Category dog-friendly travel destination

Dog-friendly Apple Picking (& Pumpkin Patches)

Dog-friendly apple picking opportunities in Southern Ontario, along with a few pumpkin patches. Plus, dehydrated apple dog treats.

Camping with the dog at Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia

Ah, spring and fall. Shoulder seasons are my favourite time of year to go camping with the dog. Or they would be if I had a favourite time of year to camp. I’m still warming up to the whole living in the woods idea. My dog, however, is a super fan after only one experience. […]

Dog-friendly Fort Anne National Historic Site, Nova Scotia – where the local pups walk

Dog-friendly Fort Anne National Historic Site is an ideal place to spend hours strolling with the pup. You’ll encounter an underground powder magazine, an 18th cemetery, and the classic Parks Canada red Muskoka chairs. Only the Officer’s Quarters, now museum, is off-limits to pets.

Port-Royal Historic Site, Nova Scotia is (mostly) Dog Friendly

Port-Royal Historic Site in Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia is dog-friendly, but not inside the Habitation. Your dog will love the sea-scented shoreline and winding walking trails. #tmacyas #parkscanada #dogtravel

Dog-friendly Yarmouth, Nova Scotia – Our Maritime Journey Continues

Yarmouth, Nova Scotia is one of those Maritimes coastal towns filled with quirky, crazy, and sometimes disconcerting stories. It’s also one of those places that many people drive past on their way to somewhere else, despite dog-friendly Yarmouth being at the southern tip of the province.

Is Digby, Nova Scotia Dog-friendly?

Bring your dog to Digby, Nova Scotia via the BFL ferry and enjoy a dog park, dog-friendly boardwalk patio, & dog-friendly Digby Pines Resort.

Dog-friendly Saint John, New Brunswick: Parks, Pups and Pints

Taking the dog around Saint John New Brunswick is easy – there are two leash free parks, dog-friendly pubs uptown, and pet-friendly motels.

Mile High Pup: The Dog-friendly Elevated Walk in St Thomas, Ontario

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.

Where to get Lavender Farm Photos of Your Dog

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.

A Short Guide to Dog-friendly Brantford, Ontario

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.