Located in Delta near the Boundary Bay Airport, the North 40 Park Reserve has more bald eagles than you can shake a stick at! It’s a pretty awesome sight to see so many of them in one place. When we visited the park there were an abundance of photographers there to take pictures of the eagles and their enormous nests.
This large nature reserve is the historic site of The Vancouver Wireless Station which housed approximately 500 people during the Second World War. The buildings are gone, but their foundations, roads and other infrastructure are still there and fun to explore. The entire area is made up of small paved blocks that you can wander along. Take in the remaining infrastructure, watch the eagles soar above you and check out the trees growing out of large ponds filled with water. Exploring this park is a lot of fun and definitely a unique dog park experience.
The park includes both paved roads as well as a large field at the back where your dog can go for a run. It is very flat and can get wet and muddy when it rains. So if you plan to explore the field area bring along your rubber boots.
The whole park is off-leash and includes a designated area towards the back of the park for commercial dog walking.
Parking at North 40 Park Reserve
There is parking at the entrance to the North 40 Park Reserve. Vehicles can park along the road (angle and parallel spots available). While parking is limited I have always found a spot when visiting the park.