Victoria West KOA

230 Trans Canada Highway

Malahat, BC V0R 2L0 Canada Canada

Reserve: 800-562-1732

Info: 250-478-3332

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Local Area Attractions

 

Victoria

With its quaint English charm, Victoria boasts a thriving but small metropolis with many varied sights to enjoy. From seafood to ethnic foods, Victoria has many restaurants to appeal to the most discerning diner.

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Butchart Gardens

Stroll amidst 55 acres of the most breathtaking gardens you have ever seen on the 130 acre Butchart estate on the Todd Inlet of Vancouver Island. Enjoy nightly entertainment and stunning fireworks on Saturday nights in July and August.

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Royal British Columbia Museum/Imax Theatre

At the Royal BC Museum, you'll see the actual items that shaped our history, all brought to life in 15 carefully recreated galleries and exhibits. With a collection of more than 7 million authentic objects, there's no better place to learn the true history of Canada's most remarkable province.

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Whale Watching

No other place in the world has more resident pods of Orca whales, transient Orcas as well as Humpbacks and Grays. Enjoy the thrill of skimming across the surface in a zodiac boat or travel in the comfort of the Ocean cruiser. Visit www.princeofwhales.com for information.

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Wax Museum

The Wax Museum includes everything from royalty to celebrity, from the past to the present, walk amongst the giants of history in lifelike wax statues. See the Wax Museum website for more information.

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Victoria Butterfly Gardens

Stroll through a stunning indoor tropical garden while witnessing the entire life cycle of the butterfly. Over 35 imported species of butterflies fly free amidst hundreds of tropical plants, including an exquisite orchid exhibit and carnivorous plant section. Enjoy the rare birds and cascading waterfalls. Visit the Victoria Butterfly Gardens website for more information.

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Grayline Tours

Sit back and leave the driving to the experts aboard the quaint English style double decker buses as you learn of Victoria's history and present.

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Empress Hotel (High Tea)

Sip tea and enjoy tasty treats in the sumptuous opulence of the grand old lady, the Fairmont Victoria Empress Hotel situated on the causeway in the inner harbour of downtown Victoria. For information, email: Theempress@fairmont.com

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Parliament Buildings

Enjoy a guided tour of British Columbia's legislative seat and walk the surrounding manicured grounds situated on the Victoria Inner Harbour. Explore the history of BC's government. See the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia online for more information.

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Craigdarroch Castle

A perfect example of what money could buy in the 19th century and a legendary landmark in Victoria. The Cragdarroch Castle was built by the Dunsmuir family and lovingly restored by the preservation society. There are four stories of handcrafted beauty to explore.

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Fort Rodd Hill

Explore underground bunkers from WWII hidden beneath rolling grassy knolls and hike out to the Fisgard Lighthouse. Information is available by visiting the Fort Rodd Hill website.

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Beacon Hill Park

Enjoy summer band concerts, the wild animal petting zoo, lawn bowling, and kids playgrounds as you explore this beautiful park located just south of downtown Victoria. See the Beacon Hill Park website for more information.

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Goldstream Provincial Park

Just 17 kilometers from downtown Victoria, Goldstream Provincial Park lies amid the splendour of an old-growth temperate rain forest. Hike the many trails or stroll among the giant western red cedars along the stream to the Visitor Centre where you will learn the life cycle of Pacific salmon that returns each year to spawn.

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BC Forest Museum

Ride the rails in an authentic steam train as you learn the history of the logging industry in British Columbia. The BC Forest Museum is located in the town of Duncan 25 miles north on Highway 1.

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Quw'utsun Cultural And Conference Centre

Located in the town of Duncan 25 miles north on Highway 1, the Centre offers all guests an authentic First Nations Experience - Interpretive Tours, Traditional Art Work and Native Food.

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Chemainus

The milltown that remade itself into a lovely tourist destination by painting the whole town in colorful murals and filling the downtown with antique shops, art galleries and a renowned dinner theater. See the Cemainus website for more information.

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Falconry At Pacific Northwest Raptors

When you first enter the Pacific Northwest Raptors Centre near Duncan, B.C., you'll be forgiven if you feel you've stepped into Middle Earth. The centre flies birds six days a week from April through October. If you want to do more than watch, you can take a half-day or full-day falconry course.

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Sooke, Jordan River and Port Renfrew

Follow highway 14 along the Juan de Fuca straight to the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy northwest beaches and the tidal botanical beach at the end of the trail in Port Renfrew.

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Nanaimo, Parksville, Port Alberni

Follow Highway 1 north and explore the marinas of Nanaimo, the beaches of Parksville, then take highway 4 west past the lovely Cameron Lake, the majesty of Cathedral Grove in Macmillan park to the inland waterway of Port Alberni.

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