Dog Parks Abbotsford

Abbotsford Dog ParksDog Parks Abbotsford; The overall health and wellness of Fido depends greatly on their exercise and general maintenance. Dogs, like us, love getting out of the house and exploring the world around them. What better was to do that than be free in a dog park to explore and make new friends. We have sought out all the dog parks Abbotsford for you, now all you have to do is grab the leash and get Fido out of the house!

Please remember the parks are enjoyed by others as well as yourself so there are rules to abide by while you and your pet are visiting, so please remember your ‘PETIQUETTE’

1. Please obey all park rules and relevant parking requirements
2. Please avoid parking along residential roads and utilize the parking lots instead.
3. Dogs must be licensed.
4. Properly clean-up and dispose of your dog’s feces.
5. Handlers must have a leash with them for each dog.
6. Dogs must be under the control of and within sight of their handlers at all times.
7. Owners are personally liable for any damage or injury inflicted by their dogs.
8. Please ensure that all dogs are leashed before leaving the off-leash area.
9. Dogs must be leashed in all parks, except within designated off-leash areas.

We hope you enjoy the dog off-leash areas and have fun with your dogs.

Stoney Creek Dog Park - AbbotsfordStoney Creek Off Leash – Dog Parks Abbotsford

Located at: 34586 Bateman Road, Abbotsford. Right beside Bateman Park.

This park has three off-leash areas, between Bateman Park (along Bateman Rd) and Stoney Creek Park (along Latimer Street) that follow alongside the Creek. Our Fur-Babies need to be under voice control and kept out of the water so they don’t disturb the wildlife that live here.

Along the beautiful trails of this park you can see the Salmon migration from the pedestrian bridges, you have a chance to see many birds of prey like the Coopers Hawk, Red-Tailed hawk and Barred Owls. Also in this park is one of the largest Douglas Fir trees in Abbotsford. Its a beautiful park for your four-legged fur babes to frolic and socialize with other furry friends, and a great chance for dog owners to go and meet other dog owners.

Who Let The Dog’s Out?!?!

Stoney Creek Off Leash Park is handicapped accessible, has benches along the trails, free parking (the main parking is at Bateman Park), and restrooms. Please ensure to pick up after yourselves and your dogs, help keep our parks beautiful for everyone to enjoy. Dog Parks Abbotsford.



Gladwin Dog Park - Abbotsford, British ColumbiaGladwin Off Leash – Dog Parks Abbotsford

Gladwin Dog Park is located between Okanagan and Haida Drive on Gladwin Road.

Gladwin Dog park backs onto the Abbotsford Exhibition Grounds, it has free parking but if there is a large event taking place, you may encounter a lot of traffic, so it has free parking but watch out for cars.

This park is a big open space under the power lines that you dog can frolic around freely, the trails connect to the Discovery Trail as well as the trails that circle the entire Exhibition Grounds and leads to the BMX track, playground, soccer fields and the baseball diamonds.






Clearbrook Off Leash Dog Park - AbbotsfordClearbrook Dog Park

Located at: 5B5 Sparwood Street, Abbotsford, British Columbia.

Clearbrook Park is a large dog park, fully fenced off. There is a separate area for small dogs, both spaces are perfect to let Fido run. Just a warning though, the park does get muddy if it has been rainy. They always have bowls of water available too, its a nice touch for sure!







McKay Creek Dog Park - BC CanadaMcKay Creek Park

Located at: 3435 Eldridge Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia.

McKay Creek Park also referred to as Sumas Canal Dyke, has beautiful gravel trails along the dykes of the Sumas Canal. For the sake of wildlife preservation they ask that you keep your dogs out of the water. Along the trails are benches and beautiful scenery. There is a small parking lot but it is handicapped accessible.



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