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 Coles Bay Regional Park


Park Size: 3.6 hectare

Difficulty: Easy - Family
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Coles Bay Regional Park is a nature retreat destination located on the western side of the Saanich Peninsula near the community of Sidney, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada.  The cove park is popular for birding, swimming, sightseeing and picnicking.

Cole Bay is a 3.6 hectare park. It is a real gem for those looking for a peaceful location to escape too. There is a trail which follows a creek winding  through  a forest of cedar trees.  The trail leads to a quiet beach where people enjoy  beach combing. 

Coles Bay Regional Park in Saanich, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada


Coles Bay Regional Park
Inverness Road

How To Get ToColes Bay Regional Park

From Victoria take Pat Bay Highway to the West Saanich Road exit. Then turn left on Ardmore Drive & then left on Inverness Road, Continue to the park entrance.
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