There are a number of trails that wind their way through the property and several nice picnic areas. Numerous buildings are spread throughout the woods …
Vehicles- Heritage Acres is home to a variety of vehicles, from retired transit bus to old cars, trucks and tractors.
School House – the Saanichton School was moved to the property and restored, one room has been refitted to show what the classrooms originally looked like and the rest of the building is available for group meetings and receptions
Moody Building – a one-time residence, private school and Tinsmith Shop that used to reside in downtown Victoria. It is thought to have arrived from England in 1859, the British pioneered the sturdy corrugated iron design of this building. World-wide there are few iron buildings of this vintage in existence, this is an extremely rare and significant artifact
The Hatch Building – This building will house the 1/4 scale model streetcars built by the late Gordon Hatch. These models represent streetcars that ran in Victoria until 1948. The interurban ran from Victoria to Deep Cove from 1913 to 1924
Old vehicles and equipment of all kinds can be found all over the property. The Vancouver Island Model Engineers (V.I.M.E.) share the property with the S.H.A.S. and offer rides to the public on exhibition days on their scale model trains.