Jeanine Park is in the Mill Hill neighborhood of Langford, B.C. At one third of a hectare, Jeanine Park has a grass covered area with a perimeter formed by cottonwood trees. This park borders along Hwy 1 and has a gravel footpath that extends along the highway right of way. The right branch of this footpath extends about fifty meters up a slight slope and onward to a small turnabout surrounded by western red cedar trees. The trail to left leads toward Cedarvale Park and Selwyn Cedarvale Green Space. This gravel and dirt trail divides again with the left side zigzagging down the slope of Mill Stream into Cedarvale Park while the right branches passes very close to Hwy 1 and eventually reaches Selwyn Road near the Kingdom Hall.
Geographical location N48° 27’26” W123° 29’ 12”
Jeanine Park can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway also called Hwy1. Turn at Veteran Memorial Parkway/Millstream Road and turn south. Take the first left onto Strandlund Avenue and continue to the left to stay on Strandlund Avenue. Follow the roadway then turn right onto Selwyn Road. Take the first left onto Mill Hill Road and then another left after crossing over the small bridge over Mill Stream. Turn left onto Jeanine Drive and continue along to reach the small white post that indicates the footpath beside the park. Jeanine Park is on the right. There is limited parking in this area.
Selwyn Cedarvale Green Space is in the Mill Hill neighborhood of Langford, B.C. This rough seventy meter long footpath from Selwyn Road connects to the trails in Cedar Vale Park. The gravel pathway is border by patches of Himalayan blackberries that grow beside the fences. The trail crosses over the tunnel that protects Mill Stream as it passes under the Trans Canada Highway. Eventually the pathway branches as it reaches Cedarvale Park. There are some tall western red cedar trees that grow along the banks of Mill Stream in Cedarvale Park. The route that continues along toward Jeannie Park is shaded by deciduous trees like cottonwood and big leaf maples as well as a few Garry oak trees. Cedarvale Park, Jeannie Park, Mill Park, Olympia Glacier Green Space and Welwyin Fall Park are nearby.
Geographic location N48° 27’26” W123° 29’ 12”
Selwyn Cedarvale Green Space can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway also called Hwy1. Turn at Veteran Memorial Parkway/Millstream Road and turn south to head toward downtown Langford. Take the first left onto Strandlund Avenue and continue to the left to stay on Strandlund Avenue. At the junction with Selwyn Road turn left. Look for the footpath next to the concrete wood-like and chain link fences that lies near the Trans Canada Highway. There is limited roadside parking this area which is beside the Kingdom Hall.