Mouat Regional Park, Ganges, Salt Spring Island, BC. Canada. Named
after a family who immigrated to Salt Spring back in the 1800s and donated by one
of their sons.
Off leash, 30 acres of old growth forest, with many trails adorned with huge ferns
and canopied by large cedar, fir and maple trees and some of the trails follow
along a fresh water stream, many bridges to cross. Zig Zag your way through the park.
A great place to walk with our dog even on a rainy day. Easily accessible, mostly
flat terrain. Washroom and fresh water facilities.
Mouat Park used to be a camp ground up until most recently when the park was
transformed from a campground to a Frisbee gold course which is now called Hart
||Disposal bags, Handicapped accessible, Restrooms
||Dawn to Dusk
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CC - Duncan, BC
That's My Roxy, taking me for a walk in one of her favorite parks! Mouat Regional park, located in Ganges on Salt Spring Island, largest of the Gulf Islands here on the West Coast of British Columbia.
We love to wander, skip, jump and run through the trails, often meeting other fur pals along the way. Rainy days are fine as the large cedars, fir trees and maples (season pending) make like an umbrella, protecting us from the rain as well as the sun on a hot summer day. On our way out of the park, through the exit road, we come to an opening of a grassy green feild, great for some fetch and cool down before we head on our way. Roxy & I can and do spend hours in this park. During the winter and early Spring months, the streams are running full force, the birds are singing and the squirrels are playing. A must see if you visit the island. Your dogs are going to love it!
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