Dog Parks In Mississauga, Brampton, Georgetown and Milton

Many families are dog owners and are on the search for local dog-friendly community areas that welcome dogs and their families. Tired of walking the neighborhood and looking for a space where your pooch can really run and play? Visit one of these awesome Dog Parks near Mississauga to meet new pups and have some fun.

Dog parks near Mississuaga

Dog parks are a great place for families to meet other families that enjoy dogs and is a great place to interact with different types of dogs .

Checkout our list of local dog parks near Mississauga, we have included park rules, and locations – giving you all the information you need to get outside and enjoy time with your pooch.

Dog parks in Mississuaga

List of Dog Parks in Peel and Halton Region:

Peel and Halton are home to many local dog parks for families to explore and enjoy!

  • Etobicoke Valley Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Garnetwood Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Jack Darling Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Jack Darling Small Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Lakeside Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Parkway Belt Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Quenippenon Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Totoredaca Dog Park (Mississauga)
  • Bramalea Ltd Community Park (Brampton)
  • Chris Gibson Park (Brampton)
  • Duggan Park (Brampton)
  • White Spruce Park (Brampton)
  • Trafalgar Sports Park Leash Free Area (Georgetown)
  • Cedarvale Park Leash Free Area (Georgetown)
  • Prospect Park Leash Free Area (Acton)
  • Cedar Hedge Park West (Milton)
  • Sunny Mount Park (Milton)
  • Glenashton Park (Oakville)
  • Kingsford Gardens (Oakville)
  • Memorial Park (Oakville)
  • North Park (Oakville)
  • Palermo Park (Oakville)
  • Post Park (Oakville)
  • Shell Park (Oakville)
  • Bayview Park (Burlington)
  • Central Park (Burlington)
  • Colin Alton Parkette (Burlington)
  • Norton Park (Burlington)
  • Roly Bird Park (Burlington)

What are the rules in Dog Parks?

  • Owners are required to have their dogs licensed and all dogs must have up to date vaccinations. Prior to the first visit to the park new puppies should have received all vaccinations which generally are completed by the 4th month.
  • Do not bring females dogs to the park when they are in heat.
  • All dogs must be on leash when outside the fenced area.
  • Dogs must be under control at all times, within view of their handler and not left unattended.

Map of Dog Parks near Mississauga:

Leash Free Dog Parks in Mississauga:

Garnetwood Dog Park

The Leash free zone is located in a larger public park, but is 1.5 acres in size and offer multiple leash free walking trails inside. In the summer it is very shaded, and protected from the wind in the winter by large trees. A bonus is that this park is well lit so it can be used during evening hours by dogs of all sizes.

This park has ample parking and a public restroom (seasonal) across Burnhamthorpe Road in Fleetwood Park.

Address: 4057 River Mill Way

Hours: 6:00AM to 11:00PM

Jack Darling Dog Park

This leash free dog park is 22 acres in size allowing you to really explore together with your dog. This park was recently redesigned onto of an old water reservoir. it features limestone paved pathways and a park seating area. Plants fill the natural environment and rustic pathways are beginning to form.

A water tap at the top of the hill is available for fresh drinking water for your dog. A terrific park to enjoy while exercising your best friend!

There is also a small dog park for dogs under 25 pounds, that has a small flat area for throwing balls plus a small wooded area for a quick two minute walk.

Address: 1180 Lakeshore Road West

Hours: The park is open all year round, 7 days a week. The gate opens at 7am and closes at 9pm. 

Lakeside Dog Park

Part of Leash-Free Mississauga, Lakeside Leash-Free Park is a 7 acre Leash Free Zone on scenic Lake Ontario with a surrounding pedestrian path, dual in-and-out gates and wheelchair accessibility.

This park offers year round washrooms, lots of parking and drinking water in the summer months. This park is great for families as the playground and splash pad are next door.

Address: 2266 Lakeshore Road West

Hours: The park is open all year round, 7 days a week. Hours are 6AM to 11PM.

Parkway Belt Dog Park

This park has a new chain link pathway and a paved pathway from the parking lot to dog park. It has a double gate to ensure dogs are safe, and has lots of shade and a shelter.

This spacious 3.2 acre park remains quite dry most of the year due to the elevated, sloping terrain and its windy exposure. It provides a safe, non-crowded environment for your dogs to run, play, socialize, or just explore the park off leash.

Note there is no lighting for night use.

Address: Just off Eglinton Ave. west of Kennedy Rd.

Quenippenon Dog Park

Known as Q Park, this park is very open making it easy to see dogs anywhere in the fenced in area. Very limited

Q Park features two securely fenced areas, one half adjacent to Erin mills parkway and the other northern half, more secluded behind the Streetsville pumping station for a total of 1.4 acres.

Address: Erin Mills Pkwy, just north of Erin Mills Town Centre.

Totoredaca Dog Park

This park is 3.5 acres fenced by chain link and has a variety of terrains. It has a separate smaller area within the big area for smaller dogs. There is a natural wooded area, lots of shade and protection from the weather.

There is water access (from Spring to the Fall) to make sure the pups stay hydrated. Toto has two parking areas with gates in front and back.

Address: 2715 Meadowvale Blvd. south of Steeles Ave.

Who runs Dog Parks in Mississauga?

Leash-Free Mississauga is volunteer group with the City of Mississauga. Leash Free Mississauga is responsible for fund raising, sponsorship, overall operations and communications with the City. Leash-Free Mississauga pays for all costs associated with the set-up of zones and the maintenance of the zones.

Leash Free Dog Parks in Brampton:

Bramalea Ltd Community Park

This park does not have very much flat terrain, and it is often muddy as it is a mixture of rock and grass so I only recommend visiting on dry days. It has a small dog area to the left and offers a Gazebo so you can sit and watch your dog play.

Address: 1030 Williams Pky

Chris Gibson Park

This dog park is a bit of a walk from the parking lot but it is all paved. The park is mainly wood chip which is good even on wet snowy days. The park offers water for the dogs in summer months. It also has a nice gazebo that offers shade and a seating area.

Address: 135 Mclaughlin Rd N

Duggan Park

Fairly flat area and is fenced by chain link fence. It has some trees around the outskirts.

Address: 73 Vodden St E

White Spruce Park

A large park with two separate fenced in areas, one for small dogs and one for big dogs. It offers a flat area for ball play and has a few benches for seating. There is also a small wooded area near the back that allows you to walk a small circle in the woods.

Address: 10302 Heart Lake Rd

Leash Free Dog Parks in Halton Hills:

Trafalgar Sports Park Leash Free Area

The Trafalgar Sports Park (TSP) is brand new in Dec 2022. The new park includes: Adventure play area, drinking fountain, shelter, limestone screenings pathways, benches, grass surfacing, lighting and a special use/small dog area. The area is 2.3 acres in size.

Address: 11494 Trafalgar Road, Georgetown

Hours: Open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily 

Cedarvale Park Leash Free Area

This park is mainly wood chip and is on the smaller side. A securely fenced facility with a double-gated entrance to allow an easy, secure area to leash and unleash your dog. The park includes several seating areas and a covered shelter in case of inclement weather. It does have lighting to allow use at night. It is .82 acres in size.

Address: 181 Main Street South, Georgetown

Hours: Open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily 

Prospect Park Leash Free Area

A fenced area with a double-gated entrance creates a secure area to leash and unleash your dog. The park includes several seating areas and covered shelter in case of inclement weather. This park is 0.6 acres in size.

Address: 30 Park Avenue, Acton

Hours: Open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily 

Who runs Dog Parks in Halton Hills?

Leash Free Halton Hills is a group of volunteers, that along with the Town of Halton Hills maintains all three dog parks in Halton Hills.

Who runs Dog Parks in Milton?

Leash Free Dog Parks in Milton:

Cedar Hedge Park West

Lots of open area for dogs to play and is open year round. This park has lots of seating for humans to sit and watch. There is a nearby play area for kids so you can keep them separate if they are nervous of dogs.

Address: 230 Cedar Hedge Rd, Milton, ON L9T 6J4

Sunny Mount Park

Lots of wide open space for dogs to play with a wood fence surrounding the park.

Address: 230 Ruhl Dr, Milton, ON L9T 8C9

What is Leash Free Milton?

Leash Free Milton is run entirely by volunteers that fundraise through membership fee and other means to raise funding to maintain the inside of the two dog parks.

Leash Free Dog Parks in Oakville:

Glenashton Park

Address: 1051 Glenashton Drive

Kingsford Gardens

Address: 2667 Kingsway Drive

Memorial Park

Address: 120 Oak Park Boulevard

North Park

Address: 3250 Neyagawa Boulevard

Palermo Park

Address: 2345 Dundas Street West

Post Park

Address: 512 Macdonald Road

Shell Park

Address:  3307 Lakeshore Road West

Who runs Dog Parks in Oakville?

Leash Free Dog Parks in Burlington:

Bayview Park

Address: 1800 King Rd

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Central Park

Address: 2299 New Street

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Colin Alton Parkette

Address: 3250 Neyagawa Boulevard

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Norton Park

Address: 3035 Tim Dobbie Dr

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Roly Bird Park

Address: 2203 Industrial Street

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Who runs dog Parks in Burlington?

Burlington Leash Free groups are self-funded by dog walking groups.

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