Le Quesne Park is in the Langford Lake area of Langford, B.C. This small waterfront park has a sign and a wooden arch that marks the gravel pathway. Strolling along the one hundred and thirty meter long pathway brings you to a twenty meter wide section of the lake shore. This area of the lake is rather muddy although the cottonwood and alder trees provide ample shade. Seasonally the park becomes part of the wetlands of Langford Lake as the outflow for the lake was once toward Colwood Creek and Glen Lake. The berm for the railway changed the drainage of the lake in the mid nineteen thirties. At the moment, dogs are allowed in this park in the winter months. Leigh Beach Park, Flute Lane Park, Langford Lake Park with Ed Nixon Trail, Goudy Park, Belmont Secondary School Green Space, Westhills Park, Irwin Park, Centennial Park, Spencer Middle School Green Space, Shelby Park, Glen Lake Park and City Center Park are nearby.
Geographic location N48° 26’39” W123°31’29”
Le Quesne 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 the arch way and sign between homes 2990 and 2998. There is limited roadside parking this area as well as a small overflow parking area for Leigh Beach Park. City buses travel along Goldstream Avenue and Langford Parkway.