Dog Parks

Leash-free dog parks are fully fenced areas where owners can have up to two dogs off-leash at a time.

Leash-free areas are self-funded by dog walking groups and operate year round, seven days a week from dawn to dusk.

Leash-free locations

Use the Leash-Free Dog Park map to find a park with a leash-free area near you! 

Find a leash-free dog park

Locations can be found at the following parks

Outside of leash-free areas

Requirements of the Animal Control By-law must be followed:

  • Dogs must be on a leash
  • Dogs must wear an up-to-date Town of Oakville license tag
  • Owners must "stoop and scoop" their dog's waste
  • Owners must maintain control at all times — other dogs and people may not appreciate your dog approaching them

Dogs are not permitted in the following areas

  • The sand base surrounding or beneath playground equipment
  • Tennis courts
  • Spray pads
  • Floral gardens
  • Cemeteries
  • Sports fields
  • Garden plots

Visit the Dogs & Cats page for more information.

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