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Vince the Pug

Photo Credit: @vince_thepug

Who better to spend a summer day with than your favourite furry friend? Unfortunately, you can’t take your dogs onto White Rock Beach, promenade or the pier, but don’t worry, Fido doesn’t have to miss out on the fun! Here are 5 terrific places in White Rock to hang with man’s (or woman’s) best friend.

Semiahmoo Park
Semiahmoo Park is a beachside park located just beyond East beach, and is where our furry friend Vince the Pug is hanging out in the photo above. It is a dog friendly place to run around, and let your pupper play. And as a bonus you don’t have to miss out on the ocean view!

Centennial Park
Centennial Park is a large park located near North Bluff Road towards the West side of White Rock Beach. This is a recreational sports and kids play area with loads of green space and …  an off leash dog area. This park is perfect for the entire family, and especially your pet.

Bayview Park
If you are a big fan of West Beach and you are looking for somewhere to bring your dog, check out Bayview Park. Its beachside location makes it in ideal White Rock location to enjoy a walk (on leash) with your dog.

Coldicutt Park
Coldicutt Park neighbours the secret White Rock lookout point. This is a great place to go for a walk (on leash) with your dog, spend time in nature and get an awesome view.

Maccaud Park
If you are looking to get away from the beach and spend some time surrounded by majestic green trees, head over to Maccaud park. This park has great trails for both humans and on-leash dogs.

Note: White Rock City Council approved a one-year trial program to permit dogs on the promenade during the off-season. For 2019 only at this point, leashed dogs will be permitted on the White Rock promenade from Oct 1 – Mar 31.

2 responses to “It’s a Dog’s Life

  1. I see dogs on the promenade every day, (June 2019) and this is not the off season. Who monitors this activity?

    1. The City of White Rock By-laws department would be responsible for enforcing the no dogs on the promenade by-law.

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