Parks, Trails, Places to Visit in and around Sidney.

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Best Parks, Trails, Islands and Places in Sidney, BC, Canada

spit
Sidney Spit of the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is a long sand bar and marine park measuring over 223 hectares (551 acres) of foreshore and over 177 hectares (437 acres) of upland landscape highlighted by a seamlessly endless white sandy beach.
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elklake
The highlights of the park include the two recreation lakes, the multi-use trail network, sandy beaches and the natural scenery.The activities most enjoyed in the Elk / Beaver Lake Regional Park include hiking, biking, horseback riding, swimming, fishing.
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colesbay
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.
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horth
Horth Hill Regional Park is located in North Saanich popular for hiking, sightseeing, picnicking and horseback riding.
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kingpark
Francis/King Regional Park is a 107.33 hectares nature and activity park located in the community of Saanich, BC north of Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada.
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mtbaker
Island View Beach Regional Park is located on the eastern coastline of the Saanich Peninsula in Sidney, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada. The beach park is popular for beachcombing, picnicking, birdwatching and swimming.
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