Pacific Spirit Regional Park contains a wide variety of recreational and educational opportunities including ocean beaches, upland temperate rain forest and the Fraser River estuary.
The BC Mobility Opportunities Society provides trail access for people with disabilities.
For information, call 604-688-6464.
Dogs must be under control at all times. There are leash-required and leash-optional trails in the park. Check signs for details. Please show courtesy to other park visitors by removing your dog’s poop.
Pacific Spirit Regional Park sees an average of 360,000 dog visits per year. Help ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all park visitors and protect sensitive park habitat and wildlife by working with your dog(s) on the following.
Canine Code of Conduct:
Stick to marked trails
Leash up 10 metres from stream crossings
Respect "leash-required" and "no-dog" trail designations
Keep dogs under control: maximum 10 metres from owner, come when called, don't bother others
Leash up when horses approach
Leash up the first 50 metres from park entrances and remember to pick up your dog's poop
Maximum 3 dogs per handler -- one leash and collar per dog
More than 3 dogs? Apply for a permit at the Area Office.
|Electric Vehicle Charging Station|
Two electric vehicle charging stations are available in the parking lot on 16th Avenue (about 400 m west of Blanca Street). Charging is free. There is a two-hour time limit.
The washrooms and parking at the Park Centre on 16th Ave. are wheelchair-accessible. Other accessible facilities include the pit toilet at the Clinton Meadow picnic area (at 33rd and Camosun). Camosun Bog boardwalk trails are also accessible, however there is no designated accessible parking at 21st Ave. and Crown St.
Heron Trail is 1.2 km long, 1.5 m wide at minimum with minimal slopes. The trail surface is semi-firm (packed gravel).
Imperial Trail is 1.8 km long, minimum 3 m wide, with up to a 20% grade change. The trail surface is semi-firm (packed gravel).
Cleveland Trail is 1.2 km long, minimum 1 m wide, semi-firm gravel surface with minimal slopes north of W. 16th Street. There is up to a 25% slope south of 16th Street.
Other trails are accessible to users using specialized wheelchairs/equipment.
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