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Chilliwack and Cultus Lake Off-Leash Dog Parks and Hikes Roundup

Chilliwack and Cultus Lake Off-Leash Dog Parks Map

Chilliwack and Cultus Lake have 7 officially designated off-leash dog parks or hikes:

  • 4 with fully fenced and gated enclosures
  • 2 with a separate enclosure for small dogs
  • 2 with off-leash hiking trails
  • 1 with a beach or swimming area

Click through to our directory listings for more details, pictures, maps and links.


Off-Leash Parks and Hikes

Vedder Off-Leash Dog Park, Chilliwack, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
Dog Features:
  • Fully fenced and gated off-leash enclosure
  • Double gated entry (to the off-leash enclosure)
  • Small dog enclosure (fully fenced & gated)
  • Drinking water
  • Poop bags
45450 Petawawa Road, Chilliwack, BC, Canada
Summary: The Vedder Park Dog Off-Leash Area is a large, fully-fenced and gated enclosure with a separate small-dog enclosure. It is located near the Vedder Bridge on the Chilliwack River. Access is off Petawawa Road and there is plenty of parking.

Vedder North Dyke Trail (off-leash path), Chilliwack, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Less than 1 kilometer
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
  • Between 5 and 10 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mostly flat
5200 Sumas Prairie Rd, Chilliwack, BC V2R 4P9, Canada
Summary: The Vedder North Dyke Off-Leash Trail extends from Webster Road to Keith Wilson Bridge. Parking is available at Webster Road, Lickman Road, Hopedale Road and the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve. It is a multi-use trail which also allows cycling and horseback riding.

Teapot Hill On-Leash Hike, Cultus Lake, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • On-leash areas
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Less than 1 kilometer
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mild
Columbia Valley Highway, Cultus Lake, BC, Canada
Summary: A popular dog-friendly (on-leash only) hiking trail at Cultus Lake with beautiful views from the top. Be sure to count the teapots and teacups on your way up!

Sheffield Off-Leash Dog Park, Chilliwack, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Fully fenced and gated off-leash enclosure
  • Double gated entry (to the off-leash enclosure)
  • Small dog enclosure (fully fenced & gated)
  • Drinking water
7215 Sheffield Way, Chilliwack, BC, Canada
Summary: Sheffield Off-Leash Dog Park has a large fully-fenced enclosure and a separate enclosure for small-dogs on a lush grass field. It has a good size parking lot on the corner of Webb Avenue and Sheffield Way.

Seven Sisters Trail On-Leash Hike, Cultus Lake, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • On-leash areas
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mild
Columbia Valley Highway, Cultus Lake, BC, Canada
Summary: The Seven Sisters trail connects the Entrance Bay Provincial campsite with the Clear Creek Provincial campsite. In the middle of the trail you will find the “Seven Sisters” – a grouping of old growth Douglas Fir trees.

Maple Bay Off-Leash Dog Beach, Cultus Lake, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
Dog Features:
  • Swimming area (beach)
3179 Columbia Valley Road, Cultus Lake, BC, Canada
Summary: The off-leash dog beach at Maple Bay is located between the boat launch and the day-use area. The shore is very rocky and uncomfortable if you’re hoping to throw down a towel and enjoy the sun, but your dog will have a great time.

Lindeman Lake Trails (on-leash hike), Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • On-leash areas
Trail difficulty:
  • Intermediate
Trail length:
  • Less than 1 kilometer
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
  • Between 5 and 10 kilometers
  • More than 10 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Moderate
Lindeman Lake, Fraser Valley E, BC, Canada
Summary: If you’re looking for a dog-friendly, moderately challenging hike to a gorgeous lake, you will want to try Lindeman Lake. Unfortunately, dogs must be on-leash, but it is a hike you won’t want to pass over.

Jade Bay Boat Launch Dog Beach – Cultus Lake, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
Dog Features:
  • Swimming area (beach)
3499 Columbia Valley Highway, Cultus Lake, BC, Canada
Summary: The off-leash dog beach at Jade Bay is located between the boat launch and Entrance Bay Day-Use area. The shore is very rocky but there is plenty of waterfront.

Island 22 Regional Park (off-leash dog park), Chilliwack, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
Dog Features:
  • Fully fenced and gated off-leash enclosure
  • Double gated entry (to the off-leash enclosure)
  • Small dog enclosure (fully fenced & gated)
Island 22, Chilliwack, BC, Canada
Summary: An off-leash dog park featuring a very large fully-fenced enclosure, separate fenced enclosure for small dogs and on-leash trails along the river.

Cultus Lake Plaza Off-Leash Dog Park, Cultus Lake, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Fully fenced and gated off-leash enclosure
4125 Columbia Valley Rd, Cultus Lake, BC
Summary: A large, fully-fenced, grassy off-leash dog park. The park is located across the street from the Cultus Lake water slides.

Cultus Lake Beach Off-Leash Dog Park, Cultus Lake, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
Dog Features:
  • Swimming area (beach)
  • Poop bags
50 Sunnyside Blvd, Cultus Lake, BC, Canada
Summary: A small off-leash beach located in front of Sunnyside Campground at Cultus Lake, next to the public boat launch at the end of Sunnyside Boulevard.

Chilliwack Community Forest (off-leash trails), Chilliwack, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Trail length:
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
  • Between 5 and 10 kilometers
  • More than 10 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mild
  • Moderate
51642 Allan Rd, Chilliwack, BC, Canada
Summary: The Chilliwack Community Forest is a mixed-use trail network in the east side of Chilliwack which allows dogs off-leash. The trails are in great shape and they’re well signed at every intersection.

Bosumarne Falls Off-Leash Hike, Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mild
Chilliwack Lake Road, Hope, BC, Canada
Summary: A relatively short, off-leash hike to a lower and upper falls, approximately 2kms before the Lindeman Lake parking area on Chilliwack Lake Road. 

On-Leash Parks and Hikes

On-leash only

Summary:

The Seven Sisters trail connects the Entrance Bay Provincial campsite with the Clear Creek Provincial campsite. In the middle of the trail you will find the "Seven Sisters" - a grouping of old growth Douglas Fir trees.

On-leash only

Summary:

A popular hiking trail at Cultus Lake, BC with beautiful views from the top. Be sure to count the teapots and teacups on your way up!


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