Spring is here and warmer weather means more outdoor activities to do with your dog! I wanted to share my favourite off-leash trails in the GTA and beyond. All of which can be made better with a cute dog bandana from Doggos.
High Park has 8.5 acres of off-leash hiking trails and open areas for dogs to roam freely. Un-officially named ‘Dogs Hill’, this hike includes a dog park in the center with plenty of picnic benches to relax on. This is one of my favourite areas to take my dog out for a long hike and I feel like I never run out of new terrain to explore. We recommend pairing this hike with our matching dog bandana and scrunchie set - Walk In The Park.
Address: 1873 Bloor St W, Toronto
Free parking: This park has a two free parking lots: one at the south east corner of the park on Spring Road, and the other is by the Grenadier Restaurant.
Jack Darling is a scenic off-leash hike that extends for 3km in Mississauga. The ground is covered with pebbles, so your pup won’t get their paws as muddy as they normally would in the wet spring months. With plenty of parking spots available, this hike is a staple for many dog moms and dads across the GTA. We recommend pairing this hike with our matching dog bandana and scrunchie set - Paisley Picnic.
Address: 1180 Lakeshore Rd W, Mississauga
Free Parking: This park has 5 free parking lots, so you won't have trouble finding a spot!
Long Point Provincial Park
Long Point Provincial Park is my favourite dog friendly parks/beaches in Southern Ontario! Expect a long stretch of soft sand and a shallow entry into the shore. Ensuring puppy happiness with lots of sticks to choose from along the shore. Get ready to be blown away by the views and experience. We recommend pairing this hike with our dog bandana - Free Spirit.
Address: 350 Erie Blvd, Port Rowan
Free Parking: There is available parking along the causeway into the park - you can't miss it!
I hope you enjoy these doggo friendly hikes as much as I have with Hershey.
Kisses & Bites,
CEO & Founder of Doggos