Yes, you can take your dog to Ball’s Falls Conservation Area even during Winter Wonderland for an illuminated 1.5 km walk. Check out other dog-friendly Holiday Light Shows too.
Presqu’ile Provincial Park is dog-friendly. There are many trails ranging in length you can take your leashed dog along, and the road into the park makes it easy to drive in and pull over near the trail entrances or a picnic table if you’ve brought your own food.
Dog-friendly cider West Avenue Cider House is where rustic meets swank in the combination store, bar, and outdoor seating and firepits. Check it out.
The dogtrotting.net guide to Dog Holiday Photo Shoots in Ontario, Canada from October to December 2022. Note: this is an evolving list starting October 2022 … #dogphotoswithsanta
Check out these 7 Canadian pet companies coast to coast including surprising finds including seal meat dog treats and java wood chews.
Dog-friendly apple picking opportunities in Southern Ontario, along with a few pumpkin patches. Plus, dehydrated apple dog treats.
If you’ve driven along Highway 403 to Port Stanley along Lake Erie, you’ve driven through St. Thomas, Ontario and likely under it’s most stop-worthy dog-friendly feature: the Elevated Park along an overhead former railway track. Runner up dog-friendly St. Thomas landmark is the Lions Club wooded off-leash dog park.
If you want that pic of your pup nestled in a field of purple, you’ll have to seek out a spot, open to the public, when the springs of this aromatic mint are in full form. Welcome to Apple Hill Lavender Farm in Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada.
For dogs and their people, the city of Brantford has three things going for it: the Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant outdoor sculpture park and garden, a rail trail hiking trail, and an expanding leash-free dog park.
The 13th Street Winery in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada is a dog-friendly Niagara winery where you can dine, sip wine, and enjoy art with your dog.