Dog Off Leash Areas
Dogs are only allowed off-leash in designated areas within the city, noted below. In all other parks, dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. Know your dog owner responsibility - be respectful of other park users, keep dogs under control at all times and pick up after your dog. All dogs over the age of 6 months are required to have a dog license.
Explore our dog off-leash areas in Surrey. Expect to encounter dogs running free!
Clayton Dog-Off-Leash Park (70 Avenue and 188 Street)
Freedom Park (15452 - 84 Avenue)
- Tynehead Park (17200 Block of 96 Avenue)
- Serpentine Dog-Off-Leash Park (12589 - 76 Avenue)
- Blackie Spit Park (3136 - McBride Avenue)
Dogwood Park (13485 - 20 Avenue)
Pioneer Dog Off-Leash Park (3435 150 Street) Coming soon!
Dog Off-Leash Area Strategy
The City has recently developed a Dog Off-Leash Area Strategy (PDF. New window). The strategy was developed through a comprehensive public consultation process. The open house boards provide an overview of the consultation process, as well as a map of the existing and proposed off-leash areas across the City. In addition to providing a set of guidelines for the design and construction of new dog off-leash areas, the strategy identifies potential new sites across the City.
Potential New Dog Off-Leash Areas
Explore the locations that were identified for potential dog off-leash areas, including the Pioneer Dog Off-Leash Park which is the first new site to be constructed as part of the strategy. The following locations are still conceptual and are subject to additional community consulation.
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