Spectacle Lake Regional Park

Features:


Spectacle Lake is a gorgeous spring-fed freshwater lake and is a popular hiking and fishing destination as it is often stocked with fish. There are numerous sensitive ecosystems within the park. Please be respectful of the natural area.

Park Size:

65.6 ha

Amenities:


Sandy beach
Swimming
Picnic area
Trails
Toilet facilities (Seasonal)



How to Get There:


On the top of the Malahat, turn west off the Trans-Canada Highway onto Ebadora Lane. Go right on Whittaker Road.
Spectacle Lake 2017

Porta Potty

Picnicing areas

Swimming

Hiking and walking trails Beach area Fishing allowed

History:


The property was the site of a sawmill that operated in the 1920s and 1930s. The present lake was in fact the millpond for the sawmill, which was built on the rocky outcrop adjacent to the main swimming beach today. The beach and lake bottom are composed largely of sawdust from the mill operation. Sand was brought in the later years to create the beach.
Spectacle Lake Park Map