Dog Friendly Activities in Pitt Meadows, BC

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Pitt Meadows, and 8 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 Pitt Meadows.

Pet Friendly Derby Reach Regional Park
Derby Reach Regional Park This is an amazing off-leash area with access to the Fraser River for dogs to swim in. There is 3 large fenced in parks with benches and trees just beside the camping area. The park is very well maintained and there is free poop bags provided. See Details
Jeep Tour to Harrison Hot Springs 'Jeep Tour to Harrison Hot Springs' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Aj. Hop in a jeep and tour amazing rivers, lakes and waterfalls along the journey, eventually arriving at Clear Creek Natural Hot Springs. Lunch is provided and dogs are welcome to come along. The experience lasts 8 hours and can accommodate up to 4 guests ages 18 and up. They request a minimum of 2 guests per trip. Rates start at $145 per person. See Details
Linwood Park Off Leash Dog Area Fully fenced off-leash park features benches, a walking trail, and a drinking water and wash-off area for dogs. See Details
Brookswood Dog Park The Brookswood Dog Park has the most open space out of the Langley dog parks with a gravel walking track around the perimeter of the park which is great exercise for yourself and your pup. The entire park is fenced and there are separate areas for large and small dogs. Poop bags available at the entrance, and there is a water hose near the bathrooms. See Details
Blaine Off-Leash Dog Park This is a wonderful dog park in Blaine. It is fully fenced, including a smaller, separate fenced area for small or nervous dogs. There are a lot of trees providing a cool place for the dogs even on very warm days. See Details
Walnut Grove Community Park This park is located right off the Langley Lane Green Way, a paved walking area between 208th Street and 216th Street. Leashed dogs can walk the trails. Drinking water, picnic shelters, and restrooms are on-site. See Details