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Alexander Park (off-leash dog park), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
1325 Bay Street, Victoria, BC, Canada
Summary: A small off leash dog park in Victoria, B.C. The dog park is fenced and there is playground equipment at the park for kids as well.

Banfield Park (off-leash dog park), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
521 Craigflower Rd, Victoria, BC, Canada
Summary: An open off-leash dog park in Victoria BC. Dogs are only allowed off-leash at certain dates and times. Check for off-leash hours before you visit.

Beaver Lake Regional Park (off-leash dog park), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Swimming area (beach)
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Between 5 and 10 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mostly flat
Bear Hill Road at Brookleigh Road, Victoria, BC, Canada
Summary: With the exception of the beach and picnic areas, which are clearly marked, dogs are welcome off-leash at Beaver Lake Regional Park. The park has long easy trails where you can take a stroll with your dog and several areas where your dog can cool down with a swim in the lake.

Gonzales Park and Beach (on-leash), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
1809 Crescent Rd, Victoria, BC, Canada
Summary: Gonzales Park is no longer an off-leash dog park – dogs must be on-leash at all times from September 1st to May 31st and dogs are not allowed on the beach at all during the summer months (June 1st to August 31st).

Oswald Park (off-leash dog park), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
3031 Cedar Hill Road, Victoria, BC, Canada
Summary: Oswald Park is an off-leash dog park in Victoria, BC with a walking path and green space for dogs to play.

Pemberton Park (off-leash dog park), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
1855 Richardson Street, Victoria, BC, Canada
Summary: Pemberton Park in Victoria BC has an off-leash dog area, sports fields, playground equipment and more.

Redfern Park (off-leash dog park), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
1700 Block Redfern St, Victoria, BC
Summary: Redfern Park is a small neighbourhood park with a playground and a small, partially-fenced grassy off-leash area.

Songhees Hillside Park (off-leash dog park), Victoria, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
40 Saghalie Rd, Victoria, BC, Canada
Summary: Songhees Hillside Park is a small neighbourhood park at the foot of several residential towers. It is not fenced or gated but it is mostly contained by the natural grade of the land and the flower gardens around its perimeter – and the views of the harbour are fantastic.
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