Fossil Bay Resort

Address: 11033 West Coast Road, Sooke, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9Z 1G9, Canada | Campground
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This campground, located on 11033 West Coast Road, Sooke, is near Sheringham Point Lighthouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Sooke

    Back to Reality

    A travel blog entry by dprovan on Apr 08, 2015

    1 comment

    ... full. I did settle for a West Jet sandwich - not anything to compare with my recent meals in British Columbia. Mike was at the airport in 2 degree weather; I was ready to get on another plane back to Victoria. Traffic was very heavy but we arrived home shortly after 8:00 pm - still snow covering the ground on our property. These two weeks were a great break. - the sunshine, flowers, and most importantly, time with Brianna to relax and ...

    September Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 20, 2014

    51 photos

    ... br> Sombrio Beach is on the west coast about twenty minutes south of Port Renfrew. Our reason for visiting this beach was because Kara's Uncle Alan (passed away in 1993) lived on the beach in a makeshift surfer village in the late 80's when this beach was private. There was a documentary done on the lives of those who lived on the beach in the 80's if you're interested in learning more about it! Sombrio Beach is now a bustling provincial park full of campers, dogs, and of ...

    Juan de Fuca Trail- our end of the road hike

    A travel blog entry by kerridav1 on Aug 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... onto rocky outcrops on the beaches so all in all totally different to anything else we had encountered on this journey. The extent of our animal encounters consisted of banana slugs but there was plenty of fresh bear scat on the track. Lots of mud and tree roots to climb over made it a less than straightforward trip but a wonderful opportunity to view more that British Columbia has to ...

    Day trip to The Sooke Potholes.

    A travel blog entry by clboyce on Dec 05, 2013

    3 photos

    ... waterfalls, potholes and other hiking trails. We went to the waterfall first, which was spectacular and definitely recommended.

    Then after walking another 2-5km we reached the potholes. Wow!! They were full due to the solid rain we had been having that week. We stopped here and sat on a rock and had a picnic for lunch before walking back to the bus stop on the opposite side of the road and catching the same buses back to Victoria.


    Big Day Out

    A travel blog entry by seznz on Sep 16, 2013

    160 photos

    ... point & shoot, DSLR, iPhone, other smart phone or iPad (which I will never understand why people carry that would to take photos with!), there were cameras of all shapes & sizes, but the most I have seen anywhere!

    10.30am came and we jumped on the bus. A few of us got off at the Butterfly Gardens - which was pretty cool but I really wish the butterflies would play ball and stop so that we ...