessential.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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  • 3 locals recommend
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“We love this park! There is an amazing petting zoo that is open throughout the spring and summer months, as well as several large ponds where you can watch the ducks while sipping on coffee. There is a great park for children as well as a beautiful rose garden. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“lots of activites going on , outdoor musics sometimes , food carts, always worth a stop by to see whats going on”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Enjoy the views from this protected natural landscape in the heart of the city. This small park features unparalleled views of Victoria, Juan de Fuca Strait, the Olympic mountains and the Sooke Hills from the highest point of land (66m) on the south coast of Vancouver Island, and rocky knolls from which to appreciate them. It is also habitat for California quail, rare wildflowers and a stand of Garry oak trees. Gonzales Observatory, a weather station for 75 years and now a heritage building perches at the top of the hill.”
  • 1 local recommends
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  • 2 locals recommend