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Discover Dog-Friendly Lakes in Canada | Your Canine Travel Guide


18 August 2023



We’ve compiled the ultimate resource for exploring dog-friendly lakes in Canada. Join us on a journey from British Columbia’s serene shores to Quebec’s charming parks, as we unveil the most captivating lakeside getaways catering to both you and your dog. Here are some of our favourite hidden (or not so hidden) gems that you can visit with your pup. Grab your leash, pack your bags, and get swimming!


  • Sikome Lake (Calgary)
  • Lake Minnewanka (Banff National Park)
  • Ghost Lake (Cochrane)
  • Glenmore Reservoir (Calgary)
  • Sylvan Lake (Sylvan Lake)

British Columbia:

  • Cultus Lake (Chilliwack)
  • Alice Lake (Squamish)
  • Christina Lake (Christina Lake)
  • Kalamalka Lake (Vernon)
  • Shuswap Lake (Salmon Arm)


  • Birds Hill Provincial Park Lake (Winnipeg)
  • Clear Lake (Riding Mountain National Park)
  • West Hawk Lake (Whiteshell Provincial Park)
  • Nutimik Lake (Whiteshell Provincial Park)
  • Falcon Lake (Whiteshell Provincial Park)

New Brunswick:

  • Parlee Beach (Shediac)
  • Lily Lake (Saint John)
  • Grand Lake (Fredericton)
  • Killarney Lake (Fredericton)
  • Otter Lake (Stanley)

Newfoundland and Labrador:

  • Pippy Park Pond (St. John’s)
  • Quidi Vidi Lake (St. John’s)
  • Gander Lake (Gander)
  • Hodgewater Pond (Avondale)
  • Deer Lake (Deer Lake)

Nova Scotia:

  • Bayers Lake (Halifax)
  • Morris Lake (Dartmouth)
  • Chocolate Lake (Halifax)
  • Kearney Lake (Halifax)
  • Banook Lake (Dartmouth)


  • Lake Ontario Park (Kingston)
  • Lake Simcoe (Various towns)
  • Wasaga Beach (Wasaga Beach)
  • Lake of the Woods (Kenora)
  • Rice Lake (Peterborough area)

Prince Edward Island:

  • Brackley Beach (Brackley)
  • Cabot Beach Provincial Park (Malpeque Bay)
  • North Rustico Beach (North Rustico)
  • Basin Head Provincial Park (Souris)
  • Borden-Carleton Beach (Borden-Carleton)


  • Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park (Montreal)
  • Parc de la Chute-Montmorency (Quebec City)
  • Lac-Saint-Joseph (Lac-Saint-Joseph)
  • Lac-Beauport (Lac-Beauport)
  • Lac Memphremagog (Magog)


  • Wakaw Lake (Wakaw)
  • Emma Lake (Prince Albert National Park)
  • Buffalo Pound Lake (Moose Jaw)
  • Last Mountain Lake (Regina Beach)
  • Candle Lake (Candle Lake)


  • Kathleen Lake (Kluane National Park)
  • Tagish Lake (Tagish)
  • Lake Laberge (Whitehorse)
  • Teslin Lake (Teslin)
  • Marsh Lake (Marsh Lake)

While exploring the stunning dog-friendly lakes in Canada, don’t forget to pack a variety of delicious and healthy travel snacks for your dog to enjoy by the water’s edge! Please keep in mind that while these lakes are generally dog-friendly, it’s always a good idea to double-check any specific regulations or guidelines for pets in these areas before visiting. Safe travels!


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