G. Ross Lord Dog Park in the North York area is a fantastic introduction for dogs and dog owners to practice off-leash trail walks in an enclosed space before visiting larger off-leash trail spaces. Find out why by visiting and reading the full review on SYDE Road.
Raymore Dog Park is a small off-leash dog park on the west end of Toronto. Here’s what you need to know before you go: Fenced. Dedicated small dog area. Beautiful walking trails. Pea Gravel Terrain. Humber River with mini waterfall views. Visit SYDE Road for a full dog park review
With two dedicated off leash trails, and located less than an hour from Toronto, Bronte Creek Provincial Park is a fantastic dog-friendly destination to visit. Find out how to spend a dog-friendly day here at Bronte Creek Provincial Park and learn more about all the other dog-friendly events offered at this beautiful park in today’s blog post: Dog-Friendly Guide to Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Do you love taking your pooch to the Trinity Bellwoods Park’s Dog Bowl but hate the commute because you live on the East end of Toronto? Then consider this similar park in the Riverdale area! Riverdale Park East Dog Park located at 550 Broadview Ave, offers similar vibes for East-end Toronto folks!
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Downsview Dog Park | Dogsview Park – An experience-designed 2-acre dog park located in the massive 291-acre Downsview Park. This is the best-designed dog park in North York for dog owners looking to relax and enjoy their off-leash experience.
One of Ontario’s largest fully fenced off-leash areas, Jack Darling is an Ontario dog’s dream. A stunning dog park for any dog owner and any dog of any size and age! Full review on SYDERoad.com
Are you looking for a family-friendly, large, fenced, spacious, and quiet neighbourhood dog park in Toronto with great parking less than 25 minutes from downtown Toronto? Then you really need to consider adding Cedarvale Dog Park to your list. In today’s post, I will be reviewing this spacious, East York Toronto Dog Park.
Are you tired of ‘nature’ and “city-view” dog parks around Toronto? Do you want to see something a bit more unique on your next dog park visit? Does the idea of watching your dog romp around in a dog park with ski lifts in the distance intrigue you? Then you really need to visit Earl Bales Dog Park in North York!
Learn more about Long Point Provincial Park and how you can spend a dog-friendly off-leash afternoon at their dog beach.
A review and overall impressions of this huge Oshawa dog park – Harmony Valley Off-leash Dog Park. Filled with lush hardwood foliage, ample watering holes, and challenging but short off-leash trails.