The Morrell Nature Sanctuary is 111 hectares of land that owned by the “Nature Trust of British Columbia.” It is managed by the Morrell Nature Sanctuary Society for the purpose of environmental education. The park is maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers.
Dogs at Morrell Nature Sanctuary
Dogs are welcome on-leash at the Morrell Nature Sanctuary. You will even find a “dog station” at the entrance to the trail system with water bowls and garbage cans.
Your dog is sure to enjoy walking with you on the beautifully maintained and marked trails throughout the sanctuary. The trails are wide and some may have stairs or boardwalks.
As you explore the trails you will find plenty of informative signage. There are also maps posted periodically throughout the trails to help you stay on track.
Parking at Morrell Nature Sanctuary
There is a fairly large parking lot at the sanctuary in front of the administration building. Parking is free. You will also find garbage cans and pit toilets for your convenience.
Support for the Morrell Nature Sanctuary
If you would like to support the sanctuary you can donate to them via their webpage. Volunteers have also developed a colourful guide including pictures of plants, birds and wildlife you can find in the park. These books sell for $10 and go to support the upkeep of the park.