Looking for a provincial park-like trail experience that’s off-leash trail and surprisingly accessible for Toronto city dwellers? Then check out Sherwood Park Dog Park, Toronto’s mini off-leash trail located just west of Sunnybrook Park, then you need to give this space a visit!
Today I’m so excited to share our review of Coronation Dog Park one of the few Toronto dog parks with waterfront and shoreline views!
There’s a reason why this popular Toronto dog park is a hit with Liberty Village and King West dog owners. Read on to find out why you should visit South Stanley Dog Park.
Despite being located in one of the most dog-friendly neighbourhoods in Toronto, this Liberty Village Dog Park was surprisingly quiet! Full review of Bill Johnston Dog Park on SYDE Road.
Cherry beach off-leash dog park is one of the largest off-leash dog areas near downtown Toronto. There’s a good reason why it makes it to the best Toronto dog parks lists time and time again. Get an in-depth look at this off-leash beach and mini-forest trail walk at SYDE Road
Which Dog Parks in Toronto Have Dedicated Small Dog Areas? Out of the 70 dog parks in Toronto, only 11 dog parks in Toronto have a dedicated small dog areas.
Trying to avoid the constant towel wiping and slew of mud that comes with visiting a muddy dog park in the spring? Then be sure to check out these dog parks this spring! Visit one of these 5 best dog parks in Toronto to avoid spring mud puddles!
Can you guess which medium-sized Bayview dog park has the most name variations and the most number of gated fences? If you guessed the Bayview Arena Dog Park because of the blog post title, then you’re right! Read on for an in-depth review of this Bayview dog park!
As of 2022, there are 70 dog parks in Toronto split across the 4 Community Council Areas: Etobicoke York, North York, Toronto / East York, and Scarborough – How many dog parks are there in Toronto?
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.