Off-Leash Dog Parks in Canada

There are few things in life a dog loves more than running off-leash with his canine comrades. No matter where you live or where you’re headed in Canada, we can help you find an off-leash dog park nearby. We'll even give you the scoop on poop bag and water availability.

Pet Friendly Don Valley Brick Works Park
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
Pet Friendly Sunnybrook Park
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
Sandy Beach/River Park Sandy Beach/River Park is a great dog park. There are lots of dogs to play with, lots of garbage cans for poo bags, plenty of parking, benches and picnic tables, a dog water fountain, and access to the river. To get to the river you must do down a pretty steep path and through a small "on-leash" area but once you cross the bridge there is a small forested area and places for the dogs to play in the water. There is also a nice path that is good for humans! It is gravel so no rollerblading but bikers and strollers can get around this park well. Great for runners too! See Details
MaCaulay Point Park Once you go past Flemming Beach and Buxton Green to the breakwater it opens up to an off leash paradise for pups and stunning views for their owners. If you want a social gathering head here on a weekday at about 5:30pm and all the locals and their dogs are out. The locals meet on top of the hill but there are 2 looping paths you can walk as well. The inner path is less remarkable but keeps you out of the wind on the days the weather isn't at it's best. The outer path is larger and has stunning views. There are also a few trails down to small beaches, for a cool dip. There is no drinking water at this park so bring a water bottle. The pups get thirsty with all the playing. 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
Greenwood Conservation Area (North End of Ajax) Ajax's Greenwood Conservation Area has beautiful views and a large area for off leash dog action. PLEASE DO NOT ENTER GREENWIOOD PARK MAIN ENTRANCE (off of Westney Road), as the main part of the park is supposed to be dog-free. Entrance is located on Church Street North, north of Taunton Road and just south of Concession 5. See Details
Sue Higgins Park Sue Higgins Park is Calgary's premier off-leash park. Explore hundreds of acres of natural backcountry nestled along the Bow River with your pooch. Dogs can romp in the natural setting, go for a swim, and make new friends along the way. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind and to make sure dogs are under voice control for the safety of other park users. Sue Higgins Park is open every day of the week from 5am to 11pm. See Details
Derby Reach Regional Park This is an amazing off-leash area with access to the Fraser River for dogs to swim in. There is 3 large fenced in parks with benches and trees just beside the camping area. The park is very well maintained and there is free poop bags provided. 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
Silverbirch Park This off-leash dog park is located from the foot of Silverbirch Ave. to the foot of Nursewood Rd. See Details
Ramsden Park Ramsden Park features an off-leash dog park located at 215 Avenue Road. See Details
Apollo Crater Park Clean Off-leash park in Orleans (east of Ottawa). Recovered crater is grassed and has planted trees on the sides. Friendly pet owners and other dogs of all sizes. See Details
Sir Winston Churchill Park Sir Winston Churchill Park offers a large off-leash dog area in addition to other amenities. See Details
Kew Gardens There is an off-leash dog park located within Kew Gardens at the south end of the park. This area, also known as Beaches Park, features an off-leash area adjacent to the beach. 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
Linwood Park Off Leash Dog Area Fully fenced off-leash park features benches, a walking trail, and a drinking water and wash-off area for dogs. See Details
Dallas Road Park When it comes to off leash parks in Victoria, this is by far the most popular, especially when the sun shines. You'll meet every breed and most are very social. 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
Centennial Park Dog Park Centennial park is a family friendly park in Moncton, NB with many great walking/hiking opportunities for you and your dog. Dogs are required to be on leash when not inside the actual dog park. The dog park is inside Centennial park and has a small dog and a large dog section. See Details
Miller Avenue Off-Leash Dog Park Miller Avenue Off-Leash Dog Park is open 24 hours a day, and welcomes dogs and people of all kinds (though puppies under four months are prohibited for vaccination reasons). The facility is fenced and handicapped-accessible, and offers tables, water, and bag dispensers for collecting animal waste. The Miller Avenue Off-Leash Dog Park is located at Miller Avenue and Rodick Road in Markham. See Details
Stony Swamp Conservation Area Leashed dogs are allowed on the trails unless otherwise posted. Bruce Pit and Conroy Pit are large off leash areas and trails, most of which are forested and approximately 3km. See Details
Brookswood Dog Park The Brookswood Dog Park has the most open space out of the Langley dog parks with a gravel walking track around the perimeter of the park which is great exercise for yourself and your pup. The entire park is fenced and there are separate areas for large and small dogs. Poop bags available at the entrance, and there is a water hose near the bathrooms. See Details
Tower Hill Off-Leash Area The area, a fenced 3/4 hectare site, is located in Ward 4 on Town-owned open space lands south of Tower Hill Road and just west of Yonge Street. It is contained by a 1.5 m tall chain link fence with a separate small dog area and a double-gated entry and exit area. The area is also located on the Town’s trail system to maximize its accessibility and the site will not impact any designated sensitive environmental areas. See Details
Ravine Park Great off leash park! Perfect walking trails and good common areas for dogs to play and run. See Details