Sooke BC
Parks of Sooke, British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver Island Sooke Recreation

Fishing

Fishing, Sailing, Whale Watching and Marine Adventures

The Sooke area is world famous for its marine ecology. Nestled in protective waters it is a diving wonderland, and sports fishers come to enjoy the natural beauty of the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

>Marine info

Galloping Goose Trail

SEAPARC Pool & Arena

The Sooke Electoral Area Parks And Recreation Commission (SEAPARC) is actively involved providing recreational and leisure opportunities within the community. The combined pool and arena leisure complex is located at 2168 Phillips Road.

> Official SEAPARC Website

Horse Riding

HORSEBACK RIDING

The Galloping Goose Trail is riding friendly

skate park in sooke

Sooke SK8 Park

The skate park in Sooke is located in front of Journey Middle School on Throup Road.
It is an un-supervised playground for all ages for skateboarding, roller blading and wheel jumping

Tennis Court in sooke

Tennis

There are two public tennis courts in Sooke on Throup Road, just to the west of the ball fields

baseball diamond in Sooke

Sooke Ball Park

There are two ball parks on Throup Road, just across the street from Journey Middle School. This diamond faces east.

ball park on Throup Rd Sooke

Sooke Ball Park

There are two ball parks on Throup Road, just across the street from Journey Middle School. This diamond faces south-west

Otter Point Road changes into Murray Road at the streetlight at Sooke Road and Otter Point Rd.

Down Murray Road there is a parking lot to access the waterfront trail to Ed Macgregor Park --> More info

Harbour Park in winter

Ed Macgregor Park

Formally known as "Harbour Park", this park on West Coast Road is connected by a waterfront trail to Murray Road

-->More info on Parks

Logging Sports

The art of logging sports is alive and well in Sooke, BC.
When the Sooke Community Association announced that the famous All Sooke Day Logging Sports event would not be held anymore, there was an outcry from the community.

Events in Sooke: Canada Day July 1. -->More info

Government Wharf

Government Wharf

The wharf is at the foot of Maple Rd, just past the streetlight where Sooke Road turns into West Coast Road. Many people fish and crab from the wharf. Boat moorage can also be obtained.

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