where to this weekend?
Explore • East Sooke to Jordan River
Sooke British Columbia is a hidden gem on Vancouver Island, offering visitors a chance to enjoy stunning natural beauty without the crowds of more popular tourist destinations. Sooke’s mild climate makes it the perfect place to enjoy outdoor activities year-round.
Located on a gorgeous harbour, surrounded by verdant forests, picturesque hiking trails, and a variety of shops and restaurants. Below you will find hikes and experiences around Sooke.
Sooke Boardwalk Loop
Every corner is home to a fantastic restaurant, food truck, craft brewery or cafe. With no shortage of great places to eat.
Sooke is an extraordinary place to find an adventure and a great meal from the best cafes, food trucks, and eateries, it’s a great place to visit for the day or a week.
Sooke is a great place to visit for its stunning scenery, friendly people, and many outdoor activities. A popular destination for fishing, whale watching, hiking, or kayaking, just a wonderful place just to escape and have some self-care.
You will find one-of-a-kind stays with endless forests, wildlife, and unique accommodations. If you are looking for a hotel or Bed and Breakfast, there are some great options only 45 minutes from Victoria.
A nature lover’s paradise, with an abundance of hiking and walking trails to explore within a 30 minutes drive from town.
Highlights include Sooke Potholes Provincial Park, which features a series of cascading waterfalls, and East Sooke Regional Park, which offers panoramic views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca whether you’re looking for a stroll in town or an adventurous hike.
Sooke beaches on Vancouver Island are some of the most beautiful in the world. The Juan de Fuca strait offers dramatic cliffs, towering trees, and crashing waves, providing a truly unique adventure. Within a short drive from town, you can discover freshwater swimming holes like Matheson Lake and Sooke Potholes to the beautiful Sand beach at East Sooke Park.