This section of our pet travel guide features
pet-friendly / dog-friendly
attractions, activities, and places in Ontario that you can visit while on
holidays. There is also a separate section for
dog parks & beaches in Ontario.
Is your favourite place missing from this list?
Please let us know!
*** Pet policies change from time to time, so please call ahead to
confirm that your pets are still welcome. This list is provided as a
service only and does not constitute an endorsement.
- Bracebridge: Muskoka Highlands Golf Course - (705) 646-1060
1036 South Monck Drive, Bracebridge
Call first before bringing your dog! Open spring through fall. Dogs must be leashed,
and owners are expected to clean up after them.
- Hamilton: Munchies Coffee House and BARKery - (905) 389-6067
1000 Upper Gage Ave, Unit #4, Hamilton
Hamilton's 1st DOG friendly restaurant! Dogs are allowed inside.
Munchies on Facebook
- Markham: Carmelina Fresh Market Cuisine & Wine Bar - (905) 477-7744
7501 Woodbine Ave., Markham
Dogs are welcome on the patio. Pets must be leashed and under control at all times.
Patio is open spring through fall, weather permitting.
- Meaford: Beautiful Joe Park
162 Edwin Street West, Meaford
'Beautiful Joe Park is a peaceful and serene 8 acre parcel of parkland on the banks of the
picturesque Big Head River in Meaford, Ontario. The Park is named after the dog "Beautiful Joe",
the hero in Margaret Marshall Saunders best selling novel of the same name.
Beautiful Joe's Burial Site is on the park grounds with a monument in his honor.'
- Meaford: The Waggin' Tail Cafe
6 - 36 Trowbridge Street East, Meaford
Provides a social environment for pets and people, serving coffee and dog biscuits made on site.
- Toronto: Black Creek Pioneer Village - (416) 736-1733
Located at 1000 Murray Ross Parkway, near the intersection of Steeles Avenue and Jane Street
Historic 19th century country village. Open May 1 to December 23.
Dogs are welcome but must be under control at all times (no other types of pets allowed). Dogs may not
enter buildings, food areas or be left unattended tied up outside restored buildings. Farm animals on-site.
Horses may be on the streets (for horse-drawn wagon rides), so due to safety issues, barking or out-of-control
dogs cannot be accommodated. Should an dog's behavior become bothersome to other guests, staff or the
farm animals, the owner may be asked to remove the dog from the Village.
- Toronto: Centreville Amusement Park - (416) 203-0405
Take the ferry to Centreville from 9 Queens Quay West
600 acres of parkland just across the harbour from the city. Offers rides, attractions, and food.
Pets must be leashed and are not allowed on rides.
- Toronto: Tall Ship Kajama - (416) 260-6355
Located at 249 Queen's Quay West, Suite 111
Boat cruises and day tours. Pets must be on leash & under control at all times.
- Toronto: PawsWay - (416) 360-PAWS (7297)
Located at 245 Queens Quay West
A place where pet lovers can come together to enjoy exhibits, activities, special events and more.
Pets must be on leash. Please clean up after your dog. See the
Canine Code of Conduct
on their website.
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