MacAulay Point Park
MacAulay Point Park features a number of trails and access points leading to views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, as well as historic military ramparts, bunkers, lookouts and defensive berms.
The 7.6 hectare park is home to a number of rare and endangered plant species which are protected under Canada's Species At Risk Act. Among the vegetation, visitors will find roses, lupins, gumweed, wild onions, busuit roots, and a small grove of tembling aspen trees.
The park is very popular among birdwatchers, hiker and dog walkers. In order to protect the fragile ecosystem featured in this park, visitors and their dogs are required to stay on designated paths.
Visitors bringing their dogs will find lots of room to run and play, as well as hit the rocky beach to do some stick fetching!