Dog Parks in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Dog Parks in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Crystal Crescent Beach

Address
East and West Pennet (view on Google Maps)
City
Halifax
Tables?
Yes
Benches?
Yes
Payphones?
Yes
Parking?
Yes
Comments

The beach is located approximately 25 minutes from Halifax, near a small fishing village named Sambro. Beautiful scenery, many trails, excellent for people/dogs what enjoy hiking. We've never taken the dog off-leash during the crowded summer, but late summer/fall we enjoy the trails alot. Owners must clean up after their dogs. Many off-leash areas in the higher trails/grass areas.

Fort Needham Park

Address
Young/ Novalea (view on Google Maps)
City
Halifax
Hours
6:30 am and 5:30 pm
Comments

It is not and official dog park but a good group of dog owners and dogs meet regularly.

Parkland / Glenbourne

Address
Parkland Drive (view on Google Maps)
City
Halifax
Hours
Sat / Sun, 9 - 10
Parking?
Yes
Comments

A not-yet official dog park, upwards of 25 dogs can be found roaming on Sat and Sun mornings between 9 and 10. Directions: From Lacewood Drive, follow Parkland approx 2km until you pass Heathside Cr. Look for the parking lot on your right (upper part of the lot has a playground and basketball court). Follow the gravel path until you reach the field on the left. Opposite the 'dog park' is a HRM soccer field.

Point Pleasant Park

Address
Tower Road at Point Pleasant Drive (view on Google Maps)
City
Halifax
Hours
6am to midnight
Tables?
Yes
Benches?
Yes
Poop bag dispensers?
Yes
Payphones?
Yes
Parking?
Yes
Restrooms
Yes
Comments

Huge! Has separate area for dogs and those uncomfortable around dogs.

Seaview Park

Address
Seamus & Ceilidh (off of Barrington street on waterfront) (view on Google Maps)
City
Halifax
Hours
6am-11pm
Fenced?
Yes
Tables?
Yes
Benches?
Yes
Poop bag dispensers?
Yes
Parking?
Yes
Restrooms
Yes
Comments

A great spot to let your dogs free to socialize! Great for dogs, Basset Hounds meet every Sunday and it is an unleashed area for the animals to run.

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