Jesse Dean Cook. Discovering West Vancouver's Most Glamorous Properties.

Ambleside Dog Park

 

If you are tired of taking Spot, Dusty, Diggity or Fred (love the human names for dogs) for the usual stroll around the block it is time to take advantage of this summer weather and head down to the amazing Dog Park at Ambleside Beach!

 

With so much space and so many other dogs to play with, your hound will be sound asleep the minute you get home. For us humans, there is so much action in the Burrard Inlet these days with all of the Cruise Ships, Yachts, Sailboats, Power Boats and even paddle-boarders going by. Ambleside Dog Park is truly one of the most wonderful places to spend an afternoon.

 

There is a great .pdf document that The City of West Vancouver has created and I have attached the link below for your convenience. It outlines everything you need to know and the few rules that you need to abide by. Enjoy your summer everyone!

 

http://westvancouver.ca/uploadedFiles/Parks_and_Environment/Activities/With_Your_Dog/off_leash_area_ambleside_park.pdf

 

 

Best regards,

 

Jesse Dean Cook

 

 

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