Off-Leash Dog Parks in Mississauga, ON

There are 7 off-leash dog parks in Mississauga. 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 Mississauga.

Pet Friendly Jack Darling Leash Free
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
Pet Friendly Totoderaca Leash-Free Dog Park
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
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
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
Don Valley Brick Works Park Built on the site of a former quarry, Don Valley Brick Works Park offers many amenities include an off-leash dog park. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, but dogs can romp without a leash in the dog park beside the parking lot. 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
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
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
Ramsden Park Ramsden Park features an off-leash dog park located at 215 Avenue Road. See Details
Sir Winston Churchill Park Sir Winston Churchill Park offers a large off-leash dog area in addition to other amenities. 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
G. Ross Lord Off-Leash Dog Park This off-leash park is fully fenced and offers benches, garbage cans, and a small trail. 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
Allan Gardens Although dogs are not allowed within the conservatory, dogs are welcome to play off-leash at the fenced dog park located at the west end of Allan Gardens park, near 160 Gerrard Street East. See Details
Cedarvale Park This off-leash dog park is located east of Cedarvale Park's arena's parking lot. Leashed dogs are also welcome in the common areas of Cedarvale Park, which features a splash pad, playground, outdoor fitness equipment, and seasonal artificial ice rink. 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
David Crombie Park This off-leash dog park is located at The Esplanade and Lower Sherbourne Street. See Details
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
Don Russell Memorial Park This off-leash dog park is located at Birmingham Street at Faustina Drive. See Details
Hillcrest Park Hillcrest Park features an off-leash dog park in addition to many other amenities. See Details