Top 5 off-leash dog parks in Toronto

WhatsOn Oct 18, 2017 Beach Mirror

SHERWOOD PARK

This North York park features a beautiful wooded area with walking and running trails, public bathrooms, picnic tables, wading pools and more. The off-leash dog park is within a fenced-off, trail area. Free parking is available near the main entrance at 190 Sherwood Ave.

HIGH PARK

This west-end park is a popular spot year round. More than one-third of it remains in a natural state and it’s home to many species of wildlife and rare plants. The off-leash dog park is located near Grenadier Restaurant. Free parking is available.

KEW GARDENS

Located in Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood, the dog park is right against the water within a fenced-off area at the foot of the popular park. After a bit of leash-free time, walk the boardwalk along Toronto’s most poplar beaches. Street parking is free, when you can find it.

THOMSON MEMORIAL PARK

This Scarborough park has something for every dog. There’s an off-leash area, plus a section for small dogs and another for quiet dogs. There are also walking paths through a large, wooded ravine, sports fields, children’s play area, wading pool and more. Parking is free.

ALLAN GARDENS

This park is a great spot for downtowners. There is a play area for children, an indoor botanical garden, and colourful seasonal plants adorn the outdoor areas of the park. Paid parking is available around the park at Gerrard and Jarvis streets.


Top 5 off-leash dog parks in Toronto

Toronto has off-leash dog parks at every corner – here are our favourites

WhatsOn Oct 18, 2017 Beach Mirror

SHERWOOD PARK

This North York park features a beautiful wooded area with walking and running trails, public bathrooms, picnic tables, wading pools and more. The off-leash dog park is within a fenced-off, trail area. Free parking is available near the main entrance at 190 Sherwood Ave.

HIGH PARK

This west-end park is a popular spot year round. More than one-third of it remains in a natural state and it’s home to many species of wildlife and rare plants. The off-leash dog park is located near Grenadier Restaurant. Free parking is available.

KEW GARDENS

Located in Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood, the dog park is right against the water within a fenced-off area at the foot of the popular park. After a bit of leash-free time, walk the boardwalk along Toronto’s most poplar beaches. Street parking is free, when you can find it.

THOMSON MEMORIAL PARK

This Scarborough park has something for every dog. There’s an off-leash area, plus a section for small dogs and another for quiet dogs. There are also walking paths through a large, wooded ravine, sports fields, children’s play area, wading pool and more. Parking is free.

ALLAN GARDENS

This park is a great spot for downtowners. There is a play area for children, an indoor botanical garden, and colourful seasonal plants adorn the outdoor areas of the park. Paid parking is available around the park at Gerrard and Jarvis streets.


Top 5 off-leash dog parks in Toronto

Toronto has off-leash dog parks at every corner – here are our favourites

WhatsOn Oct 18, 2017 Beach Mirror

SHERWOOD PARK

This North York park features a beautiful wooded area with walking and running trails, public bathrooms, picnic tables, wading pools and more. The off-leash dog park is within a fenced-off, trail area. Free parking is available near the main entrance at 190 Sherwood Ave.

HIGH PARK

This west-end park is a popular spot year round. More than one-third of it remains in a natural state and it’s home to many species of wildlife and rare plants. The off-leash dog park is located near Grenadier Restaurant. Free parking is available.

KEW GARDENS

Located in Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood, the dog park is right against the water within a fenced-off area at the foot of the popular park. After a bit of leash-free time, walk the boardwalk along Toronto’s most poplar beaches. Street parking is free, when you can find it.

THOMSON MEMORIAL PARK

This Scarborough park has something for every dog. There’s an off-leash area, plus a section for small dogs and another for quiet dogs. There are also walking paths through a large, wooded ravine, sports fields, children’s play area, wading pool and more. Parking is free.

ALLAN GARDENS

This park is a great spot for downtowners. There is a play area for children, an indoor botanical garden, and colourful seasonal plants adorn the outdoor areas of the park. Paid parking is available around the park at Gerrard and Jarvis streets.