Dogs are only allowed off-leash on the trails on the east side of Marine Drive. They must be leashed everywhere else in the park.
The trails are short but beautiful. The terrain is quite varied going from groomed paths to rocky areas and stumps and roots. It is not an appropriate trail for anyone with mobility issues.
You will find peak-a-boo views through the trees and plenty of beautiful scenery as you explore with your dog.
Whytecliff Park is well known for scuba diving. It even features a ramp for divers with disabilities. Anemones, crab, harbour seals, lingcod, rockfish, sculpin and starfish are regulars in these waters. If you're lucky you'll come across a giant octopus or wolf eel.
- Off-leash trails
- Picnic tables
- Tennis court
- Flush toilets
- Standard garbage cans
- Between 1 and 5 kilometers
- Dirt or gravel
- Exposed roots
Looking for a dog park?
We’re slowly adding all the dog parks in British Columbia to our park directory.
We currently have:
Help us out a little?
If you are aware of an officially designated off-leash dog park or trail that we haven’t listed yet, we would love to hear from you!
It only takes a moment to shoot us a quick message.
You will be helping your fellow dog-lovers find appropriate places to exercise their dogs and build a strong community.