New Off-Leash Dog Park Network in Lake Country

Posted on April 26, 2019 11:02:00am

Love spending time outdoors with your furry friends?  Or, perhaps, you love spending time outdoors without other people's furry friends?  Either way, the District of Lake Country has been listening to you when they started developing a network of new off-leash dog parks and beaches throughout the community:

“Extensive community engagement identified the need to improve the way people with and without dogs share our parks and beaches,” said Greg Buchholz, Director of Infrastructure Services. “A proposed off-leash dog park network has been developed for the community with consideration to site suitability, sufficient parking, accessibility, neighbouring land uses and other potential park uses.”

This is exciting news for everyone who enjoys the ample recreation opportunities available in Lake Country, especially those with four-legged companions. In addition to the off-leash park and beach that were created during the development of the Pelmewash Parkway, the District has even more plans to expand their dog park network:

  • Oyama Boat Launch / Off-Leash Dog Park / March-May 2019
  • Okanagan Centre Rd West / Off-Leash Dog Park / April-July 2019
  • Okanagan Centre Shoreline North / Dog Beach / July-October 2019
  • Okanagan Centre Shoreline South / Dog Beach / July-October 2019

New Dog Park Network in Lake Country

At Cadence at The Lakes Adult Community, our strata bylaws allow for up to two pets per home. Although the yards in our development are not fenced, the community is filled with respectful, responsible pet owners, and many adorable animals! And with Cadence being situated right in the middle of this fabulous new park network, it couldn't be easier for you and your pooch to get out, get active, and enjoy some good ol' fashioned Okanagan fun.

For more information, please visit: The District of Lake Country Community News

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