Dog Friendly Activities in Cobble Hill, BC

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Cobble Hill, and 36 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Cobble Hill.

Pet Friendly Cherry Point Nature Park
Cherry Point Nature Park Located in Cobble Hill, Cherry Point Nature Park is an ocean waterfront park with stunning views across the channel to Separation Point and Saltspring Island. This beach is teeming with life and offers many nature viewing opportunities. Dogs are welcome. See Details
Pet Friendly MaCaulay Point Park
MaCaulay Point Park Once you go past Flemming Beach and Buxton Green to the breakwater it opens up to an off leash paradise for pups and stunning views for their owners. If you want a social gathering head here on a weekday at about 5:30pm and all the locals and their dogs are out. The locals meet on top of the hill but there are 2 looping paths you can walk as well. The inner path is less remarkable but keeps you out of the wind on the days the weather isn't at it's best. The outer path is larger and has stunning views. There are also a few trails down to small beaches, for a cool dip. There is no drinking water at this park so bring a water bottle. The pups get thirsty with all the playing. See Details
Lululemon Get the latest styles of athletic and workout apparel, including yoga and running shirts, tops, and pants. Lululemon allows well-behaved pets inside their store. See Details
The Butchart Gardens The Butchart Gardens welcome well-behaved, leashed pets. Pets must be on short leashes. If you forget your leash, please stop by the Visitor Information Centre where you may borrow one. Doggie cleanup bags are available. Five convenient pet water fountains are located throughout the park and are marked on the map of The Butchart Gardens. From December 1 through January 6, pets will not be permitted between 3pm and 8pm. During all other times, pets are welcome at Butchart Gardens. See Details
French Beach Provincial Park French Beach on Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia will make doggie dreams come true. The hard-packed sand is ideal for a top speed run with a dip or two in the Juan de Fuca Strait. A towering rock formation right on the beach is the perfect place to play hide and seek with a tennis ball. And the abundance of driftwood makes a perfect throw stick easy to find. Even the doggie bags are top notch ? compliments of several nearby restaurants. See Details
Dallas Road Park When it comes to off leash parks in Victoria, this is by far the most popular, especially when the sun shines. You'll meet every breed and most are very social. See Details
Chapters Their stores are dog-friendly across the country. They must be on a leash and well-behaved. The staff are very friendly and love when dogs come in. See Details
Explore Hidden Gems in Victoria 'Explore Hidden Gems in Victoria' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Bebe. You and your pooch will take a guided walking tour of the city and explore hidden alleyways, courtyards, and back lanes, see historic sites including China Town, Market Square, Bastion Square, the Inner Harbour, and the waterfront area, and hear about the area's history. The experience lasts 2.5 hours and can accommodate up to 8 guests ages 8 and up. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. Rates start at $28 per person. See Details
Capital Iron The store that has 'everything' and is pet friendly too boot. Whether it's fabrics, furniture, antiques or anything in between you'll find it at Capital Iron. The staff are all very affectionate towards pets. There is a watering bowl on the 2nd floor and usually K9 cookies at the check out. It's one of the few pet friendly stores in town that isn't specifically a pet store. See Details
Harbour Ferries Whether it's a scenic harbour tour by boat, or a a quick trip from West Bay to Fisherman's wharf I recommend a ride on the harbour ferries. It's up to the captain and the fellow passengers if they'll take the dog, but I've never been turned down, even when traveling with a great dane and chocolate lab. See Details
Cedar Hill Corner This 11.8 hectare parcel of land is owned by the University of Victoria. It is being reserved for future development of the University, but over recent years it has acted informally as a well known off-leash dog park. See Details
West Bay to James Bay via Inner Harbour For a fantastic urban walk with Fido, park in Esquimalt by Westbay Marina and enter the walking trail there. The path is paved, all the way along the waterfront to the inner harbour of Victoria. From there you can continue out to Fisherman's wharf have lunch/dinner and catch a harbour ferry back to Westbay Marina to where you've parked your car. The scenery on this walk is breathtaking and you can easily detour into downtown for some window shopping, stop at the beach for a swim, or pick up some doggy snacks at High End Dog. This walk can be shortened by parking in various other entrances to the paths. Or, it can be done in reverse the patio of the 'Fin and Gill Bar and Grill' at West bay marina is also dog friendly. See Details
Canadian Tire Many Canadian Tire's even have dog treats at the cashier. See Details
Photoshoot in Downtown Victoria 'Photoshoot in Downtown Victoria' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Bethany. Take pictures at various iconic spots in downtown Victoria such as the inner harbour, Bastion Square, Market Square, Fan Tan Alley and Chinatown. The experience lasts 1 hour and can accommodate up to 10 guests of all ages. Rates start at $43 per person. See Details
Duck Creek Duck Creek is doggie (and people) heaven. It is a very large and completely natural off leash park that people enjoy just as much as their dog. It consists of several acres of an easy hike which can be done in a 1/2 hour or so loop through woods and meadows. A wooded trail meanders along a year round creek which runs fast in winter and slow in summer for dog swimming. There is also an open meadow to play ball or frisbee or chase the dog, and grassy areas under big shade trees to have a picnic if you dare -- doggies will almost always join in! It is paradise year round for dogs and dog owners alike. See Details
Saori Weaving 'Try It' class 'Saori Weaving Try It Class' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Alan Or Terri. Dogs are welcome on this experience, as long as they are well behaved and don't eat yarn. When you come to the studio, all the looms are prepared and ready to weave on. You’ll be able to choose colours and textures from a wide variety for your use. With a few brief instructions, you’ll be weaving right away. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 4 guests ages 6 and up. Rates start at $48 per person. See Details
Meadow Park Dogs are allowed off-leash at Meadow Park before 10am and after 8pm daily. See Details
Victoria Harbour Ferry Victoria Harbour Ferry provides the best view of Victoria...from the ocean! Take a Harbour or Gorge Tour or hop on a Water Taxi and explore Victoria's Inner Harbour. Our Captains will take you wherever you want to go. We have something for everyone...including our famous Pickle Pub Crawls! So much to do and see! See Details
Eddie Bauer Friendly staff; happy to include dogs in their store See Details
Russell Books Russell Books specializes in rare books, out-of-print books, used books, secondhand books, and other hard-to-find books. Search or browse our inventory for hard to find, out of print, and rare books. Every day we buy and add more used and new discount books to our inventory. Dogs are welcome on all floors and at our Books On View location as well! See Details
Salt Spring Island Beaches Salt Spring Island has fabulous pet friendly beaches to stroll and beach comb. Ocean swimming for dogs and great long beach strips for throwing sticks and running in the sand together. See Details
Explore Victoria After Dark with a Local 'Explore Victoria After Dark with a Local' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Bebe. You and your pooch will take a guided walking tour of the city and explore hidden alleyways, courtyards, and back lanes, see historic sites, the Inner Harbour, and the waterfront area, and hear about the area's history. The experience lasts 1.5 hours and can accommodate up to 8 guests of all ages. Rates start at $21 per person. See Details
Salt Spring Island Hiking Trails Salt Spring has incredible hiking trails that are dog friendly. Three of our hikes take you and your dog up to mountain summits with spectacular views over the Southern Gulf Island of British Columbia in Canada. Trails vary from Easy short hikes in beautiful rainforests and along country road trails to moderate hikes through groves of Arbutus, Garry Oak and Popular trees to difficult hikes up rock and root laden paths up our mountains. See Details