Montreal is a famous tourist destination worldwide. It is often thought of as a little slice of Europe in North America. It is the largest city in Quebec, and the second largest in Canada, after Toronto. A lot of the signs and written things are in French, but you can get by in the city if you only know English. There are plenty of beautiful dog parks in this city amongst all of the cultural attractions.
Fresh Meadows Park
This former golf course is located in Beaconsville, and is open all hours. It has great large grassy areas for dogs to run around off-leash. You can also take hikes in the nearby Angel Woods.
This dog park is located within Montreal’s biggest park. It is open from 7:00 AM-11:00 PM. It is fenced, and contains tables, benches, a water fountain, and picnic tables. It has a smooth gravel run area, and grassy parts near the fence. Many pigeons come in and the dogs like to chase them. The rest of the park is a must-see with your dog on leash. It has ponds, fountains, a waterfall, and even squirrels that like to get very close to you for some reason (which can be amusing for your dog).
This park is located in Pointe Claire, and open from 7:00 AM-10:00 PM. It is fenced, and has tables, a dog-height fountain, parking and a waste bag dispenser. It does not have grass, but smooth, rounded rocks. There is also a ring of grass around the fence for running.
Parc Le Ber Dog Park
This park is located in Parc Le Ber, and is open from 7:00 AM-11:00 PM. It is fenced, and has tables, benches and parking. It is a small fenced part of a soccer field, and covered in grass. It is clean and well-maintained.
Parc des Benevoles
This park is located in Kirkland, and is open for 24 hours (but keep it mind it doesn’t have lighting). It is a huge park, twice the size of a football field, so that’s good if you have a larger dog.
This park is located in Notre Dame de Grace, and is open from 7:00 AM-11:00 PM. It is fenced, handicap accessible, and has tables, parking and waste bags. It is mostly a residential-frequented park, but foreigners are welcome.