Oak Bay, British Columbia

What is Oak Bay, British Columbia known for?


early part

He married Teresa Jane Grautoff and they are the parents of Canadian painter Sophie Pemberton. The town of Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) was named after him. The transit system has 260 buses on 37 conventional routes and 18 community bus routes covering Greater Victoria including: http: bctransit.com regions vic schedules map.cfm Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), Saanich (Saanich, British Columbia), Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia), Langford (Langford, British Columbia), Esquimalt (Esquimalt, British Columbia), View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia), Central Saanich (Central Saanich, British Columbia), North Saanich (North Saanich, British Columbia), Sidney (Sidney, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia), Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia), and Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia). '''Discovery Island (Discovery Island (British Columbia)) Marine Provincial Park''' is located about two nautical miles east of Oak Bay. It is about a mile long and one-half mile wide and looks out into the Juan de Fuca Strait. Discovery Island Marine Provincial Park is only accessible by boat and is popular with kayakers the nearest marina and official anchorage is located in Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia) and the nearest launching ramp is located at cattle point. On the east side of the island on Pandora Hill there is a Lighthouse (Discovery Island Lighthouse ) which has been automated for the past several years Pandora Hill is also one of the turning points for the US and Canadian border. The northern portion of Discovery Island is a First Nations reserve. And southwest of Pandora Hill campers can set up a tent (5 dollars per a person per a night). There is a pit toilet and picnic tables however, there is no drinking water on the island and is a pack in pack out campsite. Rudlin Bay is the main access to the campground which is filled with dangerous rocks as well as being exposed to the southeast however it is possible for a small boat to temporarily anchor there however there is no safe overnight anchorage. Campfires are not permitted on Discovery Island. right thumb 250px Location of Oak Bay within British Columbia. (Image:Oak Bay, British Columbia Location.png) Police in Oak Bay (w:Oak Bay, British Columbia), British Columbia, a suburb of the provincial capital Victoria (w:Victoria, British Columbia), report that five bodies were found in a home after having been summoned there on a 911 emergency call.


family home

private properties in Canada and North America. * In 2011, the average price of a single family home in Oak Bay was $936,355. http: www.livinginvictoriabc.com greater-victoria mls-statistics-for-victoria-oak-bay-metchosin-north-saanich-and-sidney * Retirement homes and communities - Oak Bay is well known as a popular retirement destination. * A selection of excellent restaurants, deli's, bistro's antique shops, as well as an English-style pub, and other establishments


golf

geared towards both families and seniors. * A long-standing opposition to large commercial development and suited homes. * Its three golf courses the Victoria Golf Club, Uplands Golf Club & Oak Bay Recreation henderson golf course. Oak Bay is a community of British heritage, and has a stereotyped reputation as a quaint, charming neighborhood with a genteel British atmosphere. Oak Bay has been referred to as being located "'''Behind the Tweed Curtain'''",

and South Oak Bay neighbourhoods. In addition to being an attractive retirement area, Oak Bay has also long appealed to families with young children and others seeking safe and well-maintained neighbourhoods. Oak Bay boasts wonderful beaches, the Oak Bay Marina, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, and the Royal Victoria Yacht Club located on the shore of Cadboro Bay. The Victoria Golf Club is located in South Oak Bay. It was founded in 1893, and is the second oldest golf course west of the Great Lakes

. It is a challenging 6000 yard links course which hugs the ocean side, and claims to be the oldest golf course in Canada still on its original site. The Royal Victoria Yacht Club was formed on June 8, 1892, and moved in 1912 to its current location, at the location of the old Hudson's Bay Company cattle wharf. The Oak Bay Marina was built in 1962 and officially opened in April 1964


club

Island. A leisurely stroll through the Village finds 7 superb Art Galleries and Craft Studios representing some of the finest Canadian art & crafts available. * Its beautiful and rugged shorelines and beaches, popular with boaters. * Its two marinas the Oak Bay Marina & Royal Victoria Yacht Club. * Well-maintained houses and gardens throughout the municipality. * Oak Bay has a large number of old style and heritage homes. * The Oak Bay community is known for being stringent against

geared towards both families and seniors. * A long-standing opposition to large commercial development and suited homes. * Its three golf courses the Victoria Golf Club, Uplands Golf Club & Oak Bay Recreation henderson golf course. Oak Bay is a community of British heritage, and has a stereotyped reputation as a quaint, charming neighborhood with a genteel British atmosphere. Oak Bay has been referred to as being located "'''Behind the Tweed Curtain'''",

and South Oak Bay neighbourhoods. In addition to being an attractive retirement area, Oak Bay has also long appealed to families with young children and others seeking safe and well-maintained neighbourhoods. Oak Bay boasts wonderful beaches, the Oak Bay Marina, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, and the Royal Victoria Yacht Club located on the shore of Cadboro Bay. The Victoria Golf Club is located in South Oak Bay. It was founded in 1893, and is the second oldest golf course west of the Great Lakes


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design work

; Design work The Olmsted Brothers completed numerous high-profile projects, many of which remain popular to this day, including park systems, universities, exposition grounds, libraries, hospitals, residential neighborhoods and state capitols. Notable commissions include the roadways in the Great Smoky Mountains and Acadia National Parks, Yosemite Valley, Atlanta's Piedmont Park, a residential neighborhood in Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia), British Columbia


cultural development

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wonderful beaches

and South Oak Bay neighbourhoods. In addition to being an attractive retirement area, Oak Bay has also long appealed to families with young children and others seeking safe and well-maintained neighbourhoods. Oak Bay boasts wonderful beaches, the Oak Bay Marina, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, and the Royal Victoria Yacht Club located on the shore of Cadboro Bay. The Victoria Golf Club is located in South Oak Bay. It was founded in 1893, and is the second oldest golf course west of the Great Lakes


public research

, Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia), which are part of the Capital Regional District. The metropolitan area also includes several Indian reserves (the governments of which are not part of the regional district). Almost half of the Vancouver Island population is located in Greater Victoria. The '''University of Victoria''', often referred to as '''UVic''', is the second oldest (List of universities in British Columbia) Public university public

research university (Research university#Doctorate-granting Universities) in British Columbia, Canada. It is a research intensive university located in Saanich (Saanich, British Columbia) and Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia), about northeast of downtown Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). The University's annual enrollment is about 20,000 students. UVic's campus is known for its innovative architecture, beautiful gardens and Oak Bay, British


commercial development

He married Teresa Jane Grautoff and they are the parents of Canadian painter Sophie Pemberton. The town of Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) was named after him. The transit system has 260 buses on 37 conventional routes and 18 community bus routes covering Greater Victoria including: http: bctransit.com regions vic schedules map.cfm Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), Saanich (Saanich, British Columbia), Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia), Langford (Langford, British Columbia), Esquimalt (Esquimalt, British Columbia), View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia), Central Saanich (Central Saanich, British Columbia), North Saanich (North Saanich, British Columbia), Sidney (Sidney, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia), Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia), and Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia). '''Discovery Island (Discovery Island (British Columbia)) Marine Provincial Park''' is located about two nautical miles east of Oak Bay. It is about a mile long and one-half mile wide and looks out into the Juan de Fuca Strait. Discovery Island Marine Provincial Park is only accessible by boat and is popular with kayakers the nearest marina and official anchorage is located in Oak Bay (Oak Bay, British Columbia) and the nearest launching ramp is located at cattle point. On the east side of the island on Pandora Hill there is a Lighthouse (Discovery Island Lighthouse ) which has been automated for the past several years Pandora Hill is also one of the turning points for the US and Canadian border. The northern portion of Discovery Island is a First Nations reserve. And southwest of Pandora Hill campers can set up a tent (5 dollars per a person per a night). There is a pit toilet and picnic tables however, there is no drinking water on the island and is a pack in pack out campsite. Rudlin Bay is the main access to the campground which is filled with dangerous rocks as well as being exposed to the southeast however it is possible for a small boat to temporarily anchor there however there is no safe overnight anchorage. Campfires are not permitted on Discovery Island. right thumb 250px Location of Oak Bay within British Columbia. (Image:Oak Bay, British Columbia Location.png) Police in Oak Bay (w:Oak Bay, British Columbia), British Columbia, a suburb of the provincial capital Victoria (w:Victoria, British Columbia), report that five bodies were found in a home after having been summoned there on a 911 emergency call.

Oak Bay, British Columbia

thumb Oak Bay (File:Oak Bay Boats.jpg) '''Oak Bay''' is a municipality located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, in the Canadian province of British Columbia, Canada, and is a seaside community. A member municipality of the Capital Regional District, a community east of and adjacent to the city of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). It is one of the 13 municipalities of Greater Victoria.

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