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Dog Friendly Camping for Families around Vancouver

Dog Friendly Camping for Families around Vancouver

Family friendly dogs in Vancouver

Finding dog-friendly camping sites for families is no easy task. Until you are a dog owner, you may be unaware of how many places your furry best friend is not allowed.

Have no fear; if you’re a new dog owner and want to take your dog out for a sleep under the stars, we have an excellent list that pups and kids will love to explore.

Friendly Camping Sites Your Doggo Will Love

Golden Ears Provincial Park

Two dogs look out at a river from a bank of rocks for best camping with dogs in Vancouver.

Golden Ears is a great campsite that is not too far away from home. There are designated off-leash areas at North Beach near Gold Creek and South beach at Alouette lake. With great trails and hot showers at no extra cost, this site is a fast favourite.

24480 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge

Cultus Lake Provincial Park

A little kid in a pink beanie holds a yorkie dog in his arms, the boy is smiling at the dog.

With a crystal clear lake with gorgeous green-covered mountains as the backdrop, it’s a perfect family-friendly spot. Off-leash areas are at Shale Beach between the Jade Bay boat launch and the Entrance Bay and between the Maple Bay boat launch and the Maple Bay day-use.

3179 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake

Sasquatch Provincial Park

A German Shepard sits next to a travel backpack. It is leashed to the backpack but sitting.

Just north of Harrison Hot Springs, you can find the Sasquatch Provincial Park. Known for its series of pocket lakes and scenic mountain ridges. This site is a great place to throw up a tent for the family and fido. Off-leash areas are In the Green Point area. Hicks Lake also offers off-leash near the boat dogs.

 Harrison Hot Springs,BC

Rolley Lake Provincial Park

A beautiful outdoor scene is taken from inside a van. The van door has two sets of feet on it with a sleeping puppy at amongst them.

Another dog-friendly campsite for Families! Just an hour’s drive away, this is a great spot to escape urban life. There is a modest but nice spot where dogs can run off-leash and dip in the lake. The trails in the area are great for kids and dogs.

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Bell St, Mission

Just a Ferry Ride Away

Bayside Campground at Sechelt

S little boy stands on a ferry deck in the rain with a leashed puppy.

Hop on a ferry and head to the beautiful little island of Sechelt. Teeming with wildlife and beaches galore, there is so much to see. Stay at the pet-friendly Bayside Campground. Everyone will be happy with showers, picnic tables, and designated areas for puppies.

6040 Sechelt Inlet Rd, Sechelt

What is your favourite pet-friendly campsite? Use #vancouvermom so we can share you and your furry family members camping memories.

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