People, Pets & Parks
The City of Prince George People Pets and Parks Program recognizes pets as legitimate park users and continues to develop strategies that accommodate the need off all park users while providing pets and their owners the chance to exercise and socialize in an outdoor environment. In order to meet the needs of all parks and open space users, pets are permitted under the following conditions:
- Pet owners must clean up after their pet and dispose of waste in provided waste receptacles. Pet owners must adhere to posted signs indicating pet restrictions.
Check out the full People, Pets and Parks brochure by clicking on the cover image below.
Learn more about Off Leash Parks, Leash Only Parks/Trails and No Pet Areas below.
Do you want to know what progress has been made in Off Leash areas recently? Click HERE to learn more.
Off Leash/Under Control Areas and Fenced Dog Park
Moore's Meadow Nature Park
The park is located off Foothills Blvd between 1st Ave and Otway Road. The trails in the park are “ On Leash” and the open meadow is “Off Leash”. Watch for posted signs.
Click here for a map of Moore's Meadow including the Off Leash Area boundaries
Bear-proof bins in Moore's Meadow are seasonal bins only and will be removed in the late fall. For pet waste disposal and garbage, please use the bin at the Foothills Parking Lot or the bin off Dornbierer Crescent during the winter months. Meadow bins will be replaced again in the spring.
Massey Drive - Ginter's Meadow
This area is located at the west end of Massey Drive, just off Ospika Blvd but can also be accessed from the west end of Ferry Avenue. There are many trails that tie into Ginter's Meadow, as part of the UNBC Connector Trail System so it's a beautiful area to explore. The Off Leash/Under Control Area is the meadow and perimeter trail only.
Click here for a map of Ginter's Meadow including the Off Leash Area boundaries
Duchess Park - Fenced Dog Park
The park is fully fenced and accommodates off leash use with a large open and granular ring trail around the perimeter. There is also a separate fenced area for smaller or elderly dogs. Both areas are accessed through double gated entries which facilitate easy leashing and unleashing of dogs. Amenities include a dog water fountain and bench seating. Access is via Ross Crescent or Melville Avenue.
Click here for a map of Duchess Park Fenced Dog Park
A fun, new addition for the dogs of Duchess Fenced Dog Park in 2016. Thanks to Ospika Pet and Farm Supplies for their support; and local artist Kate Steeves for her design and work.
No Pet Area
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