Beacon Hill Park

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Officially laid-out in 1882, Beacon Hill Park occupies a coveted stretch of 75 hectares (200 acres) along Victoria's waterfront. The park derives its name from the two masts placed on Beacon Hill that help mariners safely navigate into Victoria's inner bay. Manicured lawns, landscaped gardens and dense groves of trees seamlessly blend into one another at Beacon Hill Park, Victoria's treasured green space. Peacocks roam freely, while Blue Herons flit between trees and waterfowl congregate by the lake. Complete with a petting zoo, putting greens, sports fields and a bandshell, Beacon Hill Park is a serene respite from the urban landscape with ample opportunity for recreation. There's even a totem pole, meandering trails and exotic flora at Victoria's scenic Beacon Hill Park.

Location:  100 Cook Street