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EAST SOOKE REGIONAL PARK & AYLARD FARM
Coast Trail, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC

Wide open sunny fields and sandy beachs. East Sooke Park is one of the
largest regional parks on southern Vancouver Island. Close to Victoria
the park offers causal beach picnicking to some serious hiking trails.

East Sooke Regional Park, Sooke, BC
Day use park, No camping - East Sooke Regional Park
Coast Trail, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC
Coast Trail East Sooke Regional Park
Cabin Point, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BCCabin Point, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC
Though the trails are well marked and maintained, take precautions,
wear appropriate footwear and leave a trip plan with a friend. A cell phone
and a map printed out from the official CDR parks website is a good idea.
Cabin Point, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC
Beechy Head - Heading south from Cabin Point - East Sooke Park
Coast Trail, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC
Aylard Farm Trail to Parking Lot from Beechey Head about 20 mintues.
Babbington Hill, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BCBabbington Hill, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC
Babbington Hill, East Sooke Regional Park, Elevation 750 feet.
Babbington Hill, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BCBabbington Hill, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC
For detailed maps and information about East Sooke Regional Park
visit the official CDR website
Pike Point, East Sooke Park, Sooke, BC
Take the 1A from Victoria onto the Old Island Hwy (14) turn left on
Metchosin Road, keep left of the Welcome to Metchosin sign. Turn Right
on Happy Valley Road at the Metchosin Cafe (the covered wagon) then
left onto Rocky Point Road. Continue on past Pedder Bay onto
East Sooke Road, turn left at Becher Bay Road.
East Sooke Regional Park, Sooke, BCEast Sooke Regional Park, Sooke, BC
East Sooke Regional Park Vancouver Island BC Canada