Gosper Green Space is in the seaside community of Esquimalt, one of thirteen communities in the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. This green space has a ten plum trees that surround a sloping grass covered area. The green space is in a quiet neighborhood near Kinsmen Gorge Park. The neighborhood was developed from the Gorge Park in nineteen fifty-six. Speculation on the history of this name leads to the mathematician, Bill, who deduced the gosper curve and is acknowledged as the original hacker and computer programmer (yet this did not occur until nineteen seventy-seven). Kinsmen Gorge Park is nearby.
Geographical Location 48º 26’ 51” 123º 24’ 29”
Gosper Green Space can be reached from the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy1) Exit onto Tillicum Road to head south. Turn right onto Gosper Crescent and look for the green space on the right. There is limited street parking. Buses travel along Craigflower and Tillicum roads.
Further information can be found in S.K. Robinson’s Equimalt Streets and Roads A History.