Dog Friendly Activities in Quebec

Don’t leave Fido in the hotel room when you’re on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you’re headed in Quebec, 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 Au Diable Vert
Au Diable Vert Over 320 acres of mountainous land awaits you and your dogs with 14km of well-marked trails. Our alpine field provides a place to run and play or simply to enjoy the breathtaking view. Whether you want a quick jaunt though an easy flowing path or a more challenging route that winds its way through the mountain forest and over mountain brooks, there is a trail for you here. Also offered is access to the river, various outdoor activities and one of a kind lodging. Open year round, everyday. See Details
Pet Friendly Parc Doncaster
Parc Doncaster Nice Hiking trails. Dogs must be on leashe. See Details
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). 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
Play with Dogs at a Dog Cafe Play with dogs at a dog cafe is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience. Guests will be greeted by the owner and instructed on how to safely enter the cafe with their dogs. Humans can order a treat, while dogs enjoy one too. When you book an Airbnb experience, you get a bag of dog cookies, a special pupcake and a drink of your choice. Rates start at $16. See Details
Bois de Belle-Riviere Bois de Belle-Riviere features trails, space for horseback riding, swimming and fishing. See Details
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
Laurier Dog Park Located in Sir Wilfrid Laurier Parc, there is a fenced-in area perfect for dogs to run and play. See Details
William Bowie Park A special fenced-in area provides dogs a long run in which to exercise. See Details
Parc à chien Massawippi Bring Fido to Parc à chien Massawippi to play off-leash! Branding itself as "a superb dog park with an enchanting landscape," Parc à chien Massawippi features a big lake, small agility course, grassy areas, dock diving, a shade shelter, picnic tables and more. Parc à chien Massawippi is open seven days a week from 9am to 8pm. See Details
Trenholme Park A large fenced-in area is available for dogs to exercise. See Details
Canyon Saint-Anne Astonishing! Enter a spectacular and vertiginous canyon grooved by the force of the imposing Sainte-Anne falls (74m high) in the 900 million-years-old rock of the Canadian Shield. Imagine a spectacular forest full of rainbows. An easy family ecotourism activity, secure footpaths for everyone allow the exploration of this sanctuary preserved in its original state. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
Mount Royal Park Mount Royal Park is dog-friendly. This popular trail lies in the center of Montreal, making it the perfect nature escape from city life. The trail stretches for miles around the area, giving you and your pooch plenty to explore. Dogs must be on leash at all times, and owners must pick up after their pet. The park is open all day, every day. See Details
Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier is pet-friendly. This park is host to one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Québec, the spectacular Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier. Leashed dogs are allowed on five summer trails: La Tourbière, L'Éperon, L'Aperçu, Les Coulées, and La Rivière-Sautauriski. You and your pooch can extend your stay at one the three campgrounds and enjoy a picnic together. Dogs are not permitted in downriver paddling activities. See Details
Parc Canin de la Pente Douce Fido can enjoy frolicking in this fully fenced-in park, but be prepared to shake the wood chips from the ground covering out of his fur later. 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
Centre Rockland Leashed dogs are welcome in the Centre Rockland shopping center. Be sure to ask for permission before entering a store with a dog, and note that the food court does not allow dogs. Waste bags are available at the Customer Service desk, and there is a dog-sitting service available at the Chien Mondain boutique. Centre Rockland is open Monday to Tuesday from 10am to 6pm, Wednesday through Friday from 10am to 9pm, Saturday from 9am to 5pm, and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. See Details
Mont-Orford National Park Mont-Orford National Park is pet-friendly. Hiking in this park allows access to numerous viewpoints, which are said to be among the most spectacular of the Eastern Townships region. Leashed dogs are allowed on seven summer trails, to stay in three campgrounds and two nautical access points. Mont-Orford National Park is open Sunday through Thursday from 9am to 7pm, Friday from 9am to 10pm, and Saturday from 9am to 8pm. 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
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
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency Montmorency Falls, a stunning 272 feet waterfall, is pet-friendly. Located just 15 minutes away from Old Quebec, there are a number of ways to view the falls for every age and ability, including a paved walking trail with a viewing platform and a suspension bridge. Dogs are allowed in authorized areas and must be on a leash that is at least 3 meters long at all times. Dog-owners must pick up after pets. Dogs exhibiting aggressive behavior or who are otherwise disturbing other visitors may be asked to leave. Although access to the park is free, parking fees do vary. Montmorency Falls can be accessed Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm. 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
Baie De Beauport The Baie de Beauport is pet-friendly. This popular beach on the St. Lawrence River is just five minutes outside of downtown Quebec City. There are a number of activities to enjoy on the beach as well as on the water, and there is even a food truck for when you get hungry. Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach, but they are not permitted in the swimming area. See Details