Dog Friendly Activities in Leduc, AB

There are 28 dog friendly activities within 20 miles of Leduc. 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 Leduc.

Pet Friendly Paisley Dog Park
Paisley Dog Park Paisley Dog Park is the perfect place to play off-leash with your pooch. The Park is fully fenced with agility equipment, a gravel path, and special areas for small and shy dogs. Paisley Dog Park brands itself as best for walking, ball throwing, and owners with multiple dogs. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Pet Friendly Whyte Avenue
Whyte Avenue Whyte Avenue is known for being dog-friendly, especially in the summer months. This popular Edmonton shopping district is home to many pet-friendly stores and a plethora of restaurants with pet-friendly patios. There are also many festivals on Whyte Avenue, and dogs are welcome at all outdoor parts of most festivals. See Details
Terwillegar Park Terwillegar Park provides acres and acres of space for your pup to enjoy playing without a leash. Just make sure your dog is licensed and vaccinated before enjoying the park. See Details
Jackie Parker Park Jackie Parker Park is a large open space where Fido can romp off-leash. The Park is best for walking, ball throwing, and playing with multiple dogs. Jackie Parker features granular and natural paths, access to water, partial lighting, and snow removal in certain sections. The Park is not fenced. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. Jackie Parker Park is open daily from 5am to 11pm. See Details
Gold Bar Trail Bring Fido to Gold Bar Trail to hike off-leash along the river. Gold Bar Trail features a granular walking path, partial fencing, water access, and partial lighting. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. The park is open from 5am to 11pm daily. See Details
Buena Vista Dog Park Bring Fido to romp off-leash at the Buena Vista Dog Park. This area brands itself as great for ball throwing, walking and playing with multiple dogs. It is not fenced, although it does feature gravel and paved paths, water access, and snow removal on parking lots and its bike path. Dogs should be leashed during hot air balloon launches and must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. The park is open daily from 5am to 11pm. See Details
Dawson Park Dawson Park features a large off-leash area where dog owners can bring multiple dogs on walks or play a game of fetch. Along with open space, Dawson Park offers paved and gravel paths, and partial lighting. When it snows, hard surface trails will be cleared. The area is not fenced. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. Dawson Park is open daily from 5am to 11pm. See Details
Alex Decoteau Dog Park Fido can play off-leash in Alex Decoteau Dog Park, a fenced-in area with paw-friendly surfacing and trash bins. The Park features street and park lighting. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. Alex Decoteau Dog Park is open seven days a week from 5am to 11pm. See Details
Mill Creek Ravine North Mill Creek Ravine North is an off-leash area perfect for walking your pooch. The area features a granular path and water access. It is not fenced. The granular trail along the bottom of the ravine to the 82 Ave overpass is the only space where dogs can explore off-leash. Dogs must be licensed and cleaned up after. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. Mill Creek Ravine North is open daily from 5am to 11pm. See Details
Patricia Ravine Fido can explore off-leash at the Patricia Ravine! The trek features paved and granular mix paths and water access. Dogs hiking the Patricia Ravine must be cleaned up after and licensed during their visit. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Keheewin Blackmud Creek Keheewin Blackmud Creek is an off-leash area perfect for playing with multiple dogs, a game of fetch or a walk. Keheewin Blackmud Creek is a large open space that is partially fenced. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Belgravia Belgravia is an off-leash area best for walking and ball throwing. It features a partly paved and partly natural path, snow removal on hard pathways, and street lighting along Sask. Drive. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed during their time at Belgravia. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Mill Creek Ravine South Bring Fido to explore Mill Creek Ravine South. Mill Creek Ravine South brands itself as good for walking and throwing the ball with your pet. The area is not fenced. It features a granular path and access to water. Only the granular trail in the ravine area is off-leash. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. Mill Creek Ravine South is open daily from 5am to 11pm. See Details
Callingwood Featuring open space and a path through the woods, Callingwood is the perfect space for an off-leash walk or a game of fetch. Callingwood is not fenced. Its path is part gravel and part natural. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed during their visit. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Hawrelak Trail Hawrelak Trail is an off-leash area perfect for walks through the woods and along the water. Hawrelak features a granular and natural trail. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed during their walk. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
91 Street Berm Bring Fido to 91 Street Berm to walk off-leash or toss a ball. 91 Street Berm is fenced on one side and features a partially paved and partially mowed path. There is a large road that runs alongside 91 Street Berm. Owners should be absolutely sure they have voice control over their dog before allowing them to walk off-leash. They should also have a leash on hand. Dogs exploring 91 Street Berm will need to be cleaned up after and licensed. See Details
Valleyview Drive Valleyview Drive is an off-leash dog area branding itself as great for short walks and ball throwing with Fido. Valleyview Drive is not fenced, and it does not feature paths or water access. The area is close to a road, so dog owners should be sure they have complete voice control of their pet before heading out to play. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have a leash on hand. See Details
Jasper Avenue Riverbank Jasper Avenue Riverbank is an off-leash area for walking with your pet. Dog owners should be aware that Jasper Avenue Riverbank does border a road. They should be certain that they have complete voice control over their pet before heading out. The path is paved and features street lighting. It runs from the top of the riverbank from 82 to 91 street. Snow will be cleared if necessary. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Saddleback Road Bring Fido to Saddleback Road, an off-leash area perfect for walking and a game of fetch. Saddleback Road features a paved path, partial lighting, and fencing on one or two sides, depending on the area. Snow removal is expected on pathways. The Saddleback area borders a road, so dog owners should be sure they have complete voice control over their pet before heading out to play. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have a leash on hand. See Details
Blue Quill North and East Blue Quill is an ideal spot to play a game of fetch with Fido or take a walk off-leash. Its path is paved for part of the way, with partial street lighting. Snow removal is expected on pathways. Blue Quill is fenced on one side. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed during their visit. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Larkspur Bring Fido to Larkspur for off-leash fun! Larkspur features a paved path, one-sided fencing, snow removal, and partial street lighting. The area is ideal for walks and games of fetch. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Brander Gardens Brander Gardens is an off-leash area best for a short walk with Fido. The path is not fenced, but it is paved and partially lit with street lights. It will be cleared of snow when necessary. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Mill Woods Corridor Mill Woods Corridor is an off-leash area best for walking or playing a game of fetch with Fido. Mill Woods offers a partly paved path, partial fencing, water access, snow removal, and partial lighting along the NE stretch of pathway. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed. Owners should have voice control of their pet and have a leash on hand. See Details
Duggan Rideau Park Roadway Bring Fido to Duggan Rideau Park Roadway to walk off-leash or play a game of fetch. The area is fenced on one side for most of the way, and fenced on three sides at the Northern section. Duggan Rideau is partially lit by street lights. It borders a road, so dog owners should ensure they have complete voice control of their dog before heading out. Dogs must be cleaned up after and licensed during their visit. Owners should have a leash on hand. See Details