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Braeburn ParkBraeburn Park is in the Happy Valley neighborhood of Langford, BC. This nature park has a circular walking trail and a small pond that is feed by Colls Creek. The forest is a mixed wetland with cedar and big leaf maple as well as salal, ferns as well as ocean spray and hardhack shrubs. The gravel trail of that circles the pond is about eight hundred meters long and has a couple of foot bridges across the creek. Colls Creek continues flowing southwest to connect with Bilston Creek and Witty’s Lagoon which drains into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The gravel walking trail has branches that connect to Thrush Park and Gala Court, Happy Valley Road, and Braeburn Avenue. Turnstone Park, Willing Park, Luxton Park, Kinglet Park and the Galloping Goose Trail – Langford are nearby,

 

Geographic location N48° 25’16”  W123°31’58”

 

Braeburn Park can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway also called Hwy1. Turn at Millstream exit and continue along south to reach the Veterans Memorial Parkway. Turn onto Sooke Road and continue along to reach Happy Valley Road. The park is between Gala Court and Braeburn Avenue on the left side of Happy Valley Road. There is some parking along Baeburn Avenue. City buses travel along Happy Valley Road.

 

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