Beacon Hill Park is located along the south shore of Victoria and the Juan de Fuca Strait. It has been a park belonging to the city of Victoria since 1882. A trust was then established for the 62-acre (24.8-hectare) site.
November 8, 2020
Lovely walking paths, a play park for children, petting zoo, peacocks and ponds filled with hungry ducks. Finish off your visit to Beacon Hill Park with a soft serve ice cream from the Beacon Drive In
August 7, 2020
This massive and exquisite park offers a place to relax and enjoy the more peaceful side of Victoria. With multiple ponds to watch the birds, ducks and turtles at play, playgrounds, an amphitheater that has plays and movies on certain nights, a petting zoo, and paths to bike on, this park offers…
July 12, 2019
Victoria landmark, in spring and summer they have baby goats in the petting zoo. A great scenic park walk .
October 22, 2020
Beacon hill park is full of life and lush nature. Uncover some hidden gems such as "the moss lady", as you dive deeper into the park.
September 24, 2020
Wonderful huge park situated on the edge of downtown Victoria surrounded by the funky historic neighbourhood of James Bay with many fine restaurants, pubs and more and on the other side of the park boarded by Cook St. village more yet more restaurants, bakery, pub and a fabulous walkable…
July 15, 2019
With over 200 acres of park land, Beacon Hill Park is the crowning jewel in Victoria's park system. There are natural areas, manicured flower beds, petting zoo, footpaths and many sports and play features for the whole family to enjoy.
August 7, 2019
A beautiful park, with a petting zoo, two kids areas, overlooking Dallas Drive and the Juan de Fuca strait, mile zero for the trans Canada highway, a rose garden, lots of ducks and music at the Cameron band stand
October 19, 2020
Nice place to see huge trees, beautiful peacocks, a blue heron rookery and Ocean views!
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