Beaver Lodge Forest Lands (off-leash dog park), Campbell River, BC

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Park Governance: Regional (Provincial or State)

The Beaver Lodge Forest Lands were donated to the Province of British Columbia by the Elk River Timber Company in 1931. They now make up an extensive trail system that you can enjoy with your dog off-leash. The trails are multi-use, and you may meet mountain bikers or horses along your walk. Some trails are wheelchair accessible.

There is also a variety of wildlife that frequent the forest, including black bears, cougars, owls, bald eagles, beavers, etc. Your dog must be well behaved and under control, while you are using the trails.

We visited the trails while camping near Campbell River and had a great time exploring the forest, meeting other dogs (we didn't see any horses on our visit), and checking out the beaver pond, hoping to spot a beaver swimming by. Avy left a tired and happy dog. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.


Trail map - Beaver Lodge Park - Campbell River BC
Source: City of Campbell River
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Features
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
Washrooms:
  • Pit toilets
Trail Features
Other Features (Trails & Hikes):
  • Horse trails
  • Mountain bike trails
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
  • Between 5 and 10 kilometers
  • More than 10 kilometers
Trail terrain:
  • Dirt or gravel
  • Exposed roots
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mostly flat
Beaver Lodge Lands, South Dogwood Street, Campbell River, BC, Canada

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