Dog Friendly Activities in Toronto, ON

There are 95 dog friendly activities in Toronto. 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 Toronto.

Pet Friendly Silverbirch Park
Silverbirch Park This off-leash dog park is located from the foot of Silverbirch Ave. to the foot of Nursewood Rd. See Details
Pet Friendly Sherwood Park
Sherwood Park Sherwood Park features a large playground, wading pools, walking trails, picnic tables, and an off-leash dog park. Leashed dogs are also welcome to join their humans throughout many of the park's other areas beyond the dog park. See Details
Riverdale Park West Riverdale Park West features an off-leash dog park near the lower playing fields, southeast of Riverdale Farm. See Details
Black Lab Brewing Dogs are welcome at Black Lab Brewing. You and Fido can hang out inside together at this brand new pet-friendly brewery. Their tap list, which changes regularly, includes Cornerstone Black Lager, Sitting Pretty APA, Double Dry Hop IPA, and Rhubarb Kennel Sour. Black Lab Brewing is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 9pm. See Details
Thomson Memorial Park Thomson Memorial Park features three fully-fenced dog parks--one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and one for shy dogs. There is plenty of parking and a couple paved paths through the park. See Details
Toronto Harbour Tours Toronto Harbour Tours is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on this cruise. It will take you on a tour of the scenic Toronto skyline, and gives you a close up look at the beautiful Toronto Islands and waterfront. Hop on one of our frequent boat tours and enjoy entertaining and informative narration live from one of professional captains. Leashed pups can in in the fun, too. See Details
Sunnybrook Park The popular Sunnybrook Park offers many amenities for dogs to enjoy with their humans, including an off-leash dog park below the Sunnybrook Hospital, on the west side of the West Don River. Leashed pets are also welcome throughout most of the areas of the remainder of the park. See Details
Left Field Brewery Left Field Brewery is dog-friendly! Bring Fido to this Toronto brewery where dogs are welcome and they even have a basset hound mascot named Wrigley. Left Field Brewery even has an award-winning beer, Wrigley Oat Pale Ale, which is named after their canine head of security and customer relations. The brewery's tap room and bottle shop are family friendly; children and leashed dogs are always welcome. Left Field Brewery is open daily from 11am - 9pm. See Details
Monarch Park This off-leash dog park is located at 115 Hanson Street at CNR tracks. See Details
Cassels Avenue Playground This off-leash dog park is located at 69 Cassels Avenue at Brookside Avenue. See Details
Urban Barn Bring your dog to shop for furniture and accessories store for your home and office at Urban Barn. See Details
High Park This 125-year-old park and recreation area is 398-acres of gorgeous gardens, hiking trails, picnic areas, playgrounds, and fun activities. Plus, there are baseball fields, an outdoor pool, ice rink, tennis courts, a green house, a zoo, and the High Park Adventure Playground for the kids. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout much of the park, and there is also an off-leash dog park located within the park. See Details
Eldred King Woodlands Eldred King Woodlands has beautiful extensive woodland trails where leashed dogs can enjoy the forest trails. See Details
Cherry/Clarke Beach You can enjoy a day at the beach with your pup at Cherry/Clark Beach. With ample parking, close proximity to the Martin Goodman Trail, and a designated off-leash area for dogs to romp along the beach's western boundary, you and Fido are sure to enjoy a trip to this popular spot in Toronto. See Details
Earl Bales Leash Free Dog Park This lovely and expansive leash-free park offers many amenities including walking trails. Visitors to the park must follow the rules posted at each of the three double-gated entrances. Access to the park is off Don River Boulevard from Sheppard Avenue West. See Details
G. Ross Lord Off-Leash Dog Park This off-leash park is fully fenced and offers benches, garbage cans, and a small trail.
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Sir Winston Churchill Park Sir Winston Churchill Park offers a large off-leash dog area in addition to other amenities. See Details
Bickford Park This off-leash dog park is located at 400 Grace Street at Harbord Street and features plenty of room to run and play no matter what the season. See Details
The Haunted Walk of Toronto Ghosts and graveyards, hangings and haunts. From the old military town of York to the metropolitan city of today, discover Toronto’s ghost stories and darker history. You will never look at the city the same again.
Haunted Walks Inc specializes in creating and sharing extraordinary experiences. We are best known for our award-winning evening walking tours by lantern-light of local ghost stories and darker history. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on our tours, but all dogs must remain on a leash for the duration of the tour. Dogs are regrettably not able to attend tours that frequent buildings. Please call for details, pricing, and tour schedule.
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Wychwood Barns Park Wychwood Barns Park offers many amenities including an off-leash dog park. See Details
Trinity Bellwoods Park The off-leash dog park at Trinity Bellwoods Park features a large grassy space, restrooms, and water features. The park is not fully-fenced. See Details
Norwood Park This off-leash park is located at 16 Norwood Road, near Woodbine & Gerrard Street. See Details
Clarence Square Park This off-leash dog park is only about two blocks from the Hyatt Regency. It is fully-fenced with several double gate entrances. It has pea gravel and no grass. There are two water dispensers. There is one garbage can, several benches, and a few shade trees. See Details
Rouge National Urban Park Rouge National Urban Park is a dog-friendly outdoor recreation area in Toronto, ON. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you on one of the many trails that range from easy to difficult. Use caution as there are limited amenities in the park and bears and coyotes are frequently sighted. See Details