Harris Green Park is in the city of Victoria, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. This wide meridian green space between Rudlin Street and Pandora Avenue is filled with grass covered slopes and a variety of trees. London plane, lodgepole pines and Garry oak trees are a few of the species found here. There are also numerous benches to enjoy the views of the neighborhood and to rest at from walking, hiking, running or bicycling in the city. Thomas Harris, in eighteen sixty-two, became the first mayor of the City of Victoria. A small granite stone memorializes the parkland of one the city’s freemasons.
Geographic coordinates N48° 25′ 40″ W123° 21′ 21″
Harris Green Park can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway. Continue along as the highway becomes Douglas Street. Turn east onto Johnson Street and turn left onto Vancouver Street continue one block past Pandora Avenue. The school lies between Pandora Avenue and Mason Street where there is some roadside parking. A city bus travels along Cook Street between downtown and Broadmead/Royal Oak in the Municipality of Saanich.
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