Dog Friendly Activities in Rougemont, QC

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Rougemont. 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 Rougemont.

Pet Friendly Cidrerie Michel Jodoin
Cidrerie Michel Jodoin Cidrerie Michel Jodoin is pet-friendly. Leashed dogs are allowed on the hiking trails at the Cidrerie Michel Jodoin on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. There are 3.6 km of trail on the mountain, taking an average of 1.5 hours. Dogs are welcome spring, summer, and fall from 9am to 4pm and winter from 9am to 3pm. See Details
Pet Friendly TARTOPOM
TARTOPOM Tartopom offers pear and apple-picking from the end of august through mid-october as well as a selection of apple, pear, and maple products. Leashed dogs are accepted, and owners must clean up after their dog. During the apple season, Tartopom is open every day of the week from 10am to 5pm. See Details
Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park is pet-friendly. Located near Montreal, this park has five lakes, an orchard, a historic mill and dozens of miles of trails to explore with your pooch. Keep your eyes peeled for the hundreds of species of flowers, trees and plants that fill the area. Leashed dogs are welcome on three of the summer trails: Le Seigneurial, Le Petit-Duc, and Le Grand-Duc. Dogs can also eat a picnic at Les Étangs, Mémorial and Du Moulin. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 8:30am to 7:00pm. See Details
The Old Cellar The Old Cellar is pet-friendly. Situated at the foot of Mont Saint-Hilaire, La Vielle Cave sells a variety of products made from the apples grown in their orchard, where you and your pup can go apple, pear, or plum-picking. Dogs must be leashed inside the store. The Old Cellar is open every day of the week from 9am to 6pm. See Details
Parc Le Rocher Parc Le Rocher is pet-friendly. This 125 hectare municipal park is located in Saint-Amable and welcomes leashed dogs to join their owners on the trails. The marshland that now exists here used to house a sandpit, but Fido would have to dig for a while to find any. When it's snowy out, slip on your snowshoes and tread the trails that wind through trees together. See Details