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City of Mississauga Parks and Forestry - Leash Free

Mississauga has seven Leash-Free Zones.

The City works with Leash-Free Mississauga to oversee and operate the leash-free zones. Leash-Free Mississauga is responsible for costs associated with maintaining and overseeing the day to day operations of the area.

ETOBICOKE VALLEY PARK
Dundas Street and Southcreek Road (south side, west of Hwy 427)
Open from 7am to 11pm.

GARNETWOOD PARK
Burnhamthorpe Road East, east of Pony Trail Drive
Open from 7am to 11pm.

MISSISSAUGA SPORTZONE SOUTH
Kennedy Road north of Eglinton Avenue west on Indian Summer Trail. (South of Iceland Arena)
Open from 7am to 11pm.

TOTOREDACA PARK
Meadowvale Boulevard, north of Meadowpines Road
5:30am to midnight.

LAKESIDE PARK
2266 Lakeshore Road West. South of Royal Windsor Drive.
Open from 5:30am to midnight.

QUENIPPENON PARK
West side of Erin Mills Parkway, north of Erin Centre Drive
Open from 7am to 9pm.

JACK DARLING PARK
1180 Lakeshore Road West, west of Lorne Park Road
Summer hours at Jack Darling
Victoria Day to Labour Day
7am to 11am.

Saturdays, Sundays and Statutory Holidays
7 pm to 11pm
 

Membership in Leash-Free Mississauga is $15 for one dog and $20 for two or more dogs. Visit leashfreemississauga.ca for more information.

NEW! Mississauga's Dog Walker Permit

The City of Mississauga has a new Dog Walker Permit that sets new limits for the number of dogs one individual can bring into a leash-free zone. The new permit is aimed at keeping Leash-Free Zones safe for all users.

The Dog Walker Permit will be required for anyone walking more than four dogs at one time, up to a limit of eight dogs in a leash-free zone or park with a leash-free zone

The Dog Walker Permit Fee for one dog walker is $250. There is a $50 charge for each additional dog walker associated with the original permit.

Dog walkers caught without a permit or walking more than 8 dogs will be fined.

Apply for a Dog Walker Permit here.

All dogs must be licensed by the City of Mississauga. Visit the pet licensing page for details on how to apply for a Pet License.

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