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Sooke Marine Boardwalk and Rotary Pier

W Coast Rd, Sooke, British Columbia, Canada
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Beautiful View

Easy walk way to to Pier. Beautiful View of Sooke Basin. Crab catching & fising possible from the... read more

Reviewed October 11, 2017
Sooke, Canada
Finding the place is the challenge

Finding this place is certainly a challenge as there are no signs to it. Once you get down the... read more

Reviewed August 12, 2017
Metchosin, Canada
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This board walk is accessed through Ed MacGregor Park. There is an accessible walk walk which switchbacks its way down the hill. Fantastic for everyone.
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  • Average7%
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“easy walk” (4 reviews)
“lovely area” (3 reviews)
“zig zag” (3 reviews)
W Coast Rd, Sooke, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed October 11, 2017

Easy walk way to to Pier. Beautiful View of Sooke Basin. Crab catching & fising possible from the pier

Thank 319gunterr
Reviewed August 12, 2017

Finding this place is certainly a challenge as there are no signs to it. Once you get down the hill (gentle) through the park, the boardwalk takes you over water where you'll find crabbers and fishermen, and a dock at the end.

Thank YVRcockroach
Reviewed June 4, 2017

Took the steep walk down to the boardwalk , lots of locals fishing and enjoying the afternoon sunshine . Lovely views over the water to Olympic national park in the US . Enjoyed the zig zag pathe back up to Ed Macgregor park and the...More

Thank bobnrobyn
Reviewed January 24, 2017

A very nice location for along walk with scenic waterway. Very popular with locals and a great break from the city.

Thank TravelOften1968
Reviewed December 9, 2016

This boardwalk is a charming addition to Sooke. Good crabbing too. Spot some wild life in Sooke Harbour or just take a leisurely walk along the boqardwalk and then up through the park. It's kind of the main drag so not obvious to tourists.

Thank Linmaf
Reviewed October 17, 2016

This board walk is so lovely and can be accessed right from the centre of Sooke! The Ed MacGregor park access is wheel chair accessible as well :)

Thank Emily-Grace P
Reviewed October 17, 2016

Wheelchair accessible from Ed McGregor park only. If you are in a wheelchair or assisting someone be prepared for several 'switchbacks'. Downhill and return is uphill!! The other end is a set of stairs that are not suitable for baby strollers. But if you are...More

1  Thank Jackie E
Reviewed October 13, 2016

We have enjoyed this beautiful boardwalk a couple of times when in Sooke. It is used a lot by fishermen, crabbers and strolling people. It gets you right into the ocean vista, not just seeing it from shore.

1  Thank knight12
Reviewed August 29, 2016 via mobile

Our " server" told us this was a nice walk. She warned one way is steep and the other zigzags back up to the road. She wasn't joking. We helped an older lady who had to make a walking stick out of a broken branch,...More

Thank hurricanekatrinarule
Reviewed August 22, 2016

Easy walking along the shoreline on a well built boardwalk. Interesting views of sealife. Sunsets are amazing.

Thank HouseofVieira
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March 25, 2016|
Response from Gla_Rangers | Reviewed this property |
They have a small parking lot at corner of Murray & Horne Streets where you can access the trail or head along Horne Street to Ed MacGregor Park