Dog Friendly Activities in Prince Edward Island

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in Prince Edward Island, 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 Cabot Beach Provincial Park
Cabot Beach Provincial Park The largest park in Western Prince Edward Island, Cabot Beach Provincial Park is dog-friendly! Cabot Beach features a large day-use area and supervised swimming on the scenic Malpeque Bay. Leashed dogs are allowed to explore the property and the beach as long as their humans clean up after them. Cabot Beach Provincial Park is open daily from 8am to 11pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Brackley Drive-In Theatre
Brackley Drive-In Theatre Bring Fido to a film at the Brackley Drive-In Theatre! Leashed dogs are allowed to join their owners at the Theatre, as long as they clean up after them. Shows start at dusk, and owners should arrive around 8:30pm. The Drive-In is a double bill, and visitors have the option of watching one movie or both. Information on prices (cash only), and how to best enjoy the Drive-In, can be found on its official website. The Brackley Drive-In Theatre is open seasonally, so guests should call ahead to ensure it is open before planning their outing. See Details
Kinlock Beach Kinlock Beach in Charlottetown, PE, is dog-friendly. Allow Fido to explore this unique red sand beach below a picturesque red rock cliff backdrop. This pet-friendly secluded bay is an ideal spot to let dogs enjoy the crisp water of Bellevue Cove, but time your visit at low tide and let your canine companion venture out to a wide expanse of sand and clean shallow water. See Details
Canadian Tire Canadian Tire is dog-friendly! Leashed pets are welcome to join their owners while they shop at this Charlottetown location. Canadian Tire is open Monday - Saturday 8am - 9pm, Sunday noon - 6pm. See Details
Kool Breeze Farms This dog-friendly urban farm and garden centre is a great spot to hang out with your pooch. Featuring a large garden centre and farm market, a seasonal Christmas store, an ice cream shop, and a food truck, Kool Breeze Farms is full of fun! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners as they explore the property. Pets can even pop by the Ice Cream Barn for a special treat. The garden centre and farm market carry fresh Island strawberries, in-season produce, jumbo eggs, local preserves, and PEI honey and PEI sea salt, as well as seeds, plants, gardening tools and more. The food truck is seasonal, so call ahead to make sure they are open on the day you play on visiting. See Details
Tesla Wine Tour 'Tesla Wine Tour' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Evan. Start off at your preferred pick up location anywhere in and around Prince Edward County then drive in the Tesla Model S to the wineries. Bring a blanket for your dog to protect the Tesla's seats. The experience lasts 4 hours and can accommodate up to 4 guests ages 19 and up. Rates start at $72 per person. See Details
Capturing You in My Harbour Hometown 'Capturing You in My Harbour Hometown' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Rachel. Contact host before booking for prior approval of bringing Fido along. Create some lasting memories with your pooch as your host guides you around North Rustico while taking photos of you along the way. Your host will capture photos at the lighthouse and on the beach, as well as the harbour if time permits. You will receive 10-15 lightly edited photos within 1 week of shoot. The experience lasts 1 hour and can accommodate up to 5 guests ages 18 and up. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. Rates start at $83 per person. See Details
Prince Edward Island National Park Prince Edward Island National Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome in picnic areas, at campsites and on any trails. The park is made up of nice beaches surrounded by red cliffs and wind-sculpted dunes. Wander the seashore path with your pooch, hike the woodlands and enjoy the overlooks. Make sure your pooch is on a leash to protect the wildlife that live there. See Details