Dog Parks – Coquitlam, Parksville & Qualicum Beach!

By Pet Access Guy | April 26, 2013

We’re nearing the end of April and I’ve really been enjoying the weather! Going to get into camping season pretty quick here, which means plenty of adventures for us!imgres-19

Why not start a (local) adventure this weekend, by visiting your local dog park? Sounds like a great idea!!


  • Keep your pet on leash if there isn’t a sign stating that dogs may run off-leash.
  • Always carry a leash even in a leash-free area. You never know when you may need it.
  • Don’t let your dog harass other pets, people, or wildlife.
  • Make sure your dog has reliable recall if you allow him to run off-leash.
  • Always keep your dog in sight and within voice range.
  • Make sure your dog is up-to-date on his vaccinations.
  • Don’t bring female dogs in heat to the dog park.
  • Don’t bring young puppies. Their immune systems are not yet fully developed.
  • Never bring more dogs than you can handle if a situation were to arise.
  • Don’t bring toys – they may cause guarding or territorial issues.
  • If your dog starts behaving aggressively, leash him immediately and leave.
  • Leash-free areas are not suitable for aggressive dogs.
  • No digging! Fill in any holes your dog has created.
  • Respect the rules of the dog park.
  • Clean up after your dog… every time!


Bramble Park 2775 Panorama Drive
Miller Park 870 Oakview Street
Mundy Park  501 Mariner Way
Ridge Park



Springwood Park


Qualicum Beach:

One across the street from the Qualicum Beach Airport entrance where Rupert Rd. E and Bennett Rd. meet 
The other one is a trail system behind the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre with access from the parking lot on the back corner


If you discover an awesome off leash dog area in your town, please let me know about it!

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