Coquitlam Off-Leash Dog Parks Roundup

Coquitlam Off-Leash Dog Parks Map
Source: Google Maps

Coquitlam has 6 off-leash dog parks

  • 4 with fully fenced and gated enclosures
  • 3 with a separate enclosure for small dogs
  • 2 with off-leash hiking trails

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Bramble Park

Features
  • Fenced and gated enclosure
Description

You’ll find this off-leash dog park in the Eagle Ridge area of Coquitlam along the route of the Coquitlam Crunch Trail.  It is simply a large fenced enclosure under the power lines.  Parking is available on Panorama Drive or at Bramblewood Elementary School Park.  From there it is a short walk down the hill to the dog park.

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Glen Park

Features
  • Fenced and gated enclosure
  • Separate fenced and gated enclosure for small dogs
Description

You'll find this off-leash dog park in Coquitlam just down the road from Lafarge Lake.  It has a large fenced enclosure and a separate small-dog fenced enclosure.  There is plenty of parking in the parking lot off of Westwood Street as well as street parking on Pipeline Road.

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Leigh Park

Features
  • Fenced and gated enclosure
  • Separate fenced and gated enclosure for small dogs
Description

You'll find this off-leash dog park in the Burke Mountain area of Coquitlam a couple blocks from Coast Meridian Road and David Avenue.  It has a large fenced enclosure and a separate enclosure for small dogs. Both have a sand/gravel base which is not too coarse for sensitive paws.  Street parking is available on Toronto Street, Roxton Avenue or Soball Street.

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Miller Park

Features
  • Unfenced grass field
Description

This dog park is not fenced at all and doesn't have much for features, but it is a good size and is located right next to the parking lot so you can hop out of the car and step onto the grass playing field.  There is a short trail which loops down along the creek, up to the ball diamond on the west side of the park, and back around to the off-leash area.  It won't take long to do the loop but it is a pretty walk.

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Mundy Park

Features
  • Fenced and gated enclosure
  • Separate fenced and gated enclosure for small dogs
  • Off-leash hiking trails
Description

Mundy Park Off-Leash Dog Park has a large fenced enclosure, a smaller fenced enclosure for small dogs, and off-leash trails.  It is located on Mariner Drive between Como Lake Avenue and Austin Avenue.  It's on the southern slope and has beautiful views of the Fraser River and the Port Mann Bridge.  Unfortunately the trails have time restrictions which only allow dogs off-leash from dawn to 10:00 am daily.

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Ridge Park

Features
  • Off-leash hiking trails
Description

Ridge Park is a large, heavily wooded area on the Westwood Plateau in Coquitlam. It offers challenging off-leash hiking trails with significant elevation gains.  There are many access points from the side streets off Parkway Boulevard and Plateau Boulevard.

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