Dog Parks – Vancouver

By Pet Access Guy | March 29, 2013

imgres-15Welcome! What a better way to spend the weekend then at the off-leash dog park with your pooch? Please remember there is dog park etiquette, as well as each city has their own rules as well.

Balaclava Park 4594 Balaclava Street
Charleson Park 999 Charleson Street
Coopers Park 1020 Marinaside Crescent
Crab Park at Portside 101 E Waterfront Road
Devonian Harbour park 1929 W Georgia Street
Dusty Greenwall Park  2799 Wall Street 
Emery Barnes Park Davie Street & Richards Street
Everett Crowley Park 8200 Kerr Street 
Falasie Park 3434 Falaise Avenue
Fraser River Park 8705 Angus Drive
Fraserview Park 7800 Vivian St   
George Park 500 E 63rd Avenue
Hadden Park  1905 Ogden Avenue 
John Hendry (Trout Lake) 3300 Victoria Drive
Jones Park 5350 Commercial Street
Killarney Park 6205 Kerr Street
Kingscrest Park 4150 Knight Street
Locarno Park Extension NW Marine Drive and Trimble Street 
Musqueam Park 4000 SW Marine Drive 
Nat Bailey Stadium 4601 Ontario Street 
Nelson Park 1030 Bute Street 
New Brighton Park 3201 New Brighton Road
Oak Meadows Park W 37th Avenue & Oak Street
Queen Elizabeth Park 4600 Cambie Street
Quilchena Park 4590 Magnolia Street
Southeast False Creek Park  215 West 1st Avenue 
Spanish Banks Beach Park 4801 NW Marine Drive
Sparwood Park 6998 Arlington Street
Stanley Park 2000 W Georgia Street
Strathcona Park 857 Malkin Avenue
Sunset Park 300 E 53rd Avenue
Sunset Beach Park 1204 Beach Avenue
Tecumseh Park 300 E 53rd Avenue
Valdez Park 3210 W 22nd Avenue 
Sunrise Park 1950 Windermere Street



  • 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!

Rules specific to Vancouver 

-Owners are responsible for the actions of their dogs and must pick up and dispose of their dog’s waste. Owners must also have a valid license for their dog.

-Animal Control Bylaw enforcement takes place at all parks and beaches throughout the year and fines of between $250 and $2000 are issued to people who disobey the rules.

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