Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park

7011 188 Street, Surrey, BC V4N 3G6, Canada (604) 501-5050
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7011 188 Street, Surrey BC

About Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park

Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park is the first dog park in Surrey to be fully fenced with separate large and small dog areas, with a total enclosed area of 1.25 hectares (3 acres). The enclosed areas feature grass fields, forest and bushes, as well as paved perimeter paths. The park is very popular with dog owners in the Clayton and Cloverdale neighbourhoods. You’ll find parking available from 188th Street, benches and a water fountain for dogs.

The park was developed through an extensive public consultation process in 2006 and 2007. Review the park concept overview in the Open House Boards

Explore the other dog off-leash parks across the City.

More Information

Email: Parks Planning & Design at [email protected]
Call: 604-501-5050

Business phone number (604) 501-5050
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Country Canada
distance: 35 Kilometers
Address 7011 188 Street, Surrey, BC V4N 3G6, Canada
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