Dog Off Leash Areas

Surrey offers a number of dog-off-leash areas across the city for dogs and their owners to explore. It is important to remember that dogs are only allowed off-leash in these designated areas. In all other parks, dogs must be kept on a leash at all times.

Review the Surrey Dog Off-Leash Area Strategy to learn about future dog off-leash areas in the City, and about how we plan, design and operate these unique parks. 

Know your dog owner responsibility - be respectful of other park users, keep dogs under control at all times and pick up after your dog. And remember, 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! 

Panorama Park

Panorama Park

Drop by Panorama Park, one of Newton's newest parks. Check out the dog off-leash area or spend some time with the kids at the playground.

Clayton Dog Park

Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park

Take your dog to the Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park, the first park in Surrey to have separate small dog and large dog areas.

dogwood park

Dogwood Park

Bring your dog to the dog off leash area or enjoy a stroll on the trails through the natural areas at Dogwood Park.

Blackie Spit Park

Blackie Spit

Bring your pup or your binoculars to this South Surrey park, featuring park shelters, picnic areas and natural area trails.

Kennedy Park

Kennedy Park

Check out the resurfaced tennis courts, or take your dog for a run in the off-leash area at Kennedy Park in Whalley.

Freedom Dog Park

Freedom Dog Park

Take your pup for some fun in the dog off-leash area, or walk along the trails of Freedom Dog Park.

serpentine dog park

Serpentine Dog-Off-Leash Park

Take your dog off-leash at the Serpentine Dog Park in Newton.

tannery road park

Tannery Park

Take your dog for a walk along the water or through natural area trails at Tannery Road Park in North Surrey.

Tynehead Overpass

Tynehead Regional Park

Explore the nature trails, go fishing, or take your dog for a run at Tynehead Regional Park in Surrey.