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Clover Point Storm Watching

Clover Point is in the city of Victoria, just some minutes' walk from downtown. The Clover Point offers scenic sights of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Since strong winds hit Clover Point, the Clover Point Storm Watching will be perfect. During falls and winters, watch and enjoy the fierce waves making up in the distance, rolling into the coast, battering against the rocks, whether staying at your car or donning in raingear.
The Clover Point is located along the walkway of Dallas Road, easily accessible by car. On a clear day, the point offers spectacular views of Sooke Hills, the Olympic Mountains in Washington State, and Mt. Baker.
The Clover Point features a grassy area between the walkway and the road at which people fly kites. The site is popular among paragliders, windsurfers, and kite-boarders due to the winds' blowing onshore in winters.
A loop road that can be used as a viewpoint offers a perfect seaside drive with parking places from which access to Clover Point is possible. There are also plenty of parking places along Dallas Road. The rocky beaches of Clover Point have beautiful views of water and sunset that make it perfect for beachcombing and strolling besides storm watching. Visitors have opportunities to see whales passing by in summers as well as other lovely marine creatures.


Clover Point Storm Watching Location

Located in Victoria, Clover Point is just a short walk away from downtown. It is a 10.40-acre (4.2 hectares) property with the western boundary of Cook Street and the eastern boundary of Ross Bay. The Clover Point Park's ownership was transferred to Victoria, but before, it had been owned by The Canada Department of Defense leased to the city as a park.
The areas around are excellent to visit as Spiral Beach along Dallas Road. Spiral Beach 700 m (2296 ft.) away is a soft pebble beach worth visiting and walking your dog with the beautiful sights of mountains, sunset, and the city. Visiting Beacon Hill Park, the jewel of Victoria with a 200-acre (80.9 hectares) area, is a must since there are plenty of things to do for families and individuals, as well as the vivid natural beauty, footpaths, and colourful flowers. With an area of 13.80 acres (5.55 hectares), Holland Point Park is an oasis compared to the developed and heavily used Clover Point. The largest constructed feature of the Holland Point was built in 1955, is Harrison Yacht Pond. With a bluff pathway, tourists can walk to Ogden Point to the west and Beacon Hill Park to the east with benches to sit throughout the path with views of the ocean.


Clover Point Storm Watching Weather

The average temperature in Clover Point is about 11.5°C (52.7°F). The warmest months are July and August, with a maximum of 20°C (68°F) and a minimum temperature of 13°C (55.4°F). December is the coldest month, with a maximum temperature of 8°C (46.4°F) and a minimum temperature of 4°C (39.2°F). Rain falls throughout the year. The high rate of precipitation is from October to February. Snow falls from November through March.

Best Places for Storm Watching Near Clover Point

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Cattle Point Storm Watching

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Saxe Point Park Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

Victoria Storm Watching

Victoria Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching Features

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What you Can Expect to See Near Clover Point

Spiral Beach

Spiral Beach

McNeil Bay

McNeil Bay

Langford

Langford

Gonzales Bay

Gonzales Bay

Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site

Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site

Sooke

Sooke

Point Ellice House Museum and Gardens

Point Ellice House Museum and Gardens

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

The Royal BC Museum

The Royal BC Museum

Miniature World

Miniature World

Willows Beach

Willows Beach

Race Rocks Ecological Reserve

Race Rocks Ecological Reserve

Sitting Lady Falls

Sitting Lady Falls

Florence Lake Cave

Florence Lake Cave

Victoria

Victoria

What you Can Expect to Do Near Clover Point

Hiking on Mount Empress from Sooke Potholes via Mary Vine and Todd Creek Trails

Hiking on Mount Empress from Sooke Potholes via Mary Vine and Todd Creek Trails

Victoria Diving

Victoria Diving

Sidney North Saanich Yacht Club Whale Watching

Sidney North Saanich Yacht Club Whale Watching

Van Isle Marina Whale Watching

Van Isle Marina Whale Watching

West Coast Outdoor Adventure Whale Watching

West Coast Outdoor Adventure Whale Watching

Cabin Point Whale Watching

Cabin Point Whale Watching

Beechey Head Whale Watching

Beechey Head Whale Watching

Spirit Bay Visitor Centre Whale Watching

Spirit Bay Visitor Centre Whale Watching

Creyke Point Whale Watching

Creyke Point Whale Watching

Victoria Harbour Ferry Whale Watching

Victoria Harbour Ferry Whale Watching

Fisherman's Wharf Park Whale Watching

Fisherman's Wharf Park Whale Watching

West Bay Esquimalt Whale Watching

West Bay Esquimalt Whale Watching

Cattle Point Storm Watching

Cattle Point Storm Watching

Saxe Point Park Storm Watching

Saxe Point Park Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

Clover Point Storm Watching

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