Wayne Rock Park




Wayne Road Park is in the District of Metchosin, a coastal community in the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. This small park is composed of narrow strip of land with a rough trail that leads down to the Galloping Goose Trail and toward Matheson Lake Regional Park. The rock that forms the name sake of the park is partially overgrown with mosses and lichen. The forest was logged in the early nineteen hundreds and the trail was original a skid trail. The pathway fords to Wildwood Creek; this creek flows into Pedder Bay of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Pacific Ocean. Matheson Lake Regional Park, Bob Mountain Park, Buckbrush Swamp Park, Metchosin Wilderness Park, Montreul Hill, the Galloping Goose Trail – Metchosin and Eleanor Mann Park are nearby.

Geographical location             N48º 22’ 3” W123º 35’ 10”

Wayne Road Park can be reached from Highway 1 when you exit at the Millstream /Veteran Memorial Parkway exit. Head south along the Veteran Memorial Parkway to reach Latoria Road. Turn right onto Latoria Road and continue along to reach Happy Valley Road. Turn left onto Happy Valley Road and then right onto Rocky Point Road. Continue along Rocky Point Road to reach Liberty Drive. Turn right onto Liberty Drive and continue to Woodley Gyhll Drive. The trail marker is between homes 5125 and 5085. There is limited parking along the roadside.


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