Ontario is home to some of the most amazing maple syrup farms. In the early spring, there’s nothing better than visiting a dog-friendly maple syrup farm and sugar bush trail in Ontario. Many of these are perfect for a family or group outing and some will even offer dog-friendly guided tours too! So what are you waiting for? Grab your furry friend and be sure to visit one of these 10 dog-friendly maple syrup farms in Ontario today!
If you’re looking for a new way to explore Ontario’s natural beauty this spring, you might be interested in visiting a maple syrup farm with your pup! But finding which maple syrup farms in Ontario are dog-friendly is no easy task! In today’s post, I’ve contacted 31 maple syrup farms and festivals in Ontario to save you hours of research.
Are dogs allowed at Scarborough Bluffs? With the exception of Rosetta McClain Gardens, and some dog restrictions at Bluffers Beach and Guild Park Inn Gardens, most of Scarborough Bluffs is a great place to explore with a dog.
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?
Having trouble finding dog-friendly romantic getaways in Ontario? Here are 17 of our favourite hotels, resorts, cabins, and lodges that will have you and your pup swooning.
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.
Guess Where Trips Ontario Review . Guess Where is a service that provides curated day trip itineraries around Canada. The kicker? You don’t find out where you’re going until you get there. In today’s post we will take you through one of their Toronto Day Trip itineraries.
Learn more about Long Point Provincial Park and how you can spend a dog-friendly off-leash afternoon at their dog beach.
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park is a compact provincial park that offers rolling meadow trails, a waterfall and escarpment views. With its up and down terrain, this trail can add some new and fun terrain challenges for you and your dog not normally found on your daily walk.
Read on to learn more about Forks of the Credit, how to book your visit, things to do, as well as 3 of my recommended trail paths for a dog-friendly day at Forks of the Credit Provincial Park.
Looking to go camping with dogs but not sure what to pack? In today’s post we will be covering all the essential items to pack when camping with dogs for any season. Also included – tips for folks who are camping with their dogs for the first time to help make your first camping trip as joyful and stress free as possible.