I’ve used some handy symbols to let you know what’s available at each of the destinations listed on the Parks Directory. Here is what they mean.
Parking lot available.
No parking lot, but you’ll probably be able to find on-street parking close by.
There are designated off-leash areas.
This is a dog-friendly place, but signs say dogs must be on-leash, and there are no designated off-leash areas.
There is a fenced-in off-leash area.
The terrain is rocky and not suitable for running or fetch.
There are paved or crushed gravel trails suitable for running.
There is an open grassy area suitable for playing fetch (but the area isn’t necessarily designated off-leash).
There is fresh water access (lake or pond) good for swimming (but the area isn’t necessarily designated off-leash).
There is salt water access (ocean) good for swimming (but the area isn’t necessarily designated off-leash).
There is a water tap or fountain for drinking water. This may include a washroom water tap that you could use to fill up a water dish.
There are washrooms for humans available. This may include an outhouse.
There are trash cans available.
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