MAPPED: A list of (legal) off-leash dog parks around Stittsville

Photo: At the dog park by Michelle Tribe. Used under Creative Commons license. https://www.flickr.com/photos/greencolander/4123220146/in/photolist-o9qofX-jFzpyy-7hmy1f-7hhBaF-7hmzGw-7hhA3k-8Pb2a-4JaVaD-7hmuVU-gLHu3m-7hhzs6-7hhCNB-7hhBFD-eB1VKF-rHgAG1-pSCrvZ-pVz6u-pVzcN-pVz9S-pVyZF-7acMEF-pVyX9-pVz4f-os5m55

(Photo: At the dog park by Michelle Tribe. Used under Creative Commons license.)

Here’s a map showing parks in Stittsville and surrounding wards where dogs are allowed off-leash. Dogs always have to be under the control of their handler, even if a leash is not required.

This map is from list of parks from the City of Ottawa.

 

UPDATE: One of our readers asked about the status of the park on Hartsmere. Although the City’s web site (and this map) lists it as off-leash allowed, there a signs posted at the park indicating that dogs need to be leashed.

Roger Chapman chief of by-law and regulatory services explains:

As a result of a re-designation process undertaken at the request of the community, Trustee M. Curry Park, at 85 Hartsmere Drive, has a mixed designation.

Dogs are allowed on leash from May to August, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon.  Dogs are also allowed on leash from September to April, Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dogs are allowed off-leash all other times.  The signage is currently being designed and fabricated. The website will be updated to reflect the changes.


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3 thoughts on “MAPPED: A list of (legal) off-leash dog parks around Stittsville”

  1. It shows that corner of Elm and Bell is off leash – should the icon maybe be moved to where the trail is?

    1. Thanks Angie. Some of the data points are hard to place when the municipal addresses don’t match exactly – thanks for the heads up on this one.

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