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This list is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed
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Dog Parks & Beaches in Quebec
- Blainville Dog Park: From Genevieve - "Dog Park located at 1277 Céloron Blvd.
The park is daily cleaned and taken care of by a company (scooper). There are two picnic
tables for the dog owners to sit. Many attractions for dogs and I've never seen mean dogs
there (I go 4-5 times a week and sometimes more). This park is awesome! Go check it out!
Facilities: fences, dog bags, tunnels and other attractions."
- Lachine Dog Parks: From Sonia M. - "Lachine has created an exercise area reserved
for dogs. It allows dogs to run freely without a leash. It is located at the intersection of
rue Victoria and 28e Avenue across from McDonalds (fenced dog run, doggie water fountain,
garbage and pick-up bags. Part grass and part dirt).
There are several other parks in Lachine where dog owners and their best friends are welcome:
- Promenade du rail (between 10e and 29e Avenues and between rue Victoria and rue William-MacDonald)
- Highway 20 and 55e Avenue
- Rue Victoria and 40e Avenue
- Stoney Point River Park, between 44e and 56e Avenues, between 6 and 10 a.m., and between 6 and 10 p.m.
In these parks, dogs must be leashed (whose length should not exceed 1.8 m). It is your responsibility to
pick up your dog’s droppings."
- Montreal Dog Parks - La Fontaine Park
From Haidee W. - "At Summit Circle Park/Bird Sanctuary in Montreal,
located in the heart of Westmount on the mountain, dogs are allowed off-leash all year round
except April 15-June 15 (nesting period). Dirt trails meander through the park which is
mostly forest. My dog loves it and meets lots of other friendly dogs every day."
From Jace T. - "Parc Outremont is located at the end of McEachran.
Facilities: fenced, paved path, grass, trees, benches and picnic tables. There are
many off-leash dog parks around Montreal. Take a walk around your neighborhood and
chances are good you'll find a dog park somewhere near by."
From Trudy - "Angrignon Park is
located near the Angrignon Metrostation. The park is fenced and has dog bags.
A great,large clean area at the edge of a park."
From Dee - "The dog park is in the Hochelaga part of Montreal
(east end), on Hochelaga street at the corner of Nicolet. I don't know the
name of it. It's off leash and a good size, with one picnic table for us
From RP - "Parc Louis-Cyr is located at St Ferdinand & Notre Dame O.
in Montreal. It is fenced and has water and garbage facilities. Good community,
many types of dogs, and involved owners."
From Rebecca - "NDG Dog Park
is located at Sherbrooke St W and Girouard Ave
in Montreal. Nice off-leash dog area within Girouard Park. There's a separate fenced-off
area for small dogs. There are also shovels to scoop up dog poop and place in bins, to
reduce the use of plastic bags."
- Saint-Hyacinthe Dog Park: From Sylvie B. - Parc à chien de Saint-Hyacinthe,
located at Exit 133 off Highway 20 east. Facilities: fenced, water available from May to September.
Hôtel des Seigneurs
has licenses to lend to guests who want to use the dog park (included in their Pet package).
- St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu Dog Park: From Laura Y. -
"Parc du Centre-de-Plein-Air-Ronald-Beauregard
is located at Rue du Carignan and Jacques-Cartier Sud, J3B 6S2. It is fenced."
- Sutton Dog Park: From Lesley F. - "Mt. Sutton (in Sutton, Quebec) allows dogs
during the spring, summer and fall."
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Please note: we do not list private or membership-based parks.