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 Mount Royal Park
Mount Royal Park Mount Royal Park in Montreal is dog-friendly. The park features a popular trail that's a 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. See Details
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
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
Bois de Belle-Riviere Bois de Belle-Riviere features trails, space for horseback riding, swimming and fishing. See Details
Parc de la Promenade-Bellerive Parc de la Promenade-Bellerive is pet-friendly. This is the perfect place for you and your pup to escape city life. There is a path that you can walk along the river, as well as a number of small beaches. In the summer, it is host to social activities and outdoor shows. Dogs must be leashed while enjoying this Montreal spot. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
Bois de Liesse You might forget you're in the city at this woodsy gem in Montreal. With its many trails, beautiful stream and some interactive activities, it's the perfect spot for hiking, cycling, tobogganing, skiing and snowshoeing. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
Nature Park Saint-Lazare's Les Forestiers Outdoor enthusiasts can walk the trails of the Nature Park, while following public health guidelines.
The main building is open for its toilet facilities. Dogs are allowed on a leash at all times in the trails, but not on the main site. No bikes allowed at the park.
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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
Parc Doncaster Nice Hiking trails. Dogs must be on leashe. 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
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
Funiculaire du Vieux-Québec The Funicular of Old Quebec, which was first built in 1879, is pet-friendly. The railway that operates using gravity scales 195 feet from the Basse-Ville to the Haute-Ville, all while offering views over the historic old town. Dogs are allowed on the funicular for no additional fee. The Funicular of Old Quebec is open every day of the week from 7:30am to 11:30pm. See Details
Parc Saint-René Parc Saint-René is pet-friendly. This public park welcomes leashed dogs to explore with their owners. You can even enjoy wandering without the constraints off the leash if your pooch has good recall. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. The park is open every day of the week from 6am to 12am. 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
La Seigneurie The Seigneurie is pet-friendly. Bring your leashed pup along to visit beautiful gardens including a lavender one. They also have a boutique with lavender soaps and products for sale. They are open every day of the week from 10am to 6pm. See Details
Indigo Fido is welcome to sniff out a new novel with you at Indigo, a popular chain of bookstores with a dog-friendly location in Pointe Claire, QC. Leashed and well behaved dogs can accompany you inside when browsing the aisles for an inspiring read. See Details
La Maison Lavande Located in the heart of the Lower Laurentians, La Maison Lavande is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the property as long as their owners pick up after them and ensure their pets are respectful. La Maison Lavande features lavender fields, shops and more. Admission is free during certain times of the year. Guests can find this information as well as its operating hours, on its official website. 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
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 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
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
Le Parc des Moulins Le Parc des Moulins is pet-friendly. The space was once home to a zoo, but now all of the animals have been moved elsewhere. What is left behind is a beautiful area to go on a walk with your leashed pup. Explore the trails that weave around the former animal enclosures together and imagine the different species that one lived there. The park is open October through May from 8am to 4pm and May through September from 6am to 8pm. See Details