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Goldstream Provincial Park, Langford
Categories: Nature & Parks
Explore the diverse scenery of Goldstream Provincial Park, with plenty of hiking trails leading all the way to the top of Mt. Finlayson. Admire the towering Douglas firs and western red cedars (some up to 600 years old), and check out the abandoned gold mine--testament to the 19th-century gold rush here. If visiting in fall, you have the chance to witness an annual spectacle of salmon pushing through the stream, and a huge gathering of bald eagles feasting on the leftovers. Stop by the visitor's center for travel information, a gift shop, and viewing platform, plus some snacks and beverages. Plan your Goldstream Provincial Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Langford using our Langford family vacation planner.
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We often stop by this park when going up or down Island. Lots of things to do, but mostly just walk with nature.
Spent a few hours hiking on the trails at Goldstream Provincial Park. Took the relaxing hike to the Goldstream Falls which are stunning and secluded. While we did not camp here on this particular trip... read more »
Have been to the park many times and never get tired of the beautiful sights and being outdoors enjoying nature at it's best. The salmon run is spectacular and very popular with tourists and locals al... read more »
Wow..Get ready to have your Mind Blown by this park. It's so large and so clean. The staff is outstanding. They even deliver fire wood to your campsite, so you dont' need to buy it when you enter the park. There are large playgrounds for the kids and even a little bike skills course. The showers are outstanding and the campsites are all flat. There are running and hiking trails right from the camp site also. A great place to call home for a few nights or one. We'll be back.
3rd time we've camped at Goldstream. The park is so beautiful with tall cedars and lush ground cover. It's always clean and quiet. The camp sites are large and easy to back a trailer into.
The campgrounds are nice and we had a great stay. But I was disappoint that they sold us wet firewood. We paid $18 for wood that wouldn't light. If it's wet, please don't sell it to your customers. And I wish they had plumbing for their washrooms, I don't like out houses.
Wonderful hiking... challenge yourself on Mount Finlayson or try the Goldminer's trail
Nice. Great waterfall. Great playground. Nice amphitheater. Plain and simple sites.
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