Sunriver Stormwater Pond and Trail Park is in the seaside community of Sooke, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. This is a linear park with a small manmade rock lined pond for water draining. During the rainy periods in this west coast parkland the pond collects the way from the surrounding subdivision as a method to slow water drainage along the roadways and other impervious surfaces. The walking trail is gravel and parallels the stormwater drainage from Sunriver Park to Phillips Road. The parkland has many tall Douglas fir, cedar and hemlock trees as well as several deciduous trees along the landscaped pathways. The trails connect to several other walkways and parkland including the Sunriver Nature Trail Park. There are split cedar fences near the playground area and at the corner of Sunriver Way with Phillip Road. Sunriver Trails are a good place to walk in your back yard.
Geographic location N48º 23’ 36” W123º 42’ 48”
Sunriver Stormwater Pond and Trail Park can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway. Take the Langford Parkway exit and follow along to reach Sooke Road (Hwy 14). Follow highway 14 to Phillips Road. Turn right onto Phillips Road and continue to Sunriver Way. Turn left onto Sunriver Way and look for the park on the right. There is parking along Sunriver Way near the tot park. City buses travel along Sooke Road and Phillip Road.