More About Sooke
Just north and west of the Sooke Basin, a touristy municipality offering a yet authentic glimpse of Victoria life exists for many generations. Its reputation as a popular scenic destination is seen in many of its famed attractions like the Whiffin Spit Park, the Sooke Potholes Regional Park, and the adjacent Sooke Potholes Provincial Park.
There’s much to see and experience in Sidney, whether you’re visiting for culture, nightlife, family-friendly entertainment, or looking for a home. Reflecting its natural surroundings are these must-try outdoor recreations like fishing, boating, hunting, hiking, and horseback riding. Mountain biking is also growing in popularity across British Columbia, and Sooke is establishing itself as a destination for the sport.
Sooke is also considered to be a vibrant art community attracting hundreds of tourists each summer in their annual Sooke Fine Arts Festival. Locals and tourists may visit The Sooke Harbor House art gallery to peruse main displays from many local artisans.
Home-seekers found their homes in many of the single-family units sold in Sooke, including East Sooke, Shirley, Jordan River, and Port Renfrew.