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Ray Brydon Park is Invermere’s newest public outdoor space and the District’s formally designated off-leash dog park.

This 12.5-acre park is located in a natural area adjacent to Toby Creek just past Invermere’s Industrial Park band before the Wilmer bridge on Toby Creek Road. The park was named to recognize the late Ray Brydon, a dedicated community member and volunteer who regularly walked his dogs along Toby Creek.

In addition to a network of well-maintained trails, the park includes a large parking lot with a permanent outhouse, riverside and trail benches, and a series of small natural pools for dogs to frolic in. Dog bags and receptacles are available on site.

  • You are entering the Ray Brydon Park, designated as an OFF-LEASH DOG PARK.
  • By entering the Ray Brydon Park, you are acknowledging and agreeing to abide by the rules set out below.
  • All dogs shall wear a visible dog license and identification tag,
  • Dogs are the only “animal” permitted in Ray Brydon Park.
  • Dogs must be on a leash when entering and exiting the Park.
  • Handlers must “scoop the poop” and fill any holes dug by dogs under their control.
  • Dogs must be under the control and in view of their handler at all times.
  • Spiked collars are prohibited.
  • Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Handlers must have possession of a dog leash at all times.
  • Handlers must remove or muzzle dogs displaying aggressive tendencies.
  • Handlers are limited to a maximum of four dog. Female dogs in heat are prohibited.
  • No glass containers permitted.
  • Handlers are responsible for any injuries caused by the dog(s) under their control. ­­
  • Anyone entering the Ray Brydon Park does so at their own risk. The District of Invermere is not responsible for the safety of persons and/or dogs while in the Park, and shall not be liable to anyone for any injuries or damage suffered by any person or dog while in the Ray Brydon Park.
  • This park is a natural area, please watch for wildlife and ensure your dogs do not chase wild animals in the park.
  • Do not play fetch while other dogs are nearby as this can create aggression.