CRD campgrounds open for summer

The Spring Salmon Place Campground at Sooke Potholes Regional Park opened last Friday

  • May. 20, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Capital Regional District’s three regional camp grounds are open for spring and summer.

The Spring Salmon Place Campground (KWL-UCHUN) at Sooke Potholes Regional Park opened Friday.

The 67-site RV and tent campground on the Sooke River, and adjacent to the Galloping Goose regional trail, offers hiking, swimming, fishing and cycling. The campground is operated by T’Sou-ke Nation. and open until Oct. 3

Jordan River Regional Park Campground, along the Strait of Juan de Fuca, offers views of the Olympic Peninsula and hiking trails through hemlock & cedar forests to Sandcut Beach. The 22-site RV and tent campground is open year round.

Island View Beach Regional Park Campground is 23-site RV and tent campground is open until Sept. 5.

 

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