Gowlland Tod Provincial Park

This park protects a significant part of the Gowlland Range, one of the last remaining natural areas in Greater Victoria and a portion of the natural shoreline and uplands of Tod Inlet. It is an area rich in biodiversity, with more than 150 animal and plant species having been identified, and contains a unique dry coastal Douglas-fir habitat. The park contains an extensive network of hiking trails (over 40 km) making this an excellent area for nature viewing and day trips.

Brentwood Bay
(250) 474-1336