Alerts & Notices

What's New at SEAPARC Leisure Complex

SEAPARC Summer Camp Programs

SEAPARC is getting ready to welcome children for summer camps, which begin on June 29th. A number of strategies will be implemented to provide a safe and healthy environment for staff and participants, following the guidelines set forth by the Provincial Health Officer, Work Safe BC, BCCDC, the BCRPA and Island Health.

  • Camp capacity has been reduced
  • Activities will take place mainly outdoors and will be modified to support physical distancing
  • Enhanced cleaning protocols will be in place
  • Additional health and safety protocols will be implemented

All camps will take place at the SEAPARC facility, and on the grounds and surrounding area that are within walking distance. Those already registered will be contacted directly regarding options. General summer camp registration reopens on June 8th.

Please note that some of the summer camp program options previously offered will no longer be available. Registration for all other programs that are noted in SEAPARC's Summer Active Living Guide including fitness, aquatic and community recreation, will be on hold until further notice.

SEAPARC staff look forward to providing a safe and fun summer for all participants.

As the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to impact our community, SEAPARC will offer payment plan options for those in financial need who wish to register for summer camps. For information on payment plan options and for those unable to pay by credit card, please contact us at 250.642.8000. If we are unable to proceed with any summer programs, a full refund will be provided.

Staff continue to actively monitor the status of the COVID-19 pandemic on a daily basis and adjust precautionary procedures as dictated by the Office of BC’s Chief Medical Officer.  For information on the CRD’s response to COVID-19, please visit

Outdoor Recreation Facilities Now Open

We are gradually reopening selected outdoor recreation facilities where appropriate physical distancing can be maintained. The Sooke Skate Park and Bike Park will open on Thursday, May 14th.The Stan Jones Ball Field remains closed to the public. Read more >>

The provincial government has announced their Restart Plan for BC. Recreation centre staff are working diligently to revise our programs and services to follow provincial health guidelines. Your health and safety will always be a priority. Stay tuned for more information.

DeMamiel Creek Golf Course Update

After careful consideration, the Sooke & Electoral Area Parks and Recreation Commission (SEAPARC) has now opened the golf course. Significant steps have been taken to support golfer and staff safety in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and to meet provincial health guidelines while providing a safe outdoor recreation space for all. Staff will continue to actively monitor the status of the COVID-19 outbreak on a daily basis and adjust precautionary procedures as dictated by the Provincial Health Officer. Read more>>

SEAPARC Temporary Emergency Shelter

Please be advised that, under the direction of Emergency Management of BC, the SEAPARC arena will be utilized as a temporary self-isolation shelter to support local vulnerable populations. The site is currently being set up and will be opening soon.

Facility Closure

To support community health and prevent the spread of COVID-19, the SEAPARC Commission directed staff to close the recreation facility at 5pm on March 17th.

All SEAPARC recreation programs and services will cease until further notice. Membership passes will be extended. Programs scheduled during the closure have been cancelled and we are providing prorated refunds.

For more information about the CRD’s response to COVID-19, please visit

Regional Leisure Assistant Pass Program

SEAPARC believes that everyone should have an opportunity to participate in recreation activities, and with that, are committed to providing services for community members that work to minimize barriers and encourage participation. Read more >>

SEAPARC Strategic Planning Study

Thank you to everyone who participated in the SEAPARC Strategic Planning process. The SEAPARC Strategic Plan 2015 final report is now available. Several key initiatives identified in the process have been incorporated to SEAPARC's plans for the next five years including a fitness gym expansion.

Alerts & Notices

  • SEAPARC Facility Closures

    SEAPARC and Stan Jones Ball Field Closed Until Further Notice

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Contact Us

SEAPARC Leisure Complex

2168 Phillips Road
Sooke, BC
Tel: 250.642.8000
Fax: 250.642.4710

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