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The goal of Friends of Beacon Hill Park is "To Promote & Protect the Natural & Cultural History of Beacon Hill Park."
Beacon Hill Park was set aside as parkland by Governor Sir James Douglas before 1858.
The park is a historical treasure and one of the last refuges in Greater Victoria for some of the area's most delicate and endangered native plants and ecosystems. The Garry Oak tree and the Garry Oak meadow are two prime examples of the plants and ecosystems that the Friends of Beacon Hill Park Society are actively trying to preserve.
The 22nd Annual Camas Day will be held on Sun Apr 28, 2013. As always, we will have a varied slate of popular walks. Click Camas Day for details. Of course, Beacon Hill Park is enjoyable to visit every day of the year.
Wildflowers Signs in Beacon Hill Park
There are 3 large wildflower signs created by the Friends of Beacon Hill Park in the area along Circle Drive between the Petting Zoo and the Totem Pole. You can use the signs to help you learn about the flowers that are currently blooming in the meadow.
Current Activities and Issues
To see what Current Activities and Issues are happening with the Friends, check out this page.