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Victoria’s Cedar Hill Golf Course

Cedar Hill Golf Course

Cedar Hill is an 18-hole golf course in Victoria that’s open to the public. It features wonderful views and a relatively short par 67 layout.

In addition to being an affordable place to play golf, the venue has a terrific trail that goes all the way around its outer edge. The trail is popular for both walkers and joggers.


Cedar Hill Golf Course in Saanich

Cedar Hill is a popular municipal golf course on Vancouver Island. It’s a par 67 that plays nearly 5,200 yards from the tips. It’s not the longest course in the region, but it’s a nice one and features some great views of Victoria.

The Cedar Hill practice facilities host instructional programs and lessons from PGA professionals. Other amenities include a 3.5-kilometre walking trail, a snack bar and a large clubhouse with a banquet room that can be rented out for special occasions.


Green Fees

Green fees vary depending on the season and time of day. For example, golfing beginning of the year in 2023 during prime time winter hours on weekdays, weekends and public holidays cost $42 per adult. Twilight rounds cost $31, and juniors could play for $23, regardless of the day or time. Playing a nine-hole cost $25.

During the summer season, green fees are a little more expensive. For example, during the summer in 2023, weekday prime time fees were $49 each and they rose to $55 on weekends and public holidays. Golfing during twilight times cost $42 and juniors paid $28. Playing a nine-hole over the summer cost $32.

Note: The green fees above are accurate as of December in 2023. Exact details are subject to change.


Cedar Hill Golf Course


Course Location

The course is located at 1400 Derby Road in the municipality of Saanich. It’s pretty much right in the middle of Greater Victoria and just a few blocks from Hillside Mall.

The entrance to the golf course is on Derby Road. You can access the walking trail from there or any one of a number of side streets, including ones on the east side of Maplewood Road.

King’s Pond Park is at the north end of the golf course. It has a small parking area near the intersection of Queensbury Avenue and Ascot Drive. That too is a good spot to access the walking trail.


Walking Trail at Cedar Hill Golf Course


The Walking Trail

The trail around Cedar Hill Golf Course is a really nice one. It’s a chip trail that’s good for walking and jogging along. Lots of people use it for exercise. It’s pretty all the way around. You just have to keep your eyes out for stray golf balls. The odds of getting hit by one are tiny, but not impossible. If you hear someone yell “fore!,” cover your head!

The terrain of the trail is pretty easy. It does go up and down a bit, especially in a couple of places, but for the most part there aren’t many really steep sections. Because it’s a chip trail, it’s not suitable for wheelchairs, unless they are electric ones designed for rugged terrain. For most people, the route is pretty easy and makes for an enjoyable stroll.


Other Information

For more details about the course, or to reserve your tee time, visit the District of Saanich website.

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