South Dyke Dog Park, Richmond, BC

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Park Features
Leashing Requirements:
  • Off-leash areas
  • On-leash areas
Dog Features:
  • Off-leash trails
Park Governance: City, Municipal, Township, etc.
Trail Features
Trail difficulty:
  • Beginner
Trail length:
  • Between 1 and 5 kilometers
Trail terrain:
  • Dirt or gravel
Trail elevation gain:
  • Mostly flat

This charming off-leash dog park has a waterfront trail and greenspace for dogs to play and explore. It is very large park at 6.81 acres and has some water access, if  your dog can scramble over the shoreline rocks.

Want to get some exercise along with your dog? The long path is perfect for a walk or a jog.

If you prefer to relax, there are plenty of park benches located through the park so you can  enjoy the view while your dog plays. If you or your dog are thirsty there is also a human and dog water fountain for you to use.

As you wander along the path you will find plenty of garbage bins, so no excuse for not scooping and disposing of your dog poop. The end of the off-leash is clearly marked with signage so you will know when to turn around.

Is There Parking at the South Dyke Dog-Park?

Yes! There is a small parking lot at the entrance to the trail. Parking is free.


A picture of the entrance to South Dyke Off-Leash Dog Park in Richmond BC
South Dyke Off Leash Dog Park Richmond BC 2
Two dogs sniff each other at the South Dyke Off-Leash Dog Park in Richmond, BC
A picture of the path at the South Dyke Off-Leash dog park in Richmond, BC
A picture of the park, water fountain and path at the South Dyke Off-Leash Dog Park in Richmond, BC
A picture of the path at the South-Dyke off-leash park in Richmond, BC. There is a German shepherd in the corner of the picutre.
13900 No. 3 Road

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