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This park is the largest city park in Canada and the third largest urban park in North America. It attracts about 8 million people per year. The park has 1,000 forested acres and offers miles of trails, including a 6.2 mile paved trail around the perimeter. On the north side of the park, you will get a view of Lion's Gate Bridge. This bridge connects Vancouver and North Vancouver and is similar in size to the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. Dogs are allowed in the park, except on beaches or where posted. Your dog is welcome to walk or jog with you on the trails. Stanley Park is located is just north of downtown Vancouver. To get there, take Georgia Street towards North Vancouver. Dogs must be leashed.
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