Bramble Park

2775 Panorama Drive, Coquitlam, BC V3E 2S7, Canada (604) 927-3000
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  • Unleashed dogs, especially small ones, can be prey for predators such as coyotes or eagles;
  • Unleashed dogs can pick up diseases through contact with other animals and birds or their feces;
  • You may know you can control your dog if it’s off leash BUT can you control another dog which your dog may approach, or may approach your dog;
  • Leashing is a good practise for preventing fights with other dogs;
  • If your dog harms someone you may be personally liable.

Bramble Park is a fenced off leash dog area situated just south of Bramble Park under the Hydro Right of Way, between Panorama Drive and David Avenue.

  • Open daily, dawn to dusk;
  • Dogs may be unleashed inside the compound;
  • Dog owners are responsible for their dog’s behaviour;
  • Dog owners must maintain control of their dogs at all times;
  • Dogs defined as “aggressive” or “vicious” in the Animal Care and Control Bylaw are prohibited from being off-leash;
  • Dog owners are responsible for the safe disposal of dog waste;
  • Dogs must not chase or disturb wildlife.


Business phone number (604) 927-3000
Country Canada
distance: 22 Kilometers
Address 2775 Panorama Drive, Coquitlam, BC V3E 2S7, Canada
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