Hike With Your Dog

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ONTARIO

National Parks With Hiking

Bruce Peninsula National Park
Dogs are permitted on the Bruce Peninsula trails

Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Dogs are permitted on the islands which are only accessible by boat

Point Pelee National Park
Dogs are permitted throughout the park

Pukashwa National Park
Dogs are permitted throughout the park

Provincial Parks With Hiking
http://www.ontarioparks.com/

 Aaron Provincial Park

 Algonquin Provincial Park

 Arrowhead Provincial Park

 Awenda Provincial Park

 Balsam Lake Provincial Park

 Bass Lake Provincial Park

 Blue Lake Provincial Park

 Bon Echo Provincial Park

 Bonnechere Provincial Park

 Bronte Creek Provincial Park

 Caliper Lake Provincial Park

 Charleston Lake Provincial Park

 Chutes Provincial Park

 Craigleith Provincial Park

 Darlington Provincial Park

 Driftwood Provincial Park

 Earl Rowe Provincial Park

 Emily Provincial Park

 Esker Lakes Provincial Park

 Fairbanks Provincial Park

 Ferris Provincial Park

 Finlayson Point Provincial Park

 Fitzroy Provincial Park

 Frontenac Provincial Park

 Fushimi Lake Provincial Park

 Greenwater Provincial Park

 Grundy Lake Provincial Park

 Halfway Lake Provincial Park

 Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park

 John E. Pearce Provincial Park

 Kakabeka Provincial Park

 Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park

 Kettle Lakes Provincial Park

 Killarney Provincial Park

 Killbear Provincial Park

 Lake St. Peter Provincial Park

 Lake Superior Provincial Park

 MacGregor Point Provincial Park

 MacLeod Provincial Park

 Mara Provincial Park

 Mark S. Burhnam Provincial Park

 Marten River Provincial Park

 McRae Provincial Park

 Mikisew Provincial Park

 Missinaibi Provincial Park

 Mississagi Provincial Park

 Murphys Point Provincial Park

 Nagagamisis Provincial Park

 Neys Provincial Park

 Obatanga Provincial Park

 Ojibway Provincial Park

 Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park

 Pakwash Provincial Park

 Pancake Bay Provincial Park

 Petroglyphs Provincial Park

 Point Farms Provincial Park

 Port Burwell Provincial Park

 Potholes Provincial Park

 Presqu'ile Provincial Park

 Quetico Provincial Park

 Rainbow Falls Provincial Park

 Rene Brunelle Provincial Park

 Restoule Provincial Park

 Rideau River Provincial Park

 Rock Point Provincial Park

 Rondeau Provincial Park

 Rushing River Provincial Park

 Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park

 Sandbanks Provincial Park

 Sandbar Lake Provincial Park

 Sauble Falls Provincial Park

 Selkirk Provincial Park

 Sharbot Lake Provincial Park

 Sibbald Point Provincial Park

 Silent Lake Provincial Park

 Silver Lake Provincial Park

 Sioux Narrows Provincial Park

 Six Mile Lake Provincial Park

 Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

 Springwater Provincial Park

 The Massasauga Provincial Park

 The Pinery Provincial Park

The Shoals Provincial Park

 Tidewater Provincial Park

 Turkey Point Provincial Park

 Voyageur Provincial Park

 Wakami Lake Provincial Park

 Wasaga Beach Provincial Park

 Wheatley Provincial Park

 White Lake Provincial Park

 Windy Lake Provincial Park




























































































 

 

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Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In Ontario

Submitted by Mark and Pal
The Nokomis Trail. We found this trail while we we were driving through Canada, right on the road in Lake Superior Provincial Park. It was a steady but easy climb up through a spurce forest along the spectacular rushing waters through the Old Woman River valley. There are plenty of chances to walk in and around the water on ancient cobble beaches. We had never seen anything like it.

Submitted by Vale and Audrey
We like to hike with our dog in the bush north of Gogama Ontario. The lakes and streams are a wonderful place for her to paddle and she runs so freely along the shield rocks there that her pads often bleed unless we restrain her. Audrey (our Jack Russell Terrier) also hikes through the Niagara Gorge with us and in the expansive open forest behind our home in Sutton Ontario. She hikes around our side of Lake Simcoe when we allow her to go and she hikes along the lake walkway in Burlington Ontario.

Submitted by Chuck
There is a trail in Guelph, Ontario along the Eromosa River. It goes through neighbourhoods and behind a factory and close to the university and by very active baseball diamonds. On the one side the picturesque Eromosa on the other the places where childhood memories were made. This is a fantastic trail for dogs and their companions.

Submitted by Steve & Jasmine
One of my favourite trails and my dogs jasmine, is found in South-Eastern Ontario North of Napanee at the Sheffield Conservation Area on Highway 41. The trail loops around 5 small lakes, with limestone and shield rocks everywhere. It is especially beautiful in the fall with barely anyone else there. Jasmine runs free and swims whenever she wants. I highly recommend this trail for a 2 or 3 hour journey.

Submitted by Rosemarie

The University of Guelph Arboretum
http://www.uoguelph.ca/arboretum/GardenNA/ToursWalks1.htm(Tours and Walks) A beautiful 165 hectare park-like setting with native trees, specialty gardens, forests and a boardwalk through marshland. Lots of variety for a great walk with your dog. Dogs allowed on leash.

Preservation Park
Located on Kortright Road between Scottsdale Drive and Edinburgh Road. A 27 hectare forested area. My favourite urban forest for a quiet walk with my dog. At the far end of Preservation Park near the Hanlon expressway is a leash-free zone (ward 6 hydro corridor) http://www.city.guelph.on.ca/uploaddocuments/d1084+leashfree.pdf

Waterloo, Ontario
Bechtel Park 5 acres of fenced-in leash-free dog park plus acres of trails through the forest (forest is a leashed area). A great place to socialize and exercise your dog and yourself. One caveat: Waterloo has a ban on pit bull type dogs.

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