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Bert Flinn Off-Leash Dog Park – Port Moody – BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Poop bags
David Avenue, Port Moody, BC, Canada
Summary: Bert Flinn Park is a wooded area with a large trail network on the north side of the Burrard Inlet. The off-leash area is a wide gravel trail / service road which runs about 750 meters into the park. From there you can explore many kilometers of on-leash trails.

Rocky Point Off-Leash Dog Park – Port Moody – 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
2800 Murray St, Port Moody, BC, Canada
Summary: Rocky Point Off-Leash Dog Park features a fully-fenced enclosure with a separate enclosure for small dogs. It backs onto the Shorline Trial (on-leash only) which wraps around the Burrard Inlet and offers beautiful views of the harbour and mountains as you make your way to Old Orchard Park.

South End of Hugh Street Off-Leash Dog Park, Port Moody, BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Swimming area (beach)
  • Poop bags
Hugh Street, Port Moody, BC, Canada
Summary: This park doesn’t have a proper name but the City of Port Moody has designated the wooded area at the south end of Hugh Street as an off-leash dog park.

Westhill Off-Leash Dog Park (Hike) – Port Moody – BC

Off-leash
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
  • Poop bags
203 Westhill Place, Port Moody, BC, Canada
Summary: Westhill Off-Leash Dog Park is a 2.2 km hike down the northeast side of Burnaby Mountain and back. With 100 meters of elevation and a couple side trails to explore, this is a nice hike to exercise both you and your dog.

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