• May 3, 2018

Local Dog Parks: North Delta

Local Dog Parks: North Delta

Local Dog Parks: North Delta 800 534 Superior Canine

GUIDE TO LOCAL DOG PARKS: NORTH DELTA

Get out and explore all North Delta has to offer. We’ve put together a list of walk-worthy spots to visit the next time you’re taking your dog for a stroll. With plenty of trees, grassy areas, and wildlife, you’ll appreciate taking in the sights while your dog sniffs around.

COUGAR CANYON (NORTH DELTA, BC)

Cougar Canyon is home to an abundance of plants and wildlife, but you’ll be happy to know there’s a designated off-leash area for your dog, too. Given the focus on environmental preservation, make sure you’re particularly respectful to the natural beauty, birds, and animals in the area. As long as your dog is under control, you can enjoy trails through the forest to fully immerse yourself in all that the park has to offer.

DELVIEW PARK (NORTH DELTA, BC)

People (and pets) of all ages can enjoy visiting Delview Park in North Delta, BC. Your family members can spend the day participating in activities on the sports fields, and youngsters can even stay occupied on the playground. Your dog, on the other hand, is sure to love the designated area where they can be allowed off-leash. It’s a great opportunity for your dog to socialize, as well as to play a game of fetch with you.

SCOTT 72 PARK RESERVE (NORTH DELTA, BC)

As you know, we’re big fans of areas where you can let your dog off-leash, which is why we recommend Scott 72 Park Reserve. Bring along a frisbee so your dog can get in their exercise for the day. It’s beneficial for both their physical and mental health. Tiring your dog out in a healthy way makes them less prone to unwanted behaviour due to boredom, so it’s a win-win situation. When you’re finished with your game of fetch, you can head over to the trails for a quiet walk.

HUFF HYDRO PARK (NORTH DELTA, BC)

Huff Hydro Park, like many of the outdoor areas in North Delta, offers scenic trails where you can get some fresh air while walking your dog. You can also visit the off-leash area to allow your dog to play and socialize without restraint. As always, be sure to keep your dog within sight and under control in the off-leash area. We recommend taking the opportunity to practice commands while your dog is surrounded by new sights and smells, since it’s great for training.

DEVON GARDENS PARK (NORTH DELTA, BC)

There’s lots of open space at Devon Gardens Park. Bring along your furry friend on a sunny afternoon for an enjoyable dog walk. You can find parking available on-site, so it’s convenient for people from all areas to visit. The off-leash area is ideal for your loyal companion to play in. You can bring along your whole family for a visit to this park, since there’s a playground available as well. Just keep in mind dogs aren’t allowed near the playground.


Which park will you choose for your next outdoor adventure with your dog? Let us know in the comments, and make sure you share this list with a friend you’d like to bring along. Dog walks are the perfect opportunity to bond with your furry friends, as well as to meet other dog owners in your area. Your dog is sure to appreciate the opportunity to explore a new spot, no matter which one you head to next.

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