Off-Leash Dog Parks in Quebec

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 Quebec, 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 Park des Jardins-Lavigne Off Leash Dog Park
Park des Jardins-Lavigne Off Leash Dog Park Just over the Ottawa river from Ottawa, the off-leash dog park is located in the undeveloped area of Jardins-Lavigne park (Bois-Franc Avenue, Aylmer) in Gatineau. Volunteers from the Aylmer Canine Club have installed benches and ensures its cleanliness. It's a circle path that takes approximately 15 min to walk at a regular pace. It's surrounded by hectares of natural wooded area with walking paths. In the the interior of the circle path is a lower wide flat grassy area for dog running and games, with a creek running through on one side. The parking lot for the off-leash park is also a parking lot for a young-children's playground with a sprinkler system area and sand area with climbing forts. See Details
Pet Friendly Parc Canin Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures
Parc Canin Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures In my opinion, best dog park close to the city. Lots of trees, room to run, and all the dogs are well behaved. Well worth the drive from the city centre. See Details
Parc national du Bic Parc national du Bic is a dog-friendly park in Rimouski, QC. Your leashed dog is welcome to enjoy the full 25 kilometers of loud-aid trails along the coast of this park. You will be able to enjoy beautiful water views of the capes, bays, coves, islands, and mountains with Fido. Don't forget to enjoy the sea waters and go kayaking as well! See Details
Laurier Dog Park Located in Sir Wilfrid Laurier Parc, there is a fenced-in area perfect for dogs to run and play. See Details
Drummondville Dog Park Drummondville Dog Park is a fenced-in, members only Park. It features green space, dozens of trees, benches, trash cans, and shade shelters. To become a member, dog owners can fill out a form at a Drummondville pet shop. Registration is $20 and is valid January to December. Pitbulls are not allowed to become members of the Drummondville Dog Park. See Details
Parc Canin Lefebvre Parc Canin Lefebvre is a dog-friendly park in Repentigny, QC. The large fenced park is the perfect place for Fido to run and play with other pups, and there is even a designated area for small dogs. There is a bench for people to rest as they watch the antics of the visiting canines. See Details
Dog Park near Julien-Lord Reservoir Dog Park near Julien-Lord Reservoir is a pet-friendly recreation area. This park offers a large, fenced-in green space for dogs to run around off-leash. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 7am to 7pm. See Details
La Fontaine Park La Fontaine Park is dog-friendly. This park is beautiful during all seasons, offering respite from the urban bustle with charming lanscape, plants, facilities and recreational opportunities. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you around the park as you explore the pretty areas via the trails. The park is open every day of the week from 6am until 12am. See Details
Plein-Air Canin Bring your dog to play at this private, pay-for-play dog park where dog can be unleashed with trails, water plan, frisbee and agility courses. The daily access fee remains at $5 per person and the monthly pass (starting May 1) is still $30 per family. See Details
Parc canin du Parc Laval-Ouest Parc canin du Parc Laval-Ouest is pet-friendly. This public dog park is fenced-in, allowing dogs to run freely inside without a leash. The park has a grassy area for a game of fetch and a walking path, too. Permanent residents in Montreal are required to purchase a permit annually, allowing dogs to use parks throughout the area. Make sure your dog is under control and that all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Jarry Park Jarry Park is pet-friendly. This park occupies a large expanse with areas designated for various sports fields, as well as a network of trails and a pond with a fountain. It's a great place to explore with your pooch, as long as they are leashed and all mess is cleaned up after them. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 6am until midnight. See Details
Parc a Chien Pointe-aux-Trembles Parc a Chien Pointe-aux-Trembles is pet-friendly. This enclosed grassy area is a perfect place for your dog to run freely off a leash. From May to September 2019, free dog behavior workshops will be held in this dog park. Permanent residents in Montreal are required to purchase a permit annually, allowing dogs to use parks throughout the area. Parc a Chien Pointe-aux-Trembles is open every day of the week from 7am until 11pm. See Details
Angell Woods Amazing enclosed dog park, for big and small dogs and forest trail. See Details
William Bowie Park A special fenced-in area provides dogs a long run in which to exercise. See Details
Percy Walters Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Percy Walters Park in Montreal. Your pooch can run around off-leash in this fenced-in grassy space. There are plenty of benches that allow human visitors to relax and keep an eye on their pets while they have fun and socialize. Water is available in the summer for both you and your dog. The park is always open and there are other trails to explore with your dog on a leash, too. See Details
Parc Canin Victoria Bring Fido to Victoria Dog Park to play off-leash. Victoria Dog Park features grassy areas, benches, and shade. There is an enclosure for agility exercises, as well as a small dog area and a large dog area. It is a large paddock at the corner of Rue Desaulniers and Chemin des Pelerins. Victoria Dog Park is open daily from 6am to 11pm. See Details
Parc a chiens La fontaine Parc a chiens La fontaine is pet-friendly. The open area is fenced-in, so your pooch can run freely without a leash inside. There are benches and log stumps for humans to take a rest on while dogs play fetch and hangs out with the other dogs in the park. The pretty trees around the park provide lots of shade on sunny days. Permanent residents in Montreal are required to purchase a permit annually, allowing dogs to use parks throughout the area. The park is open every day of the week from 8am until 11pm. See Details
Parc à chiens du parc Lucie-Bruneau Parc à chiens du parc Lucie-Bruneau is a dog park in Montreal. This pet-friendly recreation area is fenced-in, allowing your pooch to play freely without a leash, as long you're supervising and pick up any mess that they leave behind. The park also hosts canine behavior lessons. Permanent residents in Montreal are required to purchase a permit annually, allowing dogs to use parks throughout the area. Permanent residents in Montreal are required to purchase a permit annually, allowing dogs to use parks throughout the area. The park is open every day of the week from 7am to 11pm. See Details
Luger Triangle Dog Park This spacious, fenced off-leash park is partly wooded with a separate sections for large and small dogs. Ideal for exercising your dog while walking or running on trails or throwing a ball. Free parking, conveniently located near Highway 20. See Details
Parc a chien Angrignon Dogs are welcome at Parc a chien Angrignon. This pet-friendly enclosed space is reserved for dogs to run freely off of their leash. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that their pets leave behind in the park and to keep their pooch under control while they are playing with other dogs. Permanent residents in Montreal are required to purchase a permit annually, allowing dogs to use parks throughout the area. Parc a chien Angrignon is open every day of the week from 7am until 11pm. See Details
Parc Pie-XII The dog park at Parc Pie-XII is pet-friendly. You and your pooch will discover a fenced-in area where dogs can run off-leash at this park. Dogs are welcome around the rest of the park on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The park contains lots of pretty trails, some of which are shaded. See Details
Parc Canin, Ville de Sorel-Tracy Located on the north bank of the Saint Lawrence River to Sorel-Tracy on the south, this off-leash park offers separate areas for large and small dogs. See Details