If your dog loves to run, there are three great dog parks located throughout the City. These beautiful and large areas are a pleasure to visit for both people and pets. Please remember to clean up after your dog and remain within the signed areas.
Please report unattended dogs to the Lethbridge Animal Shelter at 403 320 4099. Click here for info on Doggie Bag Dispensers.
If you have not already visited these areas with your dog, please check them out - they are worth the trip!
Click here to view a printable map of the off-leash dog park locations or check them out on our interactive map.
Scenic Drive Dog Run
Located west of Scenic Drive and 11 Avenue South
The Scenic Drive Dog Run is an off leash
dog park located on the south side of Scenic Drive South. The off leash park starts at the parking lot and heads down
into the coulees with a 2 km limestone pathway loop that provide a
workout for both dog and owner.
Dogs and dog owners can now enjoy a new fenced off-leash training area in the Peenaquim Park Off-Leash Dog Park. This off-leash training area is for socializing young dogs and dogs that may not be ready for being off-leash outside a fenced area. It is for use by owners and dogs who are playing and training together. The area is small so dogs can be caught if needed but has potential to be over crowed. Please be conscious about the number of dogs prior to entering.
Note: Rattlesnakes may be present in this area. Encounters are uncommon but if your dog has been bitten, contact a veterinarian immediately. RiverStone Dog Park***Due to very wet, muddy and slippery conditions, the RiverStone Dog Park off-leash area is temporarily closed, effective Tuesday, April 10. Park rehabilitation planning is currently underway and improvements to the park are expected to be made as soon as possible.***
the southernmost entrance to RiverStone, at the corner of University Drive West and
Riverglen Link Wes
tThe park is 2.77 acres of which
approximately two acres are a fenced, off-leash area for dogs. Amenities include play
equipment for dogs, water fountains for people and dogs to quench their thirst,
accessible seating areas and pathways, doggie bag dispensers and a dedicated