Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park
Enjoy an afternoon at the Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park.
The large dog area of Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park is partially closed for improvements and scheduled to fully re-open mid-May. The small dog off-leash area is still open, for small dogs only. The parking lot may be impacted throughout the project.
Dawn until dusk
Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park was the first dog park in Surrey to be fully fenced with separate large and small dog areas. The park features a total enclosed area of 1.25 hectares (3 acres), making it one of the largest off-leash areas in the City.
The enclosed areas feature grass fields, forest and bushes, paved perimeter paths, benches, and a water fountain for dogs.
Parking is available off 188 Street.
In spring 2021, a hydroseed product is being added to the large dog area of the Clayton Dog off-leash park in order to grow new grass. This will provide a reliable, open turf area for park users rather than using gravel, sand, or wood chips.
The southern fenced area is anticipated to be closed for approximately 2 months while seeding is established and is scheduled to be reopened in mid-May 2021. The northern area will remain open for the spring.
We also plan to re-seed the northern portion of the large dog area in the fall of this year. This will allow us to keep a portion of the large dog area open throughout the year with minimal interruptions to service.
Thank you for your understanding while we continue with this park improvement project. For further information, call the City of Surrey at 604-501-5050 or email email@example.com.
Clayton Community Garden
At the east side of the park, just outside the fenced dog park, is the Clayton Community Garden, which was put forward by the Clayton Garden Group.
The goal of the Clayton Garden Group is to connect the community through gardening, grow fresh fruits and vegetables for members and those less fortunate, and use park space to educate people about gardening.
Clayton Park & Clayton Community Centre
The Clayton Dog Off-leash Park is connected to Clayton Park, which makes up part of the new greenspace at the Clayton Community Centre.