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Beaufort Park (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Poop bags
1055 Chelsea Crescent, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Summary: A neighbourhood off-leash dog park with an open field and on-leash gravel paths which wind through the greenbelt. Parking is available at Chelsea Court.

Beban Park (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, 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
  • Poop bags
2200 Labieux Rd, Nanaimo, BC V9T 6J9
Summary: Beban Park is a large multi-use park. The off-leash dog park has a large fully-fenced enclosure and a separate fenced small-dog enclosure.

Cable Bay Trail (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Swimming area (beach)
  • Poop bags
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Moderate
2645, 2705 Nicola Rd, Nanaimo, BC V9X 1N4
Summary: A short 2 km off-leash hike leading to a little bay where dogs can play in the water. The trail is a bit steep and has several sets of stairs.

Colliery Dam (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Swimming area (beach)
  • Drinking water
  • Poop bags
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Less than 1 kilometer
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mostly flat
  • Mild
Colliery Dam Park, Wakesiah Ave, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Summary: The off-leash park is a short hike on a trail around the upper lake (above the dam). There are several places around the lake where your dog can swim.

Diver Lake Park (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Swimming area (beach)
2413 Black Franks Drive, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Summary: This park is off-leash from October to April only. The off-leash area is the soccer field and ball diamond, across from the tennis courts.

Invermere Beach Park (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Swimming area (beach)
6421 Invermere Road, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Summary: Invermere Beach features a small, rocky beach which is accessed by a short trail from the end of Invermere Road. It is a designated off-leash beach.

May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
  • No dogs allowed areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Poop bags
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Less than 1 kilometer
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mostly flat
May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Summary: The off-leash dog park is in the wooded area with informal trails at the north end of the park. There is parking available on Schook Road.

Morden Colliery Regional Trail (off-leash dog park), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
1830 Morden Road, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Summary: The Morden Colliery Regional Trail connects two Provincial parks. The trail itself is off-leash and you will find lots of historic mining remnants there.

Morrell Nature Sanctuary (on-leash trails), Nanaimo, BC

Leashing Requirements:
  • On-leash areas
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Trail length:
  • More than 10 kilometers
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mild
  • Moderate
787 Nanaimo Lakes Road, Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Summary: A 111 hectare nature reserve with well marked hiking trails and one accessible trail. Your dogs are welcome to hike with you on-leash only.
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