DOG PARK RULES ACCORDING TO THE FVRD WEB SITE
• Female dogs in heat are not allowed in the off-leash area.
• There is a limit of four (4) dogs per person in the off-leash area.
• Puppies younger than four (4) months of age are not allowed in the off-leash area.
• All dogs must be licensed and vaccinated.
• All parking areas are on-leash; please leash your dog until you are in the off-leash area.
• Choke collars should be removed when you come into the off-leash area.
• You are liable for damage or injury inflicted by your dog(s).
• You must be in control of your dog(s) at all times.
• You must muzzle dogs that exhibit dangerous or aggressive behaviour. Biting, fighting and excessive barking is not permitted.
• You must carry a leash for each dog while you are inside the off-leash area.
• You must leash your dog(s) at all times when it is outside the off-leash area.
• You must visibly carry scoop equipment, clean up after your dog(s) and deposit feces in garbage receptacles.
• Bringing food into off-leash areas is at your own risk.
• Unattended dogs are not allowed in the off-leash area.
• Fines can be up to $200.00 for the first dog related offense under Animal Control and License Bylaw 2004, No. 2994.
• You must closely supervise young children at all times.
• People who see unattended dogs or other rule violations can contact the park contractor or Regional Park staff to report the occurrence.
Island 22 is an equestrain park, however dogs are allowed on a leash and there is an ‘off-leash’ dog park there.
There is a large enclosed (chain link) dog park directly across the street from Cultus Lake Waterpark.
Aside from the designated Dog Park, pets/domestic animals must be on a leash at all times and are not allowed in park buildings or beach areas except for areas set aside for pets at the Shale Beach area between the Jade Bay boat launch and the Entrance Bay day use and also in the Shale Beach area between the Maple Bay boat launch and the Maple Bay day use. You are responsible for their behaviour and must dispose of their excrement.
The backcountry areas of Cultus Lake are not suitable for dogs or other pets due to wildlife issues and the potential for problems with bears.
(Per the BC Parks Website)
There is a dog park right near the bridge where Chilliwack River turns into Vedder River. Behind the CFB Museum.