Toronto is a very dog friendly city and the W&Y Homes Co. Team especially loves dogs so here is a round up of our Top 5 favourite parks for fido in the City.
Trinity Bellwoods - 790 Queen Street West
A massive urban dog park in the centre of the beloved Trinity Bellwoods Park. This off-leash park is a massive playground for dogs. It also provides a lot of shaded seating areas for dog owners but be careful because the dog area is not fenced in.
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Stanley Park - 845 King Street West
Just south of King Street West and Strachan this park is a haven for dog lovers. Located in the south side of Stanley Park this fenced in dog area provides lots of seating for dog owners and there are always plenty of dogs there looking to play.
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Kew Gardens - 2075 Queen Street East
The Beach neighbourhood has always catered to dog lovers and Kew Gardens 24 hour off-lease area is no exception. Bordered by the lake at its south end dogs can cool off in the water on a hot day. As well, poop bags are always free for any forgetful owners.
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High Park - 1873 Bloor Street West
I have spent hours exercising my dogs through the off leash dog trails of High Park which is one of the city’s largest dog parks. Set back into the park the scenery is rich with trees and provides seating and washrooms for dog owners and dog friendly water fountains.
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Allan Gardens - 121 Carlton Street
Right in the core and walking distance to Cabbagetown is Allan Gardens. With a large dog population in the area the city decided to create a designated off-lease dog area in the park in Located next to century old conservatory and six green houses the off leash dog area is a fully fenced dog area and has plenty of seating for dog owners.
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