Sooke BC
Community of Sooke, British Columbia, Canada
Ed Macgregor Park Sooke

Ed Macgregor Park - a park for all seasons!

Flag flying in Harbour Park

Officially opened on October 27, 2002 as Harbour Park, it was re-named after the first Mayor of the town, Ed Macgregor.
Ed Macgregor died in office March 28, 2003. "Mayor Ed" as he was fondly known, was instrumental in acquiring the waterfront park for the people of Sooke.

The park is located on in the 6700 block of West Coast Road (Sooke Road becomes West Coast Road past Otter Point Rd)

Sooke Harbour Macgreggor Park
Even with a light dusting of snow, the park is a pleasurable place to partake of the view! -->

Sun dial in Harbour Park
Summer: The park hosts numerous events throughout the seasons. It was the starting point for the Women in Tune Garden Tour '04, and is the location for the Art In the Park event in August every year.
snow in Sooke

click here fo Photos of Openening Ceremony
Below: Tile mosaic done by the students at Journey Middle School and sponsored by Village Food Markets. Harbour Park Mozaic
Sooke Park Harbor Trail

Sooke Harbour Trail

This park has a trail that goes along the waterfront, with benches to sit on.

The trail comes out on Murray Road where there is the dock that the Sooke Rotary Club built a pier. Parking is on corner of Murray Road and Horne Road. There are wooden steps to the beach from Murray Road. --> Back to more PARKS