Off Leash Dog Parks

Off-leash dog areas, or dog parks, provide a community setting in which people can gather and socialize and where they can observe the interaction of groups of dogs at play.  

Sechelt's well-behaved canine population can take part in special off-leash privileges at selected Sechelt Parks.  The designated off-leash parks are not exclusively for dogs but are to be shared with all park users.

Owners are responsible for the actions of their dogs, including picking up and disposing of their waste.  Owners must also license their dog.

Sechelt Designated Off Leash Parks

Off-Leash Park Address Neighborhood Description Options
Heritage Forest Trails Sechelt Inlet Road Sandy Hook These trails are not maintained by the District of Sechelt
Lynwood Park 6505 Lynnwood Court West Sechelt This small playfield and off-leach park can be found at the end of Lynnwood Court. A steep ravine leads down to Wakefield Creek but this park is better known for is expansive ocean views.
Hidden Grove Trails Sechelt Inlet Road Sandy Hook These trails are not maintained by the District of Sechelt
Kinnikinnick Park 6200 Ripple Way West Porpoise Bay Sechelt’s largest park is home to two soccer fields, four softball diamonds, a children’s playground and a huge network of rain-forest walking trails.
Creekside Park 5661 Creekside Park West Sechelt Children's playground, small play field, seating and picnicking areas
Brookman Park 4574 Sunshiine Coast Highway Davis Bay Swings ( Children and Tot); Slide; Spring Toy (1) Located next to Chapman Creek and across the highway from Mission Point Park, this off-leash park has a children’s playground and picnic areas.