R.O. Bull Park

This three quarters of a hectare parkland has short trails through a wonderful grove of century-old Western red cedar  and Douglas-fir trees.  There are two gravel trails in this natural park which connects Wain Road to Dallain Place. The park is named after Roland Osborne Bull, a community and nature minded business man who founded the Victoria’s Boys Club. This park one of few areas that shows remnants of the forests of Saanich Peninsula prior to European settlement.

Geographic coordinates  N48° 40′ 37″ W123° 28′ 48″

You can get to R.O. Bull Park from Pat Bay Highway.  Before you reach ferry terminal follow the signs that lead to McDonald Park – Wain Road.  Stay to the right as you exit the highway and curve up to cross over the overpass. At the intersection turn left onto Wain Road.  Continue on Wain Road past West Saanich Road. The park is located part way down the hill after  Deep Cove Road. There is limited roadside parking.


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