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Quebec Dog Parks, Dog-Friendly Trails, Beaches and Off-Leash Areas

Here is a list of leash-optional dog parks, paths & trails, and beaches in Quebec. Please be sure to always pick up after your dog, dispose of the bag appropriately, and show good dog park etiquette at all times.

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This list is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed to be so. Park regulations may change from time to time.

Dog Parks & Beaches in Quebec

  • Blainville Dog Park

    • Blainville Dog Park - 1277 Celoron Blvd.
      Genevieve - "Dog Park located at 1277 Celoron 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."

  • Brossard Dog Park
    • Jeanette - "Brossard Dog Park at 4000 Boulevard Rome is one of the 'most-liked' places in my city."

  • Gatineau Dog Parks
    • Dominique - "Parc Jardins-Lavigne is located in Gatineau, Quebec on Avenue Bois-Franc in Aylmer. Trail surrounded by a forest with a few trails in the forest."

    • Dominique - "The Riverain Dog Park is located on the river shore at the end of Lamoureux Street in Aylmer."

  • Lachine Dog Parks
    • 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)."

    Sonia M. - "There are several other parks in Lachine where dog owners and their best friends are welcome. 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.

    • 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.

  • Montreal Dog Parks      [Pet-friendly hotels in Montreal]

    - Dog Parks list from the City of Montreal


    • Parc Lucie-Bruneau - 7051, avenue de l'Alsace
      Off-leash during designated hours only
    • Confédération Park - 6265, avenue Biermans
    • Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Park - 3501, avenue Marcil
      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."
    • Trenholme Park - 6800, rue Sherbrooke Ouest
      Rebecca - "Trenholme Park is located at Park Row E and Rue Sherbrooke Ouest in Montreal. It is fenced, has benches, and has shovels for poop scooping."
    • William-Bowie Park - 4955, avenue Trenholme

    Le Plateau-Mont-Royal:

    • La Fontaine Park fenced dog run - near the tennis courts
    • Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park fenced dog run - Saint- Gregory and Mentana
    • Jeanne Mance Park
      Designated area only, by the football field; designated hours only.
    • Baldwin Park
      Mixed-use park.

    Saint-Laurent Dog Exercise Areas:

    • Parc Cousineau - Avenue O’Brien and Rue Poirier
    • Parc du Bois-Franc - rue Modigliani between Des Outardes and Des Andes
    • Parc Gohier - Beaudet and Leduc streets
    • Parc Marcel-Laurin - Thimens and Alexis-Nihon boulevards
    • Parc Philippe-Laheurte
      Dog exercise area located at the west end of the park

    Saint-Léonard Dog Runs:

    • Saint-Leonard Dog Park #1 - Arthur Peloquin and Jarry
    • Saint-Leonard Dog Park #1 - Provencher Boulevard and Jean-Talon Street

    Other Montreal Dog Parks:

    • 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."

    • 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."

    • 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."

    • 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 humans."

    • 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."

  • St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu Dog Park

  • Sutton Dog Park     [Pet-friendly hotels in Sutton]
    • Lesley F. - "Mt. Sutton (in Sutton, Quebec) allows dogs during the spring, summer and fall."

Is your favourite dog park missing from this list? Or want to send us an update? Tell us about it!
Please include dog park location, amenities offered, and anything else you think dog owners would find useful. Thank you! Note: we do not list private or membership-based parks.




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