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R.O. Bull Park

R.O. Bull Park

The municipally-owned R.O. Bull Memorial Park is located at the west end of Wain Road within the Deep Cove neighbourhood. The park, which contains a stand of old growth forest, consisting of Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar trees, grand Fir, Arbutus, Western Yew is among the last remaining example of old growth trees on the Saanich Peninsula.

These heritage trees, exceptional in size and age, are significant living examples of North Saanich’s natural heritage. The R.O. Bull Memorial Park was donated by family and friends of Col. Roland Osburne Bull (1895-1972) and the park was dedicated to this memory.

Character Defining Elements

  • Location west of Wain Road in the Deep Cove neighbourhood;
  • Remnants of old growth forest, including a full canopy of Western Red Cedars and Douglas Firs of notable size and age.
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