Resthaven Park


Resthaven Park is in Sidney, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. Resthaven Park overlooks the waters the host the Fisheries’ Wharf and Marina in All Bay and contains some beautiful plant displays, grass covered knolls, and rock walls. The area is frequently used for picnics and by pet owners.  The play equipment includes toddler swings and a fenced area with an elaborate playset designed by Impland with a slide, elevated bridge and climbing bars.  There is a tennis court near the townhouses on the northwestern end of the park. Benches are available along the asphalt walkways in the park as well as several picnic tables.  The walkway starts near the wharf parking area follows the muddy shoreline of Shoal Bay in Tseham Harbor, part of the Haro Strait and the Salish Sea. The pathway continues around Resthaven Island part of Resthaven Linear Park.  Another interesting area to explore is the beach accesses off Armstrong Point.


Geographical Position N48º 39″ 57″ W123º 24′ 38″


Resthaven Park can be reached from the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 1). Access the Pat Bay Highway (Hwy 17) to head north along Saanich Peninsula.  Turn at the MacDonald Park Road exit and follow the road to the four way stop. Turn right onto Resthaven Drive. Resthaven Park is on the left as the road curves past the playground. Park your car in the public parking off Resthaven Drive, near the tennis courts. There is a parking lot that is part of the Fisheries’ Wharf parking which is restricted yet there is parking along Resthaven Drive.  The public bus travels along Resthaven Drive.

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