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Thank you again for this very nice stay. We will come back.
- Ingrid and Andreas
Thank you for sharing your home with us! Here's wishing you the best.  
- Rita & Charles
A beautiful example of the gift of creation and all the nature around. Enjoyed my stay but missed the sun! 
- Martha
This has been a wonderful place to celebrate our honeymoon! We could not have imagined anything more perfect. Many thanks for your...
- Jeff & Elizabeth Lucas
What an amazing location! It was wonderful to be able to row out on to the lagoon, and sit on the swing to enjoy the view and the...
- Ann, Steve, Danielle
Thank you for your hospitality. The location is perfect for having access to the city but still close to the water and seren...
- Jo Ann
Lighthouses all over the room, Basset hounds, amazing bed, and very friendly hosts. How much more perfect can a stay be?? We had an...
- Darren & Teresa
This place is growing on us! Thanks for the spectacular weather, great food, super company & sharing your special place on the...
- Kumari & Simon Beck
A brief but very relaxing stay.  Thank you
- Rob, Jen & Ian
This has been a wonderful experience !! The room is lovely and comfortable and your hospitality is beyond compare, and the food….!...
- Pat & Kathy Shepherd

Sooke Potholes

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Sooke PotHoles Regional Park is a swimmers paradise located on the banks of the spectacular Sooke River.
Enjoy the views, explore the trails or take a refreshing dip on a hot summer day!

There’s more to the Sooke Potholes than just swimming. A small creek runs under a wooden bridge on the way from the parking lot. Further upstream along the creek, there is a modest, but photo worthy spot, complete with a waterfall, mossy rocks and shallow pools of clear water. Since most people will be heading for the beach, there’s a chance that you will have this waterfall to yourself for a while.

Just a 30 minute car ride beyond the urban core, the Sooke potholes are one of the more popular swimming spots in the capital region.

Download a map showing directions to Sooke Potholes Regional Park (101 kb PDF)

Address: 
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Public Transit: 
Take Douglas Street out of the city. Head towards Colwood by following the signs. You might be tempted to stop in Colwood and take a dip at Thetis Lake, but continue on towards Sooke, passing through Colwood, Langford and Metchosin. Once in Sooke, watch f