Dog Parks Langley

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Dog Parks Langley

There are amazing places in your neighborhood designed especially for your four-legged fur-baby to frolic and enjoy! Dog parks are designed for the well trained dogs to enjoy some off leash time to make friends and enjoy some free running time.

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

Dog Park Etiquette
1. Each dog park usually has its own set of Rules posted – please ensure you follow them so you and your pet have a safe and enjoyable visit!

2. Ensure your dog’s vaccinations are up-to-date.

3. NEVER bring a sick dog or a female dog in heat to a dog park.

4. Fenced, off-leash dog parks are for DOGS and can be dangerous for small children. Parents should ensure their young children are as controlled as their pets!

5. Keep your dog on-leash until inside the dog park’s fenced area. You MUST maintain control of your dog at all times. If your dog does not respond to voice control, they can’t be allowed off leash.

6. Your dog must never be left unattended.

7. If your dog gets too excited or rough, leash the dog and immediately leave the park.

8. Please leave dog treats and toys in your bag as dogs could fight over them.

9. Always clean up after your dog!

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Campbell Valley Regional Park

Campbell Valley Regional Trail has a campsite, picnic areas, tons of natural trails to explore. This park is a perfect habitat for wildlife from birds to bears, this park has forests, grasslands, vistas and wetlands all combined into one beautiful place.

Parking is located off 4th Avenue and 204th Street. There are 2 separate Off Leash Parks, the main one is on the corner of 4th Avenue and 204th Street. Further down 4th Avenue is the Seasonal Dog Off Leash Park.

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Brae Island Regional Park

Brae Island Regional Park has a 4.2 loop trail along McMillan Island. It’s a beautiful walk alongside the Bedford Channel which is part of the Fraser River. You can extend your walk by going over the bridge and taking the Fort to Fort Trail.

Located at 9451 Glover Road, Langley, British Columbia.
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Derby Reach Regional Park

Stretched along the Fraser River, this park has4 fully fenced dog enclosures, three big dog and one small dog. It has benches, lots of trees, picnic tables and free poop bags are provided.

Located at 20538 Allard Crescent, Langley, British Columbia.
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Aldergrove Regional Park

There is a beautiful Off Leash area for your furry friends to frolic and enjoy. Two fully fenced areas, one for large dogs and one specifically for small dogs to enjoy.

Located at 27240 8th Avenue, Aldergrove, British Columbia.

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Brookswood Dog Park – Langley Dog Parks

Also known as Uplands Dog Off Leash Park, it is 18 acres of fully fenced land, perfect for your furry friend.

Located at 44a Avenue and 206th Street,Langley, British Columbia.
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Off Leash Park – Langley Dog Parks

Also known as Walnut Grove Off Leash, as that’s the neighborhood in which it resides, this off leash dog park is fully fenced in and has a sectioned off area just for small dogs. There are benches and garbage disposal cans on site. It also has a hose to hydrate your dog and also good for rinsing off your pet after they’re done their play time, especially since this park can acquire some pretty muddy spots if it was raining.

Located at 95th Avenue and 213 Street, Langley, British Columbia.
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Old Yale Dog Park

This dog park has a fully fenced area that has a dirt path around a patch of grass with a portable washroom on site as well.

Located at 4634 224 Street, Langley, British Columbia

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