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Unlike Butchart Gardens this garden overlooks the waterfront and one can see views of Juan de Fuca Strait. In addition, the Olympic Mountains in the State of Washington rise above the water and offer a nice and scenic if somewhat distant backdrop. Much of Beacon Hill Park is landscaped with colorful displays of blooming plants and shrubs, but an even larger part is kept in a more natural state. There are lovely water views inside the park in addition to the shoreline. This is due to Goodacre and Fountain and Arbour lakes which add additional beauty as well as being a draw for many birds to those fresh water aquatic areas. One can spot many ducks swimming about and waiting for some crumbs to be thrown their way from people in the park. Also to be seen are swans, turtles, Canada geese and blue herons among other avian wildlife. This lovely park is meant for meandering and slowly taking in the nature scenes which is exactly what the three of us did.
It has paved paths both along the shoreline and also the interior of the park and the latter is where we chose to spend most of our time. Amenities such as sports fields, a petting zoo, a playground for children including a wading pool, a putting green, and an outdoor bandshell are provided. We did not get to take in a concert due to timing, but apparently all during the spring, summer and fall of the year these can be enjoyed by people coming to Beacon Hill Park. We did see and photograph the bandshell where these festivities would take place. Some Cricket was being played on one of the sports fields and were told that one of the teams was from America. A horse drawn carriage was photographed taking people through the park. It is probably a very nice way to see more of the park without expending much energy.
While on the bus tour we were informed that the Hudson Bay Company had donated some land for the park with the stipulation that there was never to be any commercial development within the confines of the Beacon Hill Park. Water is available but true to the agreement, no vendors selling ice cream cones, soft drinks, trinkets or anything else is to be seen. Thus the park is pristine and nature is the prime focus. One of the statues in the park sits on top of a monument dedicated to Robert Burns. Lovely green trees of various types lent their beauty to the woodland spaces as well as punctuating the lawns and the perimeter of the lakes. Weeping willow trees and others. Much of the native flora inside the park was preserved and kept in a natural state. There are the rose gardens and other mass plantings, but what we particularly loved about this large and less populated park (compared to our experience at Butchart Gardens) was the peace and serenity that exists here.