Anderson Hill Park
Oak Bay's nature parks tend to be small, soft adventure spaces for easy walking, hiking or bird watching. Oceanfront parks are rocky and require proper footwear. Many are home to wildflowers in the spring.
This 6.3 acre park located on the 500 block of Island Road features rocky geography with a stunning view of Mt. Baker and the Olympic Peninsula. The park is primarily a Garry Oak ecosystem and contains some First Nations middens. Flora and fauna information is located at the Island Road entrance. There are benches along the numerous trails and walkways. In spring camas flowers cover grassy areas, turning the green to a field of blue. Buttercups and Scotch broom are also common. Dogs are welcome.
source: Oak Bay Tourism