Category dog-friendly travel destination
Checking out all the dog friendly apple picking options in Ontario, Canada takes a few weekends – start with Luna Farms in Hamilton.
Grundy Lake Provincial Park was the road trip break my dog and I needed while travelling along Highway 400 in Ontario, Canada. Here’s why.
Created centuries ago by glaciers and then erosion, Bilger’s Rocks is a unique protected site – unique first because it’s dominated by massive rock formations.
During the hot summer, finding pools for dogs to swim in is challenging. Thankfully, we found K9 Fun Zone in Caledonia, Ontario. Find out!
Killarney Mountain Lodge is dog-friendly in select rooms – the cabins with no walls shared with other rooms and suites numbered 196 and 195. The suites are attached to each other and are dog-friendly, if there are dog families on each side. Dogs at Killarney Mountain Lodge are a common sight, so likely the suites are hosting pups almost every week if not every weekend.
The Heartland Forest in Niagara Falls is a surprisingly dog-friendly and – free – way to explore other natural wonders of the Niagara Region including acres of Niagara Forest.
Take your dog to Kivi Park in Sudbury, Ontario and enjoy the multitude of trails in this 480 acre urban park, summer or winter.
Muddy Paws Wine Trail is a week-end ticketed event when four dog-friendly wineries in Niagara welcome pups and their people for wine sampling, food pairings, and dog treats at each stop. #dogfriendlyniagara #dogtravel
So many dog options in Fredericton, I wish I stayed longer! Take your dog to dog-friendly Fredericton, New Brunswick and enjoy endless leashed trail walks, botanic gardens, & dog-friendly breweries.
Dogs are welcome at Gracie’s Place – no number, size, or breed limit. Enjoy the cafes of Woodstock, Virginia just outside the front door.