Dog Friendly Activities in Burlington, ON

There aren't any dog friendly activities in Burlington. However, you'll find information on all of the dog friendly activities within a 20 mile radius of Burlington below! 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 Burlington, ON, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!

Pet Friendly Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville, ON
Acres of beautiful off-leash woodland walking trails, with river access. Washrooms in spring/summer/fall and water bowls for dogs. Accessed from the campground side at Bronte Road/Upper Middle.
Pet Friendly Corporal Nathan Cirillo Leash Free Area in Ancaster, ON
Formerly known as the Ancaster Leash Free Dog Park @ Cinema Park, this area is a natural oasis. It is 23.5 totally fenced acres, and features a double gated entry, park benches, a stream, and walking trails. The park is open year round to visitors from all regions in and around Hamilton Ontario Canada. It is located on Golf Links Road between Legend Court and Kitty Murray Lane, directly beside the Silver City Movie Cinemas.
Pet Friendly Bruce Trail in Hamilton, ON
A hiking trail (more than 890 km of main trail and more than 400 km of side trails) from Queenston, Ontario to Tobermory, Ontario. Much of the trail follows the Niagara Escarpment. The trail has beautiful scenery, woodlands, meadows, waterfalls, and historical features. It passes through some urban areas and there are places of incredible peace. Many places to walk with your dog.
Pet Friendly Jack Darling Leash Free in Mississauga, ON
Over 3 km of leash free dog space. Includes a sand pit area, hill climbing, with bathrooms for humans and a water source to fill drinking bowls for doggies. The trail areas are for the most part covered with pebbles which is great in the wet spring months and winter thaw. There are some areas that can get muddy but, for the most part, if you strive not to bring home a mud ball - it's doable at this park. Dogs don't have access to the beach or any large body of water (although there is a beach area for humans and leashed pets that is part of the overall park) but there is always someone to play with and it's a good walk for the motivated owner who wants to get some exercise. There is plenty of parking. In the winter months part of the hill is closed for use by tobogganers, but it's fully fenced in so it's not a problem with dog owners. Next to high park this is one of my favorite places to walk my dogs.
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