Pebble Hill Park

404 Milsom Wynd, Delta, BC V4M 3R1, Canada (604) 946-4141
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Delta offers 12 leash-optional areas for licensed dogs.  Dogs can enjoy off-leash privileges in the designated off-leash areas only, and are not allowed near or on children’s playgrounds, school grounds and sports fields. A Guide to Off-Leash Areas in Delta (5534 KB) is available for pick-up from any Delta facility.

To provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all, off-leash etiquette and safety rules must be followed:

  • Leash your dog while entering and exiting an off-leash area
  • Keep your dog within sight and under verbal control at all times
  • Clean up after your pet
  • Up-to-date dog license tags are required
  • No aggressive dogs allowed (see Delta Animal Control Bylaw No 6893)
  • No more than 2 dogs per person are allowed
  • Dogs identified by law to be leashed and muzzled must remain so

Located at 411 Milsom Wynd, Tsawwassen, this park features:


  • Off-leash area for dogs
  • Parking lot
  • Pump (bike) track
  • Sport field
  • Softball diamond
  • Sport courts
  • Walking trails
  • Washrooms

This multi-use park sits partially atop Metro Vancouver reservoirs for the area. A section of the park, under the BC Hydro right-of-way and accessible from Milsom Wynd, has been designated as an off-leash area for dogs.

Business phone number (604) 946-4141
Country Canada
State/Province British Columbia
distance: 31 Kilometers
Address 404 Milsom Wynd, Delta, BC V4M 3R1, Canada
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