Off-Leash Dog Parks in Burlington, ON

There are 3 off-leash dog parks in Burlington, and 17 more nearby. 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.

Pet Friendly King Road Leash Free Dog Park at Bayview Park
King Road Leash Free Dog Park at Bayview Park Bayview Park offers spectacular views of Burlington and Burlington Bridge. The park features a leash free area, model airplane clubhouse with airstrip, and a baseball diamond. See Details
Pet Friendly Roly Bird Park
Roly Bird Park Roly Bird Park in Burlington, ON, offers an off-leash dog park for Fido to play! The park also has a baseball diamond, two sports fields, a playground, as well as parking. See Details
Norton Park Norton Park is a community park is located across from Haber Community Centre on Tim Dobbie Dr in the Alton Village area of Burlington. It features a leash free area for Fido to play, as well as two artificial turf fields, a basketball court, skateboard park, playground with splashpad, as well as parking. See Details
Corporal Nathan Cirillo Leash Free Area 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. See Details
Jack Darling Leash Free 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. See Details
Don Russell Memorial Park This off-leash dog park is located at Birmingham Street at Faustina Drive. See Details
Totoderaca Leash-Free Dog Park Well kept, spacious area for your pups/dogs to roam free and have a blast making new friends! See Details
Trafalgar Memorial Park The off-leash area at Trafalgar Memorial Park is now open. This dog-friendly area allows pooches to socialise and exercise too. The park consists of two sections, one for larger dogs, and another for smaller breeds. The larger park area also includes a couple of large ponds, an active playground, and a community area. The park is open every day of the week, 24 hours a day. See Details
Shell Dog Park Shell Dog Park is an off-leash recreation area in Ontario's Oakville district. The park provides an area for pooches to socialise, get some exercise, and be free off-leash. Additionally, there are a number of little spots for you to sit at while Fido goes about their business. The park is open 24 hours a day, every day of the week. See Details
Palermo Park Palermo Park is a clean, large, and open dog park in Oakville, Ontario. There is a fenced-in area for Fido to run off-leash and a walking trail that surrounds the park for owners to enjoy. There isn't a water fountain on the premises, so you should take a portable bowl with you to quench your dog's thirst after their exercise. Palermo Park is open every day of the week from 8am to 11pm. See Details
Kingsford Gardens Kingsford Gardens is an off-leash dog park in Oakville, Ontario. This pretty park is home to a small off-leash area for pups to play and make friends. After Fido has expended some of their extra energy, you can take a walk on the trails around the rest of the area. There are a number of places for you to sit and hang out as well. Kingsford Gardens is open every day of the week from 8am to 11pm. See Details
Lakeside Park Dogs are allowed at Lakeside Park, a 1.6 acre off-leash area at the waters' edge of Lake Ontario. This popular dog park is great fun for pets and their owners. On hot days, Fido can get themselves a drink from the lake. The park is open every day of the week from 7am to 11pm. See Details
Glenashton Park Glenashton Park is a dog park in Oakville, Ontario. This popular pup paradise has plenty of perfect pet-friendly parts, including picnic tables and a windowed wind screen. The rest of the park is popular among skaters and there are plenty of fun activities for kids to get involved in like splash pads. The park is not huge and may get busy at times, especially between 10am to 4pm. To avoid over-crowding, try and get to the park during the other open hours on weekdays from 9am to 9pm, Saturday from 9am to 6pm, and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. See Details
Post Park Post Park is a wooded off-leash dog park that Fido will love. It's a great place for pooches to meet new pals and get some exercise. While the pups play, humans can wander the trail that zigzags through the off-leash area. The park is also home to plenty of watering bowls and a shaded area to use when the sun is beaming down. Post Park is open every day of the week from 8am to 11pm. See Details
Central Bark Leash Free Milton's dog park, Central Bark, is a popular pet-friendly recreation area in Milton, Ontario. The park is fenced-in, allowing dogs to run and play as freely as they want without their owners having to worry about them running off. While your pooch socializes and gets some exercise, you can relax at the benches provided. The park is open all day, every day. See Details
Steve McDonnell Leash Free Dog Park Steve McDonnell Leash Free Dog Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Grimsby. The park is named after a local man who spent much of his life fostering guide dogs. The fenced-in area is a great space to hang out with your pooch and get some exercise. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind by your pooch. Steve McDonnell Leash Free Dog Park is open every day of the week from 7am to 9pm. See Details
Parkway Belt Parkway Belt is a pet-friendly off-leash dog park located at the end of the Hershey Trail. The park has recently had a new linked fence installed to keep Fido safe and secured inside the 3.2 acres. This park is a little quieter than others in the area, so might be ideal for nervous pups. Parkway Belt is open every day of the week from 8am to 11pm. See Details
Jack Darling Memorial Park Jack Darling Memorial Park is home to one of the largest off-leash dog parks in all of Ontario. Your dog can play in the park, while you hang out in one of the shaded areas. Unfortunately, there's no water provided for pooches, but there are bags for you to clean up after they do their business. The park is usually open every day of the week from 7am to 11pm. Summer hours may differ day by day. See Details
Quenippenon Meadows Quenippenon Meadows, often known as Q Park, is home to a popular pet-friendly dog park. There, you can let Fido run off-leash to their heart's content at this park with one area for small pooches and another for larger dogs. The park has a number of entrances for pets and their owners to gain access to the 1.4 acres. In addition to the dog park, there's a soccer field, tennis court, baseball field, and splash-pad. Quenippenon Meadows is open every day of the week from 7:00am to 9:30pm. See Details
Totoredaca Totoredaca is a pet-friendly place for pups and their people. This park is equipped with a splash pool and a doggy pool and there's a wooded area to naturally shade you on hotter days. The 3.5 acre off-leash area has a number of different areas for Fido to explore. There's even a separate area for smaller pups. The park is open every day of the week from 5:30am to 12:00am. See Details