The 117 hectare (289 acre) park is described as a woodland, wilderness park highlighted by thick groves of cedar trees with fern covered, deadfall tree forest floors and a rough and rugged coastal shoreline.
Within the boundaries of the Roche Cove Regional Park is a 7+ kilometre (4.4 mi.) hiking trail which follows the banks of a small creek leading up to vistas with views overlooking the cove. It goes to say the highlight of the park is the meandering hiking trail exploring the woodland forests in the park.
The trail is, at times, challenging with some sections include some elevated hiking. The forest trail being under the cover of trees can at times be slippery and good foot wear chould be worn. Be aware of exposed tree roots and rocks on the trail as well as no one wants a sprained ankle. Some may be loose as well as slippery.
The trail is relatively well maintained and marked.
Roche Cove Park in Sooke BC, Canada!