Other Dog Activities in Quebec

Tired of watching Fido run laps in the dog park? We've got the scoop on lots of other dog friendly attractions in Quebec too. You’ll find information on all of the dog friendly wineries, boat rentals, botanical gardens, drive-ins, and other offbeat animal attractions in Quebec here.

Pet Friendly La Maison Lavande
La Maison Lavande Located in the heart of the Lower Laurentians, La Maison Lavande is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the property as long as their owners pick up after them and ensure their pets are respectful. La Maison Lavande features lavender fields, shops and more. Admission is free during certain times of the year. Guests can find this information as well as its operating hours, on its official website. See Details
Pet Friendly Funiculaire du Vieux-Québec
Funiculaire du Vieux-Québec The Funicular of Old Quebec, which was first built in 1879, is pet-friendly. The railway that operates using gravity scales 195 feet from the Basse-Ville to the Haute-Ville, all while offering views over the historic old town. Dogs are allowed on the funicular for no additional fee. The Funicular of Old Quebec is open every day of the week from 7:30am to 11:30pm. See Details
Aire commune Dogs are also welcome on the terrace. An alternative, non-conventional desk, Air commune is the first outdoor coworking space and terrace in Canada with Wifi, a bar, restaurant, and community space to work, relax, and meet other working professionals in the neighborhood. The space also offers enclosed meeting spaces to reserve. Nightly events include yoga, game nights, expositions, and music. See Details
Microbrasserie 4 Origines Microbrasserie 4 Origines is a dog-friendly taproom and brewery. Take a tour of the brewery and learn how they make their delicious beers. The beers on the list include an apricot flavored beer, a golden ale and a cappuccino stout. They don't sell food but you can eat takeout inside. To entertain humans, there are board games to enjoy as well. Microbrasserie 4 Origines has different opening times in summer and winter. The summer hours are Monday through Wednesday from 4pm to 11pm, Thursday to Friday from 4pm to 1am, Saturday from 12pm to 1am and Sunday from 12pm to 1am. The winter hours are Monday though Wednesday from 4pm to 11pm, Thursday to Friday from 4pm to 1am, Saturday from 12pm to 1am, and Sunday from 12pm to 8pm. See Details
Relais Nordik Relais Nordik is a pet-friendly cruise around Quebec's offshore islands and coastal towns. The usual route goes along Quebec’s Middle and Lower North Shore, to Anticosti Island, from Rimouski to Blanc-Sablon with port calls in Sept-Îles, Port-Menier, Havre-Saint-Pierre, Natashquan, Kegaska, La Romaine, Harrington Harbour, Tête-à-la-Baleine, La Tabatière, and St-Augustin. All passengers must register their dogs at least 24 hours before they plan on traveling to make sure there is enough room on board for them. There is a pet fee of $30 for bringing Fido on the cruise. 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
Jude-Pomme Located about 45 minutes from Montreal, Jude-Pomme offers personalized apple picking in their beautiful orchard. Bring a picnic and spend a day in the countryside, taking a tractor ride and enjoying the panoramic view. Leashed dogs are accepted. Jude-Pomme is open every day of the week during the picking season from 9:30am to 5:00pm. See Details
Enviro Kayak Envirokayak is pet-friendly. You and your pup can go on a canoeing adventure together, led by an experienced guide. Vests are required for both humans and dogs, and it is recommended to bring your own dog vest if you have one. There is no additional fee for dogs. See Details
Film Noir au Canal As the name suggests, Film Noir au Canal puts on classic film noir movies on the banks of the Lachine Canal. Before the movie begins, you an your pup can come early for a musical performance. Quiet, leashed dogs are allowed. See Details
Bleuetière Asselin Bleuetière Asselin is pet-friendly. You and your pup can pick your own blueberries, pumpkins, apples, or raspberries. Dogs must be leashed on the premises. Hours vary depending on season. See Details
Plains of Abraham Plains of Abraham is pet-friendly. This historic area within The Battlefields Park in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada is the location of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, which took place on 13 September 1759. The hundreds of acres of the fields became used for grazing, housing, and minor industrial structures after this date and can still be explored with your leashed pup today. The pet-friendly trails lead to views of a river, forested areas and more. See Details
Cime Aventures Cime Aventures is pet-friendly. They offer a number of outdoor adventures on the river, including canoeing, snorkeling, and tubing, all allowing you to take advantage of the natural beauty along the Bonaventure River. Dogs must be on leash, except when in the canoe. Contact them for details on rental times. See Details
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
Verger Heath Verger Heath is pet-friendly. At Verger Heath Orchard, your pup can help you pick your own apples in their 16-acre orchard or choose pre-picked from one of the over 25 varieties starting mid-summer. Dogs must be on a leash at all times, and owners must clean up after pets. See Details
The Battlefields Park Dogs are welcome at the Battlefields Park. The famous Plains of Abraham took place here, and it is a perfect combination of history, culture, and recreation. Commemorative plaques, heritage interpretation signs, and artillery guns recall the park's storied past. Today, this urban park allows people to enjoy free summer shows and take in the stunning views with their leashed pups. See Details
Rue du Trésor Rue du Trésor is pet-friendly. Located in a narrow street in Old Quebec, Rue du Tresor offers visitors a quaint stroll through an open air art gallery, where you can either buy a unique souvenir or simply admire the works on display. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are allowed on the street, but it is up to the individual shop owners if they are allowed inside the store. See Details
La Seigneurie The Seigneurie is pet-friendly. Bring your leashed pup along to visit beautiful gardens including a lavender one. They also have a boutique with lavender soaps and products for sale. They are open every day of the week from 10am to 6pm. See Details