Pike Hill Park

Pike Hill Park is in the seaside community of the Highlands, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. Pike Hill Park is a natural forested hilly parkland of  just over three acres. The rough and relatively steep trail meanders to the summit at about 290 meters.  This park has the wonderful mossy covered slopes among the Douglas-fir trees. In the spring the slopes are dotted with lilies and camas. Gowlland-Tod Park is cross the road

Geographical location N48° 30’40” W123° 31′ 51″

Pike Hill Park can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway. Take the Millstream exit (Exit 14) off the Trans Canada Highway and remain on Millstream Road to Caleb Pike Road. Look for the sign indicating Gowlland-Tod Park or the Pike House. The Pike House is to the right on Caleb Pike Road and to reach Pike Hill Park turn left. The fire station is near this junction. This park is across the road from the parking lot on the curve of Caleb Pike Road. You will pass Twin Flower Park, with a wonderful swampland trail and the riding ring that borders along Highlands Park Terrace. Park in the same parking lot for Gowlland-Tod Provincial Park as there is limited road side parking.


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