Dog Friendly Activities in Brockville, ON

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Brockville. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Brockville.

Pet Friendly Mac Johnson Wildlife Area
Mac Johnson Wildlife Area Dogs are welcome to explore Mac Johnson Wildlife Area with their owners. This pet-friendly outdoor destination is made up of 532 hectares of wetland, field, and forest. The centerpiece of the park is the reservoir that maintains water levels for the Buells Creek System. There are a number of picturesque picnic spots dotted around the park that can be enjoyed by visitors looking to relax after a walk. There are seven miles of trails that tour through the area, perfect for hikers and their pooches. Mac Johnson Wildlife Area is open every day of the week from 7:30am to 8pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Brockville Off-Leash Dog Park
Brockville Off-Leash Dog Park Brockville Off-Leash Dog Park is a great place for pooches to get some exercise and meet other pups. This pet-friendly recreation area is fully fenced in and provides two large enclosed areas for dogs. The two acres includes one large enclosed area for mature dogs and one for puppies or small dogs. There is a shaded forest area, grass, and two watering stations. The park also has benches, tables and a shelter where you can relax and watch your dog. The park is always open. See Details
Uncle Sam Boat Tours Offering scenic cruises in the heart of the 1000 Islands, Uncle Sam Boat Tours are dog-friendly! Pets are allowed on vessels as long as they are leashed and fully under control. Dog owners should ensure they are not booking cruises where food is served (such as the Luncheon Cruise, Dinner Cruise, and Craft Beer & Wine Cruise). Pets are not allowed at Boldt Castle; however, the Castle requires a separate admission fee, so dog owners will not be losing money at this stop. Sightseeing cruises are available on a first-come basis, while specialty cruises require advance reservations. Uncle Sam Boat Tours' daily schedule can be found on its official website and tickets can be purchased online. See Details
Thousand Islands National Park-Jones Creek Trails Jones Creek Trails at Thousand Islands National Park are pet-friendly. You can bring Fido with you to enjoy the varied trails around the area, varying in difficulty from an easy 20-minute walk to a moderate 2-hour hike, leading to scenic lookouts, rugged rock faces, and towering pine trees. Make sure you keep your pooch on a leash for the duration of their visit. See Details
Sand Bay County Park Sand Bay County Park is a pet-friendly recreation area on the shores of the Charleston Lake. The forest at the park is made up of towering white pine, hemlock, eastern white cedar, sugar maple, and red and white oak trees. You can explore the diverse forest on one of the trails that loop through the area. This day-use park is mainly used for picnicking and swimming, home to a large picnic pavilion, picnic tables, BBQ stands, and benches to take a break at. See Details
Black Lake Black Lake is one of the most widely known fishing and vacation spots in New York State. It offers dog-friendly campsites, cottages, and cabins, along with activities like boating and kayaking. Dogs must be leashed at all times when outside. See Details