Beacon Hill Park, Victoria

Categories: Neighborhoods, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web
Stroll on woodland and shoreline trails, or hop on a horse-drawn carriage and meander around the many ponds and landscaped gardens at Beacon Hill Park. The park is home to raccoons, squirrels, river otters, swans, turtles, ducks, and geese, but also to some notable manmade structures. See what was once the world's tallest totem pole carved by Kwakwaka'wakw artisan Mungo Martin in 1956, which is nearly 39 m (127 ft) high. Notice how each of the benches is dedicated to someone loved and dearly remembered. The park also features two playgrounds, a waterpark, playing fields, and tennis courts. Golf enthusiasts can try their putting skills on a putting green. Children will love the petting zoo, where they can touch baby goats. From June to September, visitors of all ages can enjoy concerts on the stage in the middle of the park. A visit to Beacon Hill Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Victoria tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Every time I travel to Victoria, I make time for a walk in Beacon Hill Park. You can really lose yourself there and forget that you are close to the hustle and bustle of downtown. There's something he...  read more »
  • I took an early morning walk in the drizzle, loved the big old trees, sweeping lawns, wild rocky area scraped by glaciers long ago. Surprised to see so many small, quiet, neat camps of apparently home...  read more »
  • Close to downtown walk. Features local flora and rocky glaciated terrain. Best taken in as an en route passage to somewhere else e.g. Mile 0 and the waterfront walk to Ogden Point. 
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