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Aberdeen Hills Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
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
1245 Howe Road, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Aberdeen Hills Off-Leash Dog Park has a large enclosure with a separate enclosure for small dogs. They are fully fenced and gated and the large enclosure has a small shelter to escape the rain.

Arrowstone Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
220 Arrowstone Drive, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Arrowstone Off-Leash Dog Park is a small, unfenced area at the bottom of a large set of stairs. The grassy area at the bottom is overgrown and unusable, making this a short trail between two neighbourhoods.

Batchelor Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Poop bags
1142 Hook Drive, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Batchelor Off-Leash Dog Park has a small grassy area next to a playground and some dusty trails leading up the steep hillside. There are several access points to the park but the one that stands out as the main entrance is at 1142 Hook Drive.

Campbell Creek Nature Park, Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Swimming area (beach)
130 Lafarge Rd, Kamloops, BC V2C 6T5, Canada
Summary: The Campbell Creek Nature Park features off-leash trails and several small access points to the South Thompson River. There is a small dirt parking lot next to Fountain Tire and the Lafarge Road Bridge.

Capilano Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
1430 Capilano Place, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Capilano Off-Leash Dog Park is a large trail system on the hills just south of the South Thompson River. The trailhead is difficult to find because it appears to be on private property but the old concrete and gravel road in from the street is an old City access road to some old infrastructure.

Captured by Jo Photography – Kamloops, BC

  • Photography & Artistry
Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Captured by Jo is a Kamloops photographer featuring a wide variety of photo options, including portraits of your dog! She also often hosts special events (such as her large breed dog photo shoot) that include your furry friends. Check out her page for details.

Dallas-Barnhartvale Nature Park, Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
1210 Eliza Rd, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Dallas-Barnhartvale Nature Park off-leash dog park is a large trail network with trails of varying difficulty. The main trailhead and parking lot is near the entrance to the city dump on Eliza Road and there is a second trailhead and parking lot closer to Highway 1 on Dallas Drive.

Gleneagles Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
309 Chino Place, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Gleneagles Off-Leash Dog Park has a very small and inappropriate area next to a storm drain on the south side of the street and a trailhead to an inter-neighbourhood trail network which can take you to Gordonhorn Off-Leash Park on the north side of the street. Both sides of the road have a steep gravel decline. 

Gordonhorn Off-Leash Dog Park, Kamloops, BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Poop bags
301 Gordonhorn Crescent, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Summary: Gordonhorn Off-Leash Dog Park is a short inter-neighbourhood walk. The main area has an old paved path/road between Gordonhorn Crescent and Waddington Drive. There are several dirt/gravel paths which loop under the power lines and connect to several other neighbourhoods nearby.

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