Flute Lake Park is in the Langford Lake area of Langford, B.C. This small waterfront park is accessed from a small gravel parking area along Leigh Road. The gravel foot path to the water is about one hundred and thirty meters. Arbutus and Douglas fir trees are found in this park which is surrounded by private homes. A short section of chain-link wire fencing forms a barrier along the upper section of the park which is covered with grass. Seven rock covered concrete steps lead to the lower grass covered area along the shore. A short dock from the shoreline connects to the concrete wharf to provide access to deeper water. The beach is a small gravel and grass area about ten meters long. It would be possible to launch a personal water craft from the beach. At the moment, dogs are allowed in this park in the winter months. The Ed Nixon Trail, along Leigh Road, passes beside this park. Centennial Park, Spencer Middle School Green Space, Shelby Park, Le Quesne Park and City Center Park are nearby.
Geographic location N48° 26’53” W123°31’9”
Flute Lane Park can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway also called Hwy1. Turn at Leigh Road exit and continue along to turn right onto Goldstream Avenue. Continue on Leigh Road and look for a small parking area between and in front of homes 2866 and 2878. There is limited roadside parking this area. City buses travel along Goldstream Avenue.