Sooke, British Columbia is a beautiful seaside town with plenty of scenic spots to take in. It’s a place full of hidden gems that all the locals know and endless natural features to explore.
The Sooke Potholes Regional Park is one of the most beautiful parks on Vancouver Island. Hiking trails wind through an incredible landscape with lookout points for breath-taking views over river cliffs any time of year. In the summer, the stream slows and the sun comes out, making it the perfect place to find your own little swimming hole, or enjoy stream-side swimming from one of its marked pebble beaches.
Whiffin Spit is a popular walking area with locals and offers spectacular views of the ocean. This easy 2.7km walk will take you along a flat gravel path with ocean views on both sides, weaving along rocky beaches and lapping waves. At the far end of the spit, you’ll find a small lighthouse. There’s always the chance of spotting seals, sea lions, eagles and other creatures!
Sooke Region Museum
The Sooke Region Museum is a community museum that explores the heritage of the region from Sooke to Port Renfrew, with exhibits in both the main museum building and around the grounds. The museum also operates the local visitor information centre for the region. The museum holds various special event during the year, has a gift shop with local arts & crafts.
Bluefin Fishing Adventures offers year-round fishing tours right from Sooke with all your bait and fishing gear provided. You’ll find large Halibut and several types of Salmon as they migrate annually past the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Your expert fishing guide will clean, fillet and bag your catch for you to take home.
AdrenaLINE Zipline Adventures
We come with a 5 star rating on Trip Advisor and have been proudly attracting tourists to the Sooke community for years. As you may already know, AdrenaLINE features eight scenic ziplines, and an extra Big Zip adventure ride, all with a fun 10 minute off road adventure ride up to the top of the zipline course. Learn More