• July 9, 2018

Local Dog Parks: South Delta

Local Dog Parks: South Delta

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GUIDE TO LOCAL DOG PARKS: SOUTH DELTA

From forests to beaches, South Delta has it all. We love exploring the off-leash dog parks in Ladner and Tsawwassen while soaking in their natural beauty and quiet atmosphere. If you’re a local resident, you’re sure to know all of the best spots, but these hidden gems are worthwhile destinations for visitors as well. As always, bring along your dog’s favourite toy for an off-leash game of fetch, or take the opportunity practice the basic dog training commands in a new environment. Either way, yourself and your furry friend are sure to have a great time!

NORTH 40 PARK RESERVE (SOUTH DELTA, BC)

We’ll started off by highlighting the best off-leash dog parks in Ladner. First, there’s North 40 Park Reserve. Even if you’re not from the area, we suggest checking out this spot on the next sunny afternoon. There’s parking available on-site, making it a convenient option if you want to let your dog get some exercise without the confinement of a leash. Take advantage of the designated off-leash area, or explore the scenic walking trail along with your furry friend.

PATERSON PARK (SOUTH DELTA, BC)

Paterson Park is another great dog-friendly destination in Ladner. Take a spin around the walking track, then let your dog roam off-leash in the grassy areas. Your pooch is sure to enjoy sniffing around through the grass, as well as socializing with other dogs. Don’t forget to keep an eye on your dog to ensure they’re within your care and control at all times. As long as you do, a visit to Paterson Park is sure to be a pleasant experience for both yourself and your dog!

BEACH GROVE PARK (SOUTH DELTA, BC)

Kicking off the list of the best dog parks in Tsawwassen, we have to feature Beach Grove Park. With mature trees, luscious grass, and even wildlife such as owls and eagles, this park has it all. It’s now a designated off-leash area, so you can let your dog run and play with more freedom than a leash would allow. Bring along a book and take a seat at one of the benches while your dog enjoys socializing with the local pups and their owners.

BOUNDARY BAY DYKE TRAIL (SOUTH DELTA, BC)

Just down the street from Beach Grove Park, you’ll find another great spot to bring your dog. Leash up, then head over to the access point for the Boundary Bay Dyke Trail for a scenic walk along the water. The gravel trail is good for rainy days when you want to avoid muddy paws and boots, but keep in mind it can get windy during stormy weather. While your dog must be kept on-leash, the endless shoreline sights and smells will satisfy your dog’s curiosity.

BOUNDARY BEACH PARK RESERVE (SOUTH DELTA, BC)

Boundary Beach Park is sure to be a popular destination among your whole family. Centennial Beach is the ultimate summer spot for older kids to play in the sand and water, and you can all take your dog around the grassy fields, forest, and off-leash area. Parking is available on-site, so don’t forget to pack your car with not only your dog’s favourite toys, but also your binoculars or camera equipment for your own enjoyment. Once you arrive in the park, you’ll be able to spot an abundance of birds and other small wildlife.

DENNISON PARK (SOUTH DELTA, BC)

Another family-friendly spot in Tsawwassen is Dennison Park. With sporting areas for football, baseball, and more, your whole family can join in on the fun when you visit this park. There’s even an off-leash area specifically for dogs, so your furry friend won’t be left out of the action. This park has plenty of amenities, including parking and washrooms, making it another drive-worthy destination if you want to check out somewhere new beyond your own neighbourhood.

PEBBLE HILL PARK (SOUTH DELTA, BC)

Like many of the parks in Tsawwassen, Pebble Hill Park has all of the amenities you need to have a comfortable visit with your dog, spouse, and even your kids. There are parking spots and washrooms, as well as sporting areas for baseball and other activities. Let your dog socialize and play with other pups in the off-leash area, or head around the walking trails to get some exercise together.


No matter if you head to Ladner or Tsawwassen, both yourself and your dog will love getting your daily dose of exercise and fresh air at the many dog-friendly parks in South Delta. Keeping your dog under control in the off-leash areas is essential for everyone’s safety and enjoyment, so don’t forget to practice these commands with your dog, or hire a professional trainer to come along with you. Once you’ve explored all South Delta has to offer, read our Guide to Local Dog Parks to find new spots in the surrounding areas.

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