Sooke Bluffs Park

Sooke Bluffs Park is in the seaside community of Sooke, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. This park is on the ridge about 19 meters above the shoreline. A short rough gravel pathway with benches that leads to Eakin Park. There is plenty of salal and tall fir trees in this parkland. Once you reach Eakin Park use the stairs to access the cobble and stone beach. The rocky shore line is narrow along this section of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The view is across the Strait to the Olympic Mountains of the State of Washington in the United States. This is a great place to walk in your backyard.

Geographical location N48º 21’ 24”  W123º 44’ 39”

Sooke Bluffs 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 through Sooke to reach the West Coast Road. Continue along the West Coast Road to turn left onto the Whiffin Spit Road. Follow Whiffen Spit Road to reach Deerlope Road. Look for parking along Deerlope Road. After parking stroll along Deerlope Road and turn left onto Narissa Road then left onto Bethany Place. There is limited parking near the trail to Sooke Bluffs Park and as Bethany Place is a strata neighborhood, please park along Deerlope Road. City buses travel along the West Coast Road.


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  1. There is no parking allowed on Bethany Place as it is a privatelyowned Strata. A sign at the entrance to the park ndicates vehicles will be towed at owners expense. Nearest legal parking is on Deerlepe.

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