Dog Off-leash Areas
Find out about Surrey’s designated dog off-leash parks.
Surrey has many designated dog off-leash parks in each of our communities. Dogs must be kept on a leash in Surrey parks except in these designated off-leash areas.
Dog off-leash parks in Surrey are open from dawn until dusk.
|Park Name||Address||Separate Area for Small Dogs||Town Centre|
|Bear Creek Park||8448 King George Blvd||No||Whalley|
|Blackie Spit Park||3136 McBride Avenue||No||South Surrey|
|Bolivar Park||13445 115 Avenue||No||Whalley|
|Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park||7011 188 Street||Yes||Cloverdale|
|Dogwood Park||13485 20 Avenue||No||South Surrey|
|Forsyth Park||10635 140 Street||Yes||Whalley|
|Fraser View Park||11210 159A Street||No||Guildford|
|Freedom Dog Park||15452 84 Avenue||No||Fleetwood|
|Hawthorne Rotary Park||10740 142A St||No||Whalley|
|Kennedy Park||12171 90 Avenue||Yes||Whalley|
|Panorama Park||12915 60 Avenue||No||Newton|
|Serpentine Dog-Off Leash Park||12589 76 Avenue||No||Newton|
|Tannery Park||10761 Dyke Road||No||Whalley|
|Tynehead Regional Park||168 Street Parking lot (by pedestrian overpass)||No||Guildford|
|Wills Brook Park||2955 160 Street||No||South Surrey|
Dog Off-Leash Park Tips
- Be a responsible dog owner when visiting Surrey parks. Owners with dogs off-leash in undesignated areas are subject to fines up to $2,000. Please refer to the Surrey Animal Responsibility Bylaw and the Surrey Parks Regulation Bylaw for more information.
- All dogs over the age of 3 months must have a dog licence.
- All dog off-leash parks are fully fenced except Freedom, Tannery and Dogwood.
Review Surrey’s Dog Off-Leash Area Strategy to learn about future dog off-leash areas in the City and about how Surrey plans, designs and operates these unique parks.