Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park, also known as Indian Arm Park, is a conservation park located in Vancouver B.C. that protects the shores of the 18km Indian Arm fjord. The 6,821 hectare park is a great destination if you are looking for a more challenging hike for you and your dog. The park is surrounded by old-growth forests, alpine lakes, numerous creeks and waterfalls, including the breathtaking 50m high Granite Falls. Pets must be on a leash at all times and are unfortunately not allowed in the beach areas or the park buildings. However, don’t let this discourage you from taking your dog to this amazing provincial park as there are plenty of trails that you and your pup can explore. Since not all aspects of the park are dog friendly, you may have to visit this park on a separate occasion without your dog to fully experience the whole park. You can go off roading, kayaking, fishing, picnicking and even camping along the shorelines of Bishop Creek.
Since the trails can be a bit rough and challenging, make sure to occasionally check on your dog’s paws for any cuts and also make sure they are able to keep up. Taking frequent breaks especially if it’s hot out might not be the worst idea. Plus, you’ll be amongst beautiful landscapes no matter where you decide to take a quick break. Before you visit the Indian Arm Park, make sure you have everything you and your pup might need like drinking water, poop bags and paw covers.
Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park
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