Summerland Off-Leash Dog Parks
- Peach Orchard Dog Beach (14877 Lakeshore Drive S)
Beach access for dogs with fencing to the water. Wheelchair friendly entry. Benches. Year-round washrooms.
- Dale Meadows Sport Complex (10502 Dale Meadows Road)
Approximately 0.35 acre grass fenced off-leash dog park. Double gate entry. Picnic table. Seasonal washrooms.
- Sun-Oka Beach Provincial Park (Highway 97 just south of Summerland)
Dogs welcome off-leash at a separate large dog beach (not fenced) located about 400 meters down the walking path on the eastside of the park. This is a Provincial Park not a District of Summerland park.
- Peach Orchard Beach Park “Pop-up” Temporary Dog Park (14877 Lakeshore Drive S)
Approximately 1 acre grass park with temporary fencing. Two double gate entries. Picnic table. Year-round washrooms. Trial period from May – September, 2023. Collecting feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dogs are permitted on-leash at "horse beach".
Dogs in Parks Bylaws (Parks Regulation Bylaw 2022-012)
- Dogs are permitted on-leash year-round at Memorial Park, Dale Meadows Park, Living Memorial Park, Peach Orchard Beach Park, Powell Beach Park, Peach Orchard Campground, Giant’s Head Park, Conkle Mountain Park, Cartwright Mountain, and Summerland Rodeo Grounds except on sports fields, sport courts, skateparks and beaches, or near playgrounds and spray parks.
- Dogs are permitted off-leash during the off-season (October 1 – May 1) at Peach Orchard Beach Park, Powell Beach Park, Peach Orchard Campground, Conkle Mountain Park, Cartwright Mountain, and Summerland Rodeo Grounds (except around equestrian events and activities) except on sports fields, sport courts, skateparks and beaches, or near playgrounds and spray parks.
- Dogs are permitted off-leash year-round only at designated District off-leash dog parks.
Dogs in Parks Etiquette
For the safety and courtesy of others, please:
- always maintain control of your dog
- pick up and dispose of dog waste in garbage
- when using parks and trails, please understand that other park users may be afraid of dogs
- limit excessive barking
- when attending fenced dog parks, keep gates closed and latched, leash dogs while entering, and keep leash handy
- call 911 in case of emergency
The District of Summerland strives to be a dog-friendly community. Please provide your feedback to email@example.com