The Peace Region is filled with amazing landscapes and scenery which can be even better when your four-legged friend can tag along.  Here are our top picks for the best places in the peace that you can take your dog on an adventure.

Fish Creek

This community forest boasts three separate trails that are accessible all year round.

 

 

When hiking these paths remember to bring water for your group, as well as your pooch, keep your pets on a leash, and make sure you pick up any deposits that your pet may leave behind.

Charlie Lake Provincial Park

Located on the southwestern shore of 13 km long Charlie Lake, this 92-hectare park has a little something for everyone. Enjoy strolling through forested trails with your furry friend, cycle through approved bike trails, or let the kids play on the playground located in the center of the campground.

Beatton Provincial Park

This provincial park is approximately a 20-minute drive out of  Fort St. John. Located about 13 km northwest of FSJ off Hwy 97 on 244 Road, this park is very dog friendly and has a designated dog beach between the main day-use area and the boat launch.

Sukunka Falls

This gorgeous provincial park is about 45km south of Chetwynd via the Chetwynd-Tumbler Ridge Highway and the Sukunka Forest Service Road. Though there are no developed trails, the park has three sets of falls and provides visitors with a variety of recreational opportunities, which include fishing, hiking, picnicking, and camping.

Visitors are advised to use extreme caution while using the Sukunka Forest Service Road and have the radio frequency to be able to communicate with truck traffic. Dogs must be on a leash at all times.

Moberly Lake Provincial Park

Situated on the southern shore of Moberly Lake located on the boundary between the Rocky Mountain foothills to the west and the Peace plateau to the east, this dazzling park is a great place to take your pup for a jaunt.  Enjoy a stroll along the dog beach beside the main day-use area or take advantage of the trails this location has to offer.

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