Hatley Park in Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada | Park

Welcome to Hatley Park, Victoria, BC, Canada. Hatley Park is considered one of the finest examples of an intact Edwardian estate and was designated a National Historic Site in 1995. It is strategically positioned to play a leading role in experiential tourism -- one of the fastest growing industries worldwide.

Hatley Park situated near the Pacific Ocean at the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria, BC the 565-acre property reflects the richness and diversity of British Columbia. At the heart of the property is the famous Hatley Castle, a 40-room mansion built in 1908 by James Dunsmuir, a coal baron and the former Premier and Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia. The Dunsmuir family eventually sold the estate to the Government of Canada, who from 1940 to 1995 used the facility as a military training college. In 1995 the estate was leased to the Government of British Columbia to become the campus for Royal Roads University – Canada’s only university to provide applied and professional programs exclusively for people who wish to advance in the workplace.

Hatley Park is surrounded by meticulously preserved, old growth forest. Nature trails welcome walkers, hikers and geocache enthusiasts from around the world. Themed gardens are cultivated year round and the lagoon is a thriving bird sanctuary. Tours, workshops, festivals and special events are designed to enhance understanding of the importance of protecting and sharing our natural and cultural heritage so it may be preserved and enjoyed for future generations.

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2005 Sooke Road, Colwood, Victoria, BC, Canada
British Columbia
(250) 391-2666
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