Off Leash Dog Park in Comox

Off-Leash and Pet Friendly Parks

The Town of Comox and School District 71 have opened their first off-leash dog park in Comox. Located at the site of the former Comox Elementary School (Rodello Street and Fairbairn Avenue). The space is a simple area with 4-foot-high fencing that surrounds a 32,000-square-foot area. The park is equipped with a water fountain,  doggy doo-doo bag dispenser and collection bin, as well as picnic tables for owners to watch their dog off-leash. Eight new trees were recently planted in May 2023.  

Please enjoy!  Be respectful of other dogs and cleaning up after your dog.

Off-Leash Dog Park Rules

All other parks within the Town of Comox require dogs to be on leash; however, there are off-leash areas available in the Comox Valley Regional District.

The following list provides locations of doggy doo bag dispenser stations in Comox:

  • North East Woods – Torrence Avenue
  • Comox Valley Lion’s Park – in Beckton Estates
  • MacDonald Wood Park
  • Croteau Road – Beach Access
  • Mack Laing Park
  • Comox Marina – East and West Side
  • Comox Harbour Authority – Building at Beginning of Pier Walkway
  • Aspen Park
  • Jane Place – Beach Access
  • Edgewater Pub – Walkway
  • Port Augusta Park
  • Anderton Park
  • Filberg Road – Beach Access
  • Lancaster Park
  • Salish Park
  • Elks & Royal Purple Park – at Kye Bay
  • Forrester Avenue – Detention Pond

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)