Chancellor Park Playground Upgrades

Chancellor Park is a neighbourhood park located at the end of Chancellor Avenue and Quincy Street. The approximately 0.3-acre space is located between the Galloping Goose Regional Trail and Highway 1, not far from Victoria General Hospital and Eagle Creek Village.

In addition to serving the local Hospital neighbourhood, the park is a destination for people who walk and bike on the Galloping Goose Trail as well as for workers and visitors to the nearby hospital.

The playground located within Chancellor Park is scheduled to be updated in 2024! These updates will include universally accessible playground equipment that provides improved access to play for persons of all abilities.

What’s currently in the park?

  • a half-court with basketball hoop and hockey net;
  • picnic tables;
  • park benches;
  • water fountain;
  • playground area;
  • public parking; and
  • an open lawn area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the park being updated? What does "universally accessible playground" mean? How much will it cost? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to these questions and more.

We want to hear from you!

Thank you for your participation and feedback; the public engagement portion of the project is complete.

Public engagement opportunities included an online survey, drop-in open house, and on-site pop-up event. A "What We Heard" summary of public engagement is being prepared and will be available in the coming weeks.


View Royal's Parks System

The parks system is integral to the unique spirit of “place” in View Royal. Parks support and enhance the health of the community for residents, wildlife, and natural ecosystems. Developing and maintaining opportunities to connect people to nature and recreation through strategic investment and management is vital to maintaining the high quality of life in View Royal. Neighbourhood parks are generally small and respond to the open space and recreation needs of local residents. Amenities include passive and active recreation uses and open space.

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