|Date||16-18 May, Monday-Wednesday|
|Trip Coordinator||Debbie Quigg|
|Contact Infoemail@example.com or 3710; please contact the coordinator by May 1.|
|Description||We will spend three days (two nights) in Sooke. The suggested accommodation will be camping at the Sooke River Campground. They also have three rustic cabins for rent. We have reserved three tent sites. Please contact the coordinator about these. If you want an RV site or a cabin, please make the arrangements yourself (250-642-6076).
The primary hiking destinations will be the Coast Trail in East Sooke Regional Park, the Sooke Potholes, or other trails in the area. There is also the opportunity to bike along the Galloping Goose trail, or kayak in the harbour.
|Meeting Place||Sooke River Campground; 2259 Phillips Rd, Sooke|
|Difficulty||The Coast Trail is challenging. The walk along the Potholes is easy.|
|Cost||Transportation and camping ($25/night/tent or $40 or $60/night for the cabins)|
|Dogs?||Possible, but challenging|
|Notes:||This is a very historical area on Vancouver Island. Recommended reading: West Coast Pioneer – John Muir|
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