DescriptionA natural harbor off the Juan de Fuca Strait, Sooke was discovered and claimed by the Spanish in 1790. The area, soon traded to the British by treaty, was named after a local First Nation tribe, T'Soke. It is a popular fishing site and the center of a large forest industry. A scenic portion of Hwy. 14 runs 43 kilometres (27 mi.) east from Sooke to Victoria.
InfoOfficeSooke Visitor Centre 2070 Phillips Rd. SOOKE, BC V9Z 0Y3. Phone:(250)642-6351 or (866)888-4748
Attraction PlaceHoldersSooke Region Museum & Visitor Centre
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