Esquimalt Parks British Columbia

Macaulay Point Park - Esquimalt Parks BC
Macaulay Point Park – Esquimalt Parks BC

Esquimalt Parks in British Columbia are varied and unique.

There are over 30 parks and green spaces in the township of Esquimalt, British Columbia.

Some are large open spaces, with scenic, expansive views of water. Other parks consist of hills and rocks you climb on with paths to reach amazing views of the neighbourhood and beyond.

Some parks are smaller, quaint neighborhood meeting places where everyone seems to know everyone else.

One thing you can be sure of, there are plenty of parks to walk to wherever you are located within Esquimalt.

Posted Notices and signage

When visiting Esquimalt Parks in BC, it is extremely important that you adhere to all posted notices and signage. There are unique ecosystems contained in many green spaces and parks, so there are areas you will not be able to access.

It’s also important to note that even where notices aren’t posted, climbing on rocks can be hazardous, especially (but not limited to) after a rain, which happens fairly often in Esquimalt, or after high tide when the rocks are wet.

Appropriate footwear while visiting parks

Your footwear is very important. Choose something comfortable, supportive and flexible (hiking boots or running shoes with good tread) so you can have a safe and fun experience. In our opinion, flip flops and/or sandals are not a wise decision when exploring varied landscapes in Esquimalt parks. On our walks we do see rescue attempts from authorities at times when someone has misjudged the severity of the landscape.

If you have a dog, and are wondering whether or not your dog is allowed (with or without leash) or allowed at all, click here.

Here’s our list of Esquimalt BC Parks and green spaces (in alphabetical order for ease of reference):

If you’re out and about and find any not listed here, please send us a note so we can add it to the list!

Anderson Park

This park is located at 835 Colville Rd, Esquimalt (Colville Road at Carrie Street).
It’s a .4 hectare park located across the street from Esquimalt High School.

Anderson Park Esquimalt BC Parks with Community Gardens in background
Anderson Park Esquimalt BC Parks with Community Gardens in background
Esquimalt BC Parks Anderson Park, skateboard area and small playground in distance.
Esquimalt BC Parks Anderson Park, skateboard area and small playground in distance.

Anderson Park includes a small playground with swings, benches, picnic tables and a green space.

In addition, the Township of Esquimalt has partnered with the Esquimalt Community Garden Society and this park contains 34 garden plots. If you are a member of the community and are interested in a plot in this garden, you can apply at the Township of Esquimalt . There is a fee, and it’s possible there may be no availability at the time of your application, in which case you may request to be placed on a wait list. For visitors, it’s a lovely park to sit, relax and enjoy the gardens and greenery.

There is a small skate park on this site as well.

Arm Street Promenade (viewpoint)

This .5 hectare park is accessible on foot from Selkirk Avenue at the end of Arm Street, off Craigflower (behind Sunset Lodge).

Looking at sunset over the Gorge Waterway
Looking at sunset over the Gorge Waterway
Arm Street Park signage
Arm Street Park signage
Showing the walkway and stairs at Arm Street Promenade
Showing the walkway and stairs at Arm Street Promenade
Beautiful views of the Gorge Waterway
Beautiful views of the Gorge Waterway
There are a few benches to sit on and relax
There are a few benches to sit on and relax

There are a combination of stairs and ramps with benches to sit on, offering views of the Gorge Waterway. This is a lovely spot to relax and look out over the water. It’s peaceful and serene.

Barnard Park

This park is located at the end of Barnard Avenue, off Esquimalt Road.

Barnard Park in the autumn
Barnard Park in the autumn
Fortunate to see a a deer in this Esquimalt BC park while visiting
Fortunate to see a a deer in this Esquimalt BC park while visiting
Playground at Barnard Park
Playground at Barnard Park

Technically, this park is mostly located in Victoria West, however a small part of it (about 500 square meters) is in Esquimalt, so we’re including it here.

We often walk through Barnard Park to access Westsong Walkway. There is ramped access to the Walkway through the East and West sides of the park.

This is a beautiful park, with a playground, tennis courts, walkway, and benches to sit and relax. There are picnic tables to sit and have lunch while enjoying lovely views of the ocean and harbour.

It’s a fairly active park, where you can at times see deer. The swings/ playground is also popular with those passing through. I’ve heard parents promising their children that after a walk, they can come back and play on the swings.

Bullen Park

This park is located at 527 Fraser St, Esquimalt and is approximately 2 hectares.

Esquimalt BC Parks Bullen Park
Esquimalt BC Parks Bullen Park
Esquimalt BC Parks Bullen Park open field
Esquimalt BC Parks Bullen Park open field

Bullen Park has been the site in the community for many annual and ongoing events. This has sports fields used for a number of organized sporting events such as softball, soccer and rugby. Historically it has also been the site for other annual events such as Ribfest and Buccaneer Days which you can read about on our Top 14 Things to Do in Esquimalt BC post.

Bullen Park Esquimalt BC Parks Bleachers and building
Bullen Park Esquimalt BC Parks

Captain Jacobsen Park

This park is located at 525 Head St #487, Esquimalt

Esquimalt BC Parks - Captain Jacobsen Park in the morning
Esquimalt BC Parks – Captain Jacobsen Park in the morning
Captain Jacobsen Park often attracts swans like this one due to the calmness in the marina.
Captain Jacobsen Park often attracts swans like this one due to the calmness in the marina.

Captain Jacobson Park offers a lovely stroll down a pathway to benches where you can sit and enjoy the marina and if you’re lucky see a swan or two. From here, there’s an “informal” path which will take you up and around to the West Bay marina, where you can find the Harbour Water Taxi to take you to Victoria if you wish. See our Top 14 Things to Do in Esquimalt guide for more information.

Beautiful morning at Captain Jacobsen Park in Esquimalt BC Parks
Beautiful morning at Captain Jacobsen Park in Esquimalt BC Parks
View of the marina from Captain Jacobson Park
View of the marina from Captain Jacobson Park

Colville Park

The park is found on the corner of Colville and Admirals roads. 

It is a small .03 hectare park which offers mature trees and shrubs for shade on a warm day.

Denniston Park (viewpoint)

This park is located at  430 Grafton St, Esquimalt. We would say this is more of a “viewpoint” rather than a park. There are picnic tables to sit and relax at, however there aren’t any playgrounds, nor is there space for activities.

Denniston Park Viewpoint
Denniston Park Viewpoint
Esquimalt BC Parks - Denniston Park
Esquimalt BC Parks – Denniston Park

It’s a lovely place to sit, relax and view the ocean.

Esquimalt Adventure Water Park

This park is located at 527 Fraser Street, Esquimalt, next to the Esquimalt Recreation Centre.

Esquimalt Adventure Park Sign/ Entrance
Esquimalt Adventure Park Sign/ Entrance
Esquimalt Adventure Park Rules and Regulations signage
Esquimalt Adventure Park Rules and Regulations signage

There is a water park and a play park next to it designed for children and families. It’s a fun spot to enjoy summer when the temperature is warm. The children will get soaked in the water park! We recommend you bring a towel and change of clothing. There are change rooms/ bathrooms on site.

Esquimalt Parks - Water park
Esquimalt Parks – Water park
Esquimalt Adventure water Park
Water Park at Esquimalt Adventure Park

There is a space on the inner part of the fenced area which includes tables and benches for parents and families to sit while enjoying the park. There’s also a small green area intended for blankets to sit on for picnics.

"HealthBeat" activities - signage
“HealthBeat” activities – signage
Activity at Esquimalt Adventure Park (for teens)
Activity at Esquimalt Adventure Park (for teens)
Esquimalt Adventure Play Park
Esquimalt Adventure Play Park

Esquimalt Gorge Park

The Esquimalt Gorge Park is accessible from either Tillicum Road entrance or from Sioux Place near the playground. There’s a parking lot at Tillicum, and limited street parking around Sioux Place. If walking on the South side of Tillicum Road, you’ll take the curve under the bridge and follow the path.

One of the entrances to Gorge Park - Esquimalt BC Parks
One of the entrances to Gorge Park – Esquimalt BC Parks
Entrance to George Park off Tillicum Road
Entrance to George Park off Tillicum Road
Tillicum Narrows is under this bridge (best place to safely watch Reversing Rapids)
Tillicum Narrows is under this bridge (best place to safely watch Reversing Rapids)

Gorge Park is approximately 11.65 hectares with walkways, benches, tables and a playground. Situated within Gorge Park is the Gorge Waterway Nature House, definitely worth a visit if it’s open when you’re visiting the park.

Multi-Purpose Building – new addition coming soon

There are some improvements and additions currently underway at Gorge Park, including, as part of the McLoughlin Amenity Funding, the construction of a new community Multi Purpose Building.

New multi-purpose building - under construction
New multi-purpose building – under construction
Plan for the new multi-purpose building - signage
Plan for the new multi-purpose building – signage

Japanese Gardens

The original Japanese garden and tea house was founded by Hayato Takata and Yoshitaro Kishida in 1907. It was designed by Isaburo Kishida, who was Yoshitaro’s father. Unfortunately, in 1941 when Canadian citizens of Japanese ancestry were sent to internment camps, much of the gardens were destroyed.

The Japanese Gardens at Gorge Park, North America’s first, have begun to be restored over the past many years by the Township.

Japanese Gardens - Gorge Park
Japanese Gardens – Gorge Park
Pathway close to Japanese Gardens at Gorge Park

So far, the Township of Esquimalt has refurbished the garden’s ornamental stream with a traditional Japanese bridge over top of it. The installation of a traditional Japanese entry gate was also completed in 2009. In the near future, there will be a cherry tree forest planted on the site, which will be made up of Akebono cherry trees, weeping Japanese maples, Japanese maple and black pine.

There was a ceremonial planting which occurred in October, 2021 with the Takada family and Mayor, plus some council members in attendance.

Gorge Park walkway along water
Gorge Park walkway along water
Gorge Park walkway towards the bridge
Gorge Park walkway towards the bridge

There are some exciting developments occurring in Esquimalt Gorge Park over the next several months, and we look forward to celebrating community while attempting to honor and restore some of the rich and diverse history of Esquimalt.

Reversing Rapids/Falls at Tillicum Narrows

The Reversing Rapids/Falls at Tillicum Narrows are worth seeing if you’re visiting Gorge Park. You can read more about this in our Top 14 Things to do in Esquimalt BC post. You might get super lucky with your timing if you just happen to pass by the bridge at the right time.

Or, with a little groundwork and forethought, you can plan to see this unique phenomenon. You may choose to include the Gorge Tour on Water Taxi if you wish to view this from the water. You can also view the Reversing Falls from Gorge Park at the bridge location, as you enter from Tillicum Road. However you choose to view this, check a tide schedule beforehand. In order to get the best view possible, you’re watching for the largest drop from high to low tide.

For example, we visited Gorge Park and the site of the Tillicum Narrows at approximately 4:10 p.m. on 15 January, 2022. If you review the schedule noted, you will see that this was during the drop from high to low tide (Ebb Flow). The first two pictures reflect that. The third picture was taken at 11:29 a.m. 12 August 2018, from the water on a Gorge Boat Tour.

We’ve added a couple pictures from our latest visit to show the Max Ebb at -8.50 knots on 27th of January, 2022 at 4:28 p.m. The sights and sounds as you stand and watch the reversing rapids are awesome to experience.

Reversing rapids at Gorge Park 27 Jan 2022
Reversing rapids at Gorge Park 27 Jan 2022
Gorge Park at the reversing rapids 27 Jan 2022
Gorge Park at the reversing rapids 27 Jan 2022
Reversing rapids at Tillicum Narrows - Gorge Park
Reversing rapids at Tillicum Narrows – Gorge Park
View of reversing rapids at Tillicum Narrows from the water (on Gorge Harbour tour) in 2018
View of reversing rapids at Tillicum Narrows from the water (on Gorge Harbour tour in 2018

Whatever you plan to do while visiting Gorge Park, you will enjoy the well maintained grounds, and strolling along the water.

Paul and Gail enjoying a walk at  Gorge Park January 2022
Paul and Gail enjoying a walk at Gorge Park January 2022
Gorge Park  - Esquimalt parks
Gorge Park – Esquimalt parks

Forshaw (viewpoint)

This area is accessible off Craigflower at Forshaw Road.

There is a ramp for canoe/kayak launch along with a bench to enjoy the views over the Gorge waterway and Saanich walkway.

There is however no parking spaces at this location, so it’s mostly utilized by local residents and pedestrians.

Foster (viewpoint)

Accessible from Lyall at the end of Foster Street.

This is a lovely spot to view the ocean, somewhat protected down below because of the rocks.

Foster (viewpoint) Esquimalt Parks BC
Foster (viewpoint) Esquimalt Parks BC

Highrock Park (also referred to as Cairn Park)

There are several access points to this park.
Foot paths from surrounding neighbourhoods lead into the park.

You can enter from Cairn Road off Old Esquimalt Road, Highrock Place off Rockheights Avenue, or from Matheson Avenue off Rockheights Avenue.

Highrock Park has also been referred to as Cairn Park, as there was a cairn built on the summit to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of the incorporation of the Township of Esquimalt.

Highrock Park entrance from Cairn Road
Highrock Park entrance from Cairn Road
Stairs leading out of park to Rockheights
Stairs leading out of park to Rockheights

High Rock Park is a 7.1 hectare park which features glaciated knolls, plus native plants such as sword ferns, blue camas. There are Gary Oaks, Arbutus and Douglas fir trees.

Trail leading through Highrock Park - Esquimalt Parks
Trail leading through Highrock Park – Esquimalt Parks
The Cairn at the top of Highrock Park
The Cairn at the top of Highrock Park
Another trail winding through Highrock Park
Another trail winding through Highrock Park

You will feel very close to nature in this park, and you also may enjoy bird watching, hiking or simply walking your dog.

Signage identifying some of the plant species in Highrock Park
Signage identifying some of the plant species in Highrock Park
Dog Park area at Highrock Park
Dog Park area at Highrock Park

Highrock Park is the highest point in Esquimalt, at 71 metres in elevation. From this viewpoint , you will have 360 degree views of the Capital Region District, downtown Victoria, the Sooke Hills as well as the Olympic Mountains on a clear day. The top of the Cairn has a ring with arrows identifying what you can see.

This is the highest point in Highrock Park, with expansive views.
This is the highest point in Highrock Park, with expansive views.

Hither Green

This offers a small green space, located on Bewdley Avenue off Lampson Street.

Ken Hill Freeman Park

This park can be accessed off Lyall and Grafton Streets.

We often stop by this park on our walk along Lyall Street towards the base. It has a pergola with a picnic bench underneath to allow for a pleasant rest while out walking.

Ken Hill Freeman Park in Esquimalt
Ken Hill Freeman Park in Esquimalt
Ken Hill Freeman Park
Ken Hill Freeman Park

Kinver Greenspace

At the end of Kinver Street, off Munro. You can launch your kayak or canoe from here, and at low tide, you may even be able to walk to nearby Fleming Beach.

Kinver Ramp to water - Esquimalt Parks
Kinver Ramp to water – Esquimalt Parks
Kinver greenspace with benches to relax
Kinver greenspace with benches to relax
View from Kinver greenspace
View from Kinver greenspace
View of a gorgeous sunset from Kinver greenspace Dec 2021
View of a gorgeous sunset from Kinver greenspace Dec 2021

Lampson Park

This sports field and park is located  off Lampson Street , by the intersection of Lampson and Colville. The Park currently contains two baseball diamonds, washrooms, playground with picnic tables and benches, so you might enjoy having lunch here while the children play.

Lampson Park sign - Esquimalt Parks
Lampson Park sign – Esquimalt Parks
Lampson Park and sportsfield
Lampson Park and sportsfield

Lugrin Place

Lugrin Place is located off Lockley Rd and Lugrin Place. This park serves as a small neighborhood playground.

Lugrin Place play park
Lugrin Place play park

Macaulay Point Park & Fleming Beach / Buxton Green

Macaulay Point Park can be accessed either through Fleming Beach off Munro Street, or via Clifton Terrace. There is parking at Fleming Beach entrance, though you will be sharing this lot with the Esquimalt Anglers Association, and it can get very busy. Be respectful of residents if parking on the residential streets nearby.

Buxton Green is also accessible from this entrance.

Buxton Green

 This is a one hectare green and includes a walkway next to Fleming Beach. The walkway rises to a viewpoint.

To relax and enjoy the views and while watching marine traffic, there are picnic tables and benches on the green.  Another great spot to have a picnic lunch!

Buxton Green – Esquimalt Parks BC
Buxton Green plaque

Fleming Beach and Boat Ramp

This is a .9 hectare site which includes trees, shrubs and perennials, plus a small sandy beach. Rock faces and cliffs form part of this park.

This is home to the Esquimalt Anglers Association who developed the boat ramp, club house and boat launch still existing there today.

Fleming Beach entrance and parking lot
Fleming Beach plaque

There are two boat ramps available to assist during busy periods.

Two docks for launching boats
Esquimalt Anglers boat launch
Esquimalt Anglers Club House

You can often see rock climbers utilizing the steep rocks here.

Walkway with rock face on one side, water on the other

Macaulay Point Park

This is a 7.6 hectare park and is popular with birdwatchers, hikers and dog walkers. 

This park contains rare and endangered plant species which are protected under Canada’s Species At Risk Act. Accordingly, visitors are required to stay on designated paths to help protect this fragile area.  Owners must also ensure their dogs stay on noted paths and not wander onto these protected areas.

Macaulay Point Park signage entry at Clifton Terrace
Buxton Green and Macaulay Pt signage for entry off Munro Street

Walking along the breakwater can offer lovely views of the ocean. Paul enjoys this walk on stormy days, when the water is more active, but Gail prefers walking on the breakwater on sunny and calm days.

Pathway through Macaulay Point Park
Breakwater at Macaulay Point Park

As you walk through the park, in addition to the many trails and impressive views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, you will find information and reference to Fort Macaulay. This is a coastal defence fortress built in 1895 by the Royal Engineers. Many of the original buildings and structures on the site remain largely intact. 

Welcome to Historic Fort Macaulay sign
One of the information signs at Fort Macaulay
Historic building at Fort Macaulay
Historic building at Fort Macaulay
View at Fort Macaulay

Bunkers, lookouts and defensive berms provide a historical account of this unique place. As you walk through, take time to read the informative signage which provides amazing details so you may better understand the history of this park.

Trails through Macaulay Point Park
Fort Macaulay

Before colonization, Macaulay Point Park was called Mukwuks, and the park lies on the traditional unceded territory of the Lekwungen First Nations. 

Please note; much of the text below is taken from the information signage on site, so as to ensure accuracy of information here.

An important new addition at Macaulay Point Park

Kinship

The “Kinship” display was created by Esquimalt Nation artist Darlene Gait. Material used is said to have healing properties, and this piece was designed at a time in our world when healing is a priority. Esquimalt First Nation is represented by the wolf. For generations, the wolf and the raven have worked together to ensure a successful hunt, representing the power of unity.

“Kinship” display with Paul behind
“Kinship” artwork display designed by artist Darlene Gait

Looking at the ocean through this piece at various times of the day and through different types of weather, allows for an absolutely stunning and unique view!

Stunning view of the ocean from Macauley Point Park with new artwork

The Bench

The bench was created by Dylan Thomas, a Coast Salish artist, and is to honour the long lineage of the Xwsepsum (Esquimalt Nation) Chiefs and leaders of the past, present and future, and to symbolize the important history and knowledge they carry into the future.

Pathway at Macaulay Point leading to installation of new artwork
Pathway at Macaulay Point Park leading to installation of new artwork
The Bench by Dylan Thomas

The Pacific Peace House Post

Included is the installation is the Pacific Peace House Post. This is a symbolic house post carved by local Lekwungen and Solomon Islands carvers Bradley Dick and Ake Lianga.

The Pacific Peace House Post overlooks the waters at Macaulay Point and stands as a symbol of peace and connection between Pacific peoples. 

Pacific Peace House Post Macaulay Point Park
Signage to provide details on new artwork display

Matson Conservation area

This area is located along the Westsong Walkway, close to the WestBay Marina.

The 2.4 acre property in Esquimalt contains the harbour’s last area of rare and endangered Garry oak ecosystems. The property has more than a hundred oak trees – some of them centuries old. This area is not to be trampled on by you or your dog, and entry is prohibited to the general public, except by way of the elevated staircase. The staircase is six stories tall, and provides a unique view passing through the Matson lands.

Also, if you’re careful, quiet and watchful, you might even see Blue herons, Bewick’s wren, downy woodpeckers, hummingbirds, purple martin swallows or even deer or racoons.

This is also a favorite work out space for many fitness conscious individuals. The staircase can get busy, so please be respectful of others passing up or down.

H.A.T. Matson Conservation Area signage
Elevated staircase over the Matson Lands
Two deer in the Matson Conservation area

McNaughton (viewpoint)

This is located at the end of McNaughton Street, off Tillicum Road

This area is a lovely place to sit and enjoy the views of the Gorge waterway.

McNaughton ramp to viewpoint
McNaughton viewpoint

Benches at McNaughton viewpoint to sit and relax

Memorial Park

This park is located at 1200 Esquimalt Rd.

This .9 hectare park was designated a Heritage Site in 1995.

It was established in 1924 to commemorate Canadian soldiers killed in World War 1. 

You will see the cenotaph and guns, the rock and mortar gate posts along Esquimalt Road.  As you walk through the park, you will see memorials throughout. There are also mature and large trees lining the walkways with benches and tables to relax in the shade.

Entrance to Memorial Park Esquimalt Parks
Walkway through Memorial Park

There is a small playground in this park in one of the corners for the children to enjoy.

Small playground at Memorial Park
Memorial Park – Esquimalt Parks

Rembrance Day ceremonies are held annually at the Cenotaph.

Memorial Park Cenotaph
Memorial Park “Sailors’ Walk”

Nelson (viewpoint)

This viewpoint is accessible at the end of Nelson off Lyall Street.

There’s a staircase down to a quiet seating area and the views are beautiful.

Nelson Street viewpoint – Esquimalt Parks
View from Nelson Street

Paradise Park

This park is located at 540 Paradise St, Esquimalt.

This is a small community play park with a picnic table in the back, and also a bench at the entrance to the park.

Paradise Play Park – Esquimalt Parks

Phil Ross Park

Phil Ross Park is accessible by foot from Old Esquimalt Road or Fernhill Road.

The path actually connects these two areas.

It’s a .2 hectare open space providing a winding path through a mature grove of Garry oak and fir trees. There are a couple of benches to rest and enjoy the terrain.

Phil Ross Park – Esquimalt Parks
Phil Ross Park – walkway

Propeller Park

This park is found on the corner of Canteen and Esquimalt roads. 

The park includes a variety of interesting trees, including Lawson cypress.

Propeller Park Esquimalt Parks
Propeller Park Esquimalt Parks

Rockcrest Park

Rockcrest is accessible by foot from Rockcrest Place or Highrock Avenue.

This 1 hectare park is the smallest natural area in Esquimalt.

Saxe Point Park

Saxe Point can be accessed at the end of Fraser Street. There are also foot paths off Munro and Bewdley streets. 

This park consists of 7.5 hectares.

Saxe Point Park entrance for vehicles
Saxe Point Park – Esquimalt Parks

While walking through the many trails in this park you will enjoy spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca. We’ve seen some amazing sunsets while at Saxe Point Park.

Pathways at Saxe Point Park
Saxe Point Park – parking lot

There are plenty of park and picnic benches to sit and visit with others, have a picnic lunch or simply enjoy the views. Also, we have a favorite bench and if you visit often enough, our guess is you will too!

Trails at Saxe Point Park
Benches, tables and green spaces at Saxe Point Park

The Wedding area

There are often weddings occurring at this park in the spring and summer months. A wonderful option for those planning to get married. There’s a beautiful treed and green area, with a fantastic backdrop for pictures. You’ll also have onlookers passing by (not too closely) to share your big day!

You would need to book the space in advance by contacting the Township of Esquimalt directly.

Saxe Point Park signage for wedding area
Saxe Point Park Wedding area

You will enjoy the beautifully landscaped gardens throughout Saxe Point Park.

Directory and map for Saxe Point Park
Bathrooms at Saxe Point Park

There are washrooms and a directory/map which will show you the many different areas you can visit while your there.

Gail relaxing on a park bench at Saxe Point Park in December, 2021
Paul relaxing on a park bench at Saxe Point Park in December 2021

Pebbled Beach

There is a pebbled beach area where people often take their dogs. It’s a bit sheltered down there so a good place to get out of the wind as well.

Trail to beach area Saxe Point Park
Saxe Point Park viewpoint

Sturdee (viewpoint)

This viewpoint is located at the end of Sturdee off Lyall Street.

This is a lovely place to enjoy the rocks and ocean.

Sturdee Street viewpoint

Yarrow Park

Accessible off Craigflower onto Yarrow Place

This has a curved pathway with benches at this small park/beach area. This area could also be used to launch a canoe or kayak.

Wurtele Park

Wurtele Park is accessible by foot from Wurtele Place or Lockley Road.

No matter what google maps tells you, you cannot access this space directly from the E&N Trail!

Wurtele Park – Esquimalt Parks
Wurtele Park – Esquimalt Parks

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