Dog Friendly Activities in New Brunswick

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in New Brunswick, we can point you towards the nearest off-leash dog park, the most popular dog beach, a really great hiking trail, and lots of other places to play with Fido.

Pet Friendly Bed, Bath & Beyond
Bed, Bath & Beyond Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners while they shop at Bed, Bath & Beyond. The store is open Monday-Friday 9:00am-9:00pm, Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Centennial Park Dog Park
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
Isaac's Run Dog Park Spacious dog park with separate areas for large and small dogs with water stations and waste baggies available. See Details
Edmundston Dog Park Spacious, fenced off leash dog area with agility and exercise obstacles available. See Details
Cityview Dog Park Small dog park without any features, but currently the only official off-leash area in the city. Cityview Avenue, off of Main Street on Fredericton's Northside. See Details
Knowledge Park Drive Dog Park Big park with section for smaller dogs great place lots of room. See Details
Canadian Tire Pet friendly retailer - make sure they're on a leash! See Details
Homestar dog park Dog owners now have a place for their dogs to shed some energy at the new Homestar Off Leash Dog Park thanks to a substantial funding injection from the province and the park's official sponsor, Homestar Inc. Located at 222 Vincent Road just south of the Gondola Point Arterial, it is a place where dogs are permitted to run free under their handler's supervision. The Homestar Off Leash Dog Park, operated by the Town of Quispamsis, is a great place for your four-legged friend to exercise, socialize and play. The park is approximately a half acre in size with a trail that loops around the perimeter, connecting to Matthew's Brook Trail via the Vincent Road pedestrian underpass. Please remember you are legally responsible for your dog and any injuries caused by your dog. Use of the park is at your own risk. The Off Leash Dog Park is open dawn to dusk, unless otherwise posted or advertised. See Details
Irving Big Stop Bark Park Irving Big Stop is dog-friendly! Bring Fido to this Salisbury gas station and restaurant's fenced-in, grassy dog park where dogs can safely relax and stretch their legs off-leash during a long road trip. Waste bags are provided, along with some agility equipment for the dogs to use so they can stretch their paws. See Details
Fundy National Park Fundy National Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome in picnic areas, at campsites and on any trails around the park. This park stands out for being home to the world’s highest tides, pristine forests, and deluxe campgrounds. You can paddle in a kayak as the waters rise up or walk on the sea floor at low tide. Leashed pups can join their owners, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Shediac Dog Park Shediac Dog Park is pet-friendly. This dog park is a great spot to bring a furry friend for some off-leash fun. There are two fenced-in areas: one for small dogs and one for larger dogs. Each section has a double gate system to prevent escapes. There are picnic tables for owners to sit at and a few pieces of agility equipment, too. See Details
Rainbow Park Bark Park Rainbow Park Bark Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome to stay and play at this fun recreational area. The park contains an off-leash space for dogs to play and have fun. See Details
Moncton Dog Runners Moncton Dog Runners are a group of outdoor enthusiasts who love being active with their dogs. They do this by participating in harness dog sports, including canicross, bikejoring, skijoring, kicksledding, and scooter. They'd love you to come along and try out one of these exciting sports with your dog, all you need is a proper harness designed for harness dog sports and that Fido remains in control and attached via a hands-free leash or bungee line. If this sounds like something you'd love to get involved in, there are events held all over Moncton during the week and on weekends. To find out more information, contact them via email at See Details
Edward Poirier Memorial Dog Park Edward Poirier Memorial Dog Park is an off-leash dog park in Dalhousie. Dogs must have current vaccinations (including kennel cough) and be legally licensed. There is a limit of two dogs per handler. Owners must stay inside fenced area and supervise their dogs at all times. Park users are to have a dog leash in their possession at all times and must watch for bad behaviour. Owners must clean up any mess that their dogs leaves behind. See Details
Dalhousie Mountain Trail Dalhousie Trail is pet-friendly. Take a walk through the Appalachians via the beautiful Dalhousie Mountain trail. Enjoy the views of both the world famous Restigouche River and the Bay des Chaleurs. Dogs are welcome on a leash if all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Saint John Bark Park Saint John Bark Park is pet-friendly. This park has a smaller fenced in area for dogs to hang out in away from the crowds. The larger enclosure is a great place for dogs to make new friends and play fetch. There are dog bags on site, but there's not water available. The park is open every day of the week from 8am to 11pm. See Details
Foghorn Brewing Company Foghorn Brewing Company is pet-friendly. This brew pub doesn't serve food, but welcomes dogs to hang out while you enjoy a beer. They are open Monday through Wednesday from 12pm to 8pm, Thursday through Saturday from 12pm to 10pm and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm. See Details