About the Park

Massive trees, majestic waterfalls, a meandering river that meets the sea, flowers, birds and fascinating fish are but a few of the attractions that draw people to Goldstream Provincial Park, a mere 16 km from downtown Victoria on southern Vancouver Island. It’s a world that seems far removed from the urban adventures of British Columbia’s capital city whether the visitor is a hiker seeking inspiration from this magnificent example of the great outdoors or a naturalist looking to add to their notebook. There’s something new, different and exciting every month of the year at Goldstream Park. Check www.naturehouse.ca for more information.

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Picnicking

Camping

Group Camping

Fires

Park Info

Activities


  • Hiking

  • Swimming

  • Interpretive programs

  • Pets on leash

  • Bicycling

  • BBQ

Amenities


  • Vehicle accessible

  • Picnic sites

  • Camping

  • Group campsites

  • Toilets

  • Showers

  • Drinking water

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Winter recreation

Location

Goldstream Provincial Park is located 16 km northwest of Victoria on southern Vancouver Island on the Trans Canada Hwy (Hwy #1). There are separate entrances for the main campground, group campsite and day use area. Access to the campground is via Sooke Lake Road from Hwy #1 at the southern boundary of the park. The entrance to the day-use area is at the junction of Hwy #1 and Finlayson Arm Road. Nearby communities include: Victoria, Langford, Duncan, Colwood, Metchosin, Sooke.

Nearby Parks

Nearby parks include Gowlland-Tod Provincial Park and Bamberton Provincial Park.

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Rentals & Accommodations

Trailer Rentals

Are you hoping to enjoy a camping experience at one of our most popular campgrounds but don’t have your own travel trailer or RV?  Maybe you’ve been thinking about going camping but you’d still like the comforts of home with full power and hook-ups.  Are you considering purchasing a travel trailer but would like to...

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Tours & Programs

Goldstream History: How Goldstream Got its Name

From majestic waterfalls to an abandoned trestle, this hike will uncover the wild side of Goldstream.  Refresh with a taste of wild edibles. What’s in a name? A guided hike retracing the Prospectors Trail will reveal how Goldstream claimed its name.  You’ll have earned a bannock reward over the fire (fire-ban permitting). Experience the beauty of...

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A Walk on the Wild Side

From majestic waterfalls to an abandoned trestle, this hike will uncover the wild side of Goldstream.  Refresh with a taste of wild edibles. After pick up downtown this hike/tour will feature the highlights of Goldstream –hike to Niagara Falls, the abandoned trestle and on to Goldstream Falls. Guest will refresh with a taste of wild...

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Deeper Sense of Nature

Awaken your senses to the beauty and wonder of our Parks.  Allow our Knowledgeable Staff to bring the natural world to your finger tips…and into your heart! Let us show you the secrets of the natural world and open your eyes to the beauty of our parks.  Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds and empower yourself with...

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Secrets of the Salmon

Salmon Tours with Transportation are Scheduled in November each year…but we talk about salmon all year long and can do custom tours for groups at any time of the year! Experience the annual Goldstream salmon run at its finest with transportation to and from the park and a chance to witness one of nature’s phenomena...

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Forest Foraging

Discover the secret menu of the forest with our enthusiastic Park Naturalist.  With a passion for everything outdoors, our Naturalists are professionally trained to make “a walk in the park” one of the most interesting and inspiring activities you will experience.  Find out what you can nibble on the next time you’re cruising through the...

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Goldstream News

Severe Flooding at Goldstream

Severe Flooding! The Goldstream Park Day-Use and Nature House are closed due to extreme flooding and downed trees.  Current water levels are up to the washroom buildings.  Please stay safe around rivers and creeks during this high water event!

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