Victoria Bed & Breakfast – Gazebo B&B Inn, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
British Columbia provincial parks and Victoria beaches
BC Parks and Victoria beaches abound nearby: British Columbia provincial parks guide for Vancouver Island
Our municipality, Saanich, has 80km (50 miles) of local trails: the Centennial Trails. There are many local parks - see this handy municipal page if you seek certain facilities/criteria: Saanich parks (there are over 160 parks in Saanich alone).
View a pleasant walk starting at our bed and breakfast passing alongside Elk Lake.
Galloping Goose Trail Travel for nearly 60 kilometres on the Galloping Goose Trail. You can cycle, walk, or ride a horse along this former rail line from the Selkirk Trestle downtown to Leechtown, the abandonned gold mining town north of Sooke.
Gowlland Tod Provincial Park
Elk/Beaver Lake offers the greatest diversity of year-round water and land-based activities in Victoria. It is within walking distance of Gazebo Bed and Breakfast.
Witty's Lagoon - a creek, waterfall, lagoon, beach and rocky shore draw you into an ecosystem rich with coastal plants and animals. An hour's drive west of the city. (Below, left.)
French Beach Provincial Park. A sand and gravel beach provides a good site for whale watching in the spring or enjoying interesting walks through second-growth forest. North of Sooke.
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Victoria's Country Retreat ... serenity near the Butchart Gardens
BC parks and Victoria beaches page