Pets at the Park

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All pets enjoy some fun in the sun! Pets at the Park is a event for just that! The community can come to gather, relax and enjoy the outdoors and each other's company. Some Pets at the Park events are accompanied with a BBQ, refreshments or even dessert varying on the event!

These events are public, family friendly events. They are typically Gear level 3 unless otherwise stated.

Next Pets at the Park:

Join CAL-PaH for some fun in the sun on June 25, 2022 @ 12:30pm-6:00pm Hidden Beach, Glennfield - Fish Creek Provincial Park 50.8959917 N, -114.1090714 W Refreshments available by minimum donation while supplies last — Water, pop and icecream! Please Review the rules below.

A map of the paths leading to Hidden Beach in Glennfield - Fish Creek Provincial Park.

The above is a map details the main pathways to Hidden Beach. The blue path is the easiest Path, albeit the longest at 1.7 km each way. The has less turns and offshoots than other paths. The green path is the shortest path at 1.1 km, but contains many offshoots that could make the trip a little confusing for those who don't know the pathways. Both of these paths stem from the Glennfield parking lot, also marked on the map. The Beach is inaccessible from Canyon Meadows Drive due to a steep cliff (which does aid in the "hidden" aspect of the beach). If approaching from the north side, you can follow the red path: this path stems from the bus stop #6263, and is thus the easiest path to use if travelling by public transit. This path is 1.4 km in length. To reach Hidden Beach, follow the red path until it joins up with the blue path, and continue on the blue path until you reach the destination. Please note there are many paths not shown on the map, some of which branch from and join up to these three paths. For ease of instruction, they have been left out, but if you know the paths--or want an adventure--they can be used. If needed, the coordinates for the beach are 50.8959917 N, -114.1090714 W.

Please review the rules for the next Pets at the Park below! Note that the rules may be changed to reflected those of  that particular event.

COVID-19 Safety: 1. We ask that you wear a face mask when possible. 2. Likewise, we ask that you practice social distancing as best as possible. 3. Furthermore, we ask if you plan on joining us for this event, that you be fully vaccinated. 4. If you have any symptoms (fever, dry cough, tiredness, aches and pains, sore throat, nausea, diarrhoea, conjunctivitis, headache, loss of taste or smell, a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes) please do not come to the event, manage your symptoms and self isolate. Always call before visiting your doctor or health facility. 5. Please practice good hand hygiene: hand sanitizer will be available, but also wash your hands with soap and water when possible. 6. All provincial COVID-19 health restrictions must be followed. As such, there is a chance this event may be cancelled and/or additional rules may apply if restrictions change. Guidelines: 1. You are responsible for your own garbage. Please deal with it accordingly. 2. Please respect and abide by all requests from the CAL-PaH board members 3. Ask permission before taking pictures of people, even if they are clothed. Consent is mandatory. 4. Please do not stare, gawk or ogle. 5. Sexual activity and exhibitionism are unacceptable. The park is still a public, family-friendly area; it is not a "hook-up" spot. 6. Be courteous of other people: Some people use the space to enjoy (being naked) in public, some use it to socialize. Do not engage someone if they wish not to be engaged. 7. Refreshments are subject to a minimum donation, per item. Minimum donations amounts will be posted at the event. While quantities last.