Clover Point Park

Clover Point Park, Victoria: Address, Clover Point Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Clover Point Park
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SuperDave47
Brandon, Canada1,336 contributions
Nov. 2021
Shoreline is home to several species of waterfowl, southward views of the Olympic Mountains and Hurricane Ridge, hold onto your hats!
Written December 6, 2021
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Marilyn W
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May 2021
This point has a rich history, from prehistoric, native people, early explorers, early Victorians to today. My family (my dad was ex-Navy who served on a mine-sweeper) lived on the point during the housing crisis after WW2. Army barracks were converted to rental housing and our family of 5 lived in one for almost a year. The winters were fierce with constant cold winds blowing but the rest of the year it was exciting to live so close to the sea, to witness the Olympic mountains across the strait of Juan de Fuca. The simplicity of the park belies the rich history from pre-historic to early Victoria days this park has seen it all. From shooting range, burial services, to home of a WW2 search light. Part of it was underground on the point and I believe most of it is still buried there. Enjoy, the extensive views and the beach below the cliffs. It is a magical place, stay a while and let your imagination work.
Written June 12, 2021
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DiversTwo
Victoria, Canada80 contributions
Jun. 2020
This is a small area with fairly good parking that gives the visitor an excellent view of Juan de Fuca Strait all the way across to Port Angeles in Washington State. On clear day you also get a great view of the Olympic Mountains. Fair birding here if you are interested in that kind of activity and whales are often seen during the summer.
Written November 14, 2020
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Karen G
Vancouver, Canada448 contributions
Aug. 2020
We went for a long walk with our dog, it’s an off leash beach. Pretty around there, fun and great pictures!
Written August 2, 2020
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Harold W
Parksville, Canada1,547 contributions
Dec. 2019
The point itself is easily accessible via the sidewalk on the west side of the roadway but if you need to get down to the point with your car, stop before you go. Construction of the new sewer pumping station is underway and the roadway is blocked. The road has been closed to public vehicles for at least a couple months. It appears the construction site is nearing completion and surely the park will once more be fully open to the public. This location offers a great view across the water toward Port Angeles and the Olympic Mountains. The Strait of Juan de Fuca carries considerable Commercial shipping traffic. I don't believe that traffic bothers anyone on the shore, in fact it is interesting to observe.
Written December 30, 2019
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rssrob
West Kelowna, Canada559 contributions
Dec. 2019
When taking the scenic drive along the ocean stop at this park. You can almost see over to Japan . Oops what you are actually looking at is Port Angeles and the Olympia peninsula.
Written December 12, 2019
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just0netraveler
Victoria, Canada247 contributions
Aug. 2019
A wonderful place to enjoy a beautiful seaside view.
You can see the Olympic mountains across the Straits of Juan de Fuca.
Written September 30, 2019
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neilbZ1083ML
Calgary6 contributions
Jul. 2019
Spent an hour at the park on Friday afternoon. Very peaceful and relaxing. great view of the water and boats travelling by.
Written August 6, 2019
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C S
Vancouver, Canada1,169 contributions
Aug. 2019 • Family
On our tour of Victoria we pulled into clover point. What a great place to explore when the tide is out. We enjoyed the crabs and other sea life and could have spent more time here.
Written August 2, 2019
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Maryann L
Pensacola, FL42 contributions
Jul. 2019 • Couples
We stopped off our GRAYLINE hop on off at beacon hill park, walked through, among the the wild peacocks and made our way to Dallas rd. Check out the highest totem pole, 126 ft before you cross Dallas rd. You can walk on the beach toward clover point. We then walked back to the beacon hill park stop and continued our hop on. Nice way to get to the beach without a car.
Written July 25, 2019
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