Ludlow Road Park is in the seaside community of Sooke, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. This nine and half hectare parkland borders on the Sea to Sea Regional Park. Located in the Saseenos neighborhood, Ludlow Park is a nature park that is relatively inaccessible. It protects a small section of the Ayum Creek ravine and riparian areas. Ayum Creek hosts the commercial harvested coho and chum salmon as well as their prey organisms. The park land forest is a second growth forest of hemlock, cedar and fir trees as the land was selectively harvested in the early nineteen hundreds.
Geographical location N48º 24’ 02” W123º 39’ 22”
Ludlow Road Park can be reached from the Trans-Canada Highway. Take the Langford Parkway exit and follow along to reach Sooke Road (Hwy 14). Follow Sooke Road and as the road descends around the Sooke Basin turn right onto Ludlow Road. The Galloping Goose Trail – Sooke crosses Ludlow Road within a few meters. Continue along Ludlow Road to reach Gladys Road. The trail access is mapped on the CRD atlas to be between homes 2048 and 2042. The trailhead is near the end of Allman Place where both Ludlow Road Park and Allman Park can be accessed. There is a limited parking near this parkland. This is about a forty minute drive from Victoria. There is a city bus stop near Ludlow Road on Sooke Road.