Off Leash Parks in HRM
- Point Pleasant Park- permanent off leash park
- Seaview Park- permanent off leash park
- Subbie Park
- Hemlock Ravine
- Fort Needham
- Dartmouth Commons
- Sandy Lake Park
During the winter months from Nov.1 to May 1 from 5am to 10pm all most all sports fields are off leash ares.
During the summer months from May 1 to Nov 1 the sport fields listed below have specific off leash times.
- Chain Lake Sportfield located off Crown Dr. just past the rotary
- Eddie Leblanc #3 off First Lake Dr. in Sackville
- Glenbourne #2 off Parkland Dr. in Clayton Park
- Conrose off of Conrose Ave. in Halifax
- Larry O'Connel off of Chebucto Rd. in Halifax
Below is a list of provincial parks, these are great places to go for a stroll but are considered to be On Leash areas.
- Clam Harbour Beach
- Salt Marsh Trail
- Lawrence town Beach
- Rainbow Haven Beach
- Crystal Crescent Beach
- Long Lake
- York Redoubt
- The Halifax Commons
- The Chain of Lakes Trail- Starts at Joe Howe Dr. and Ends in Bayers Lake
- Frog Pond Trail- Along Purcells Cove Rd.
- Sir Sanford Flemming Park Trail
- McIntosh Run Community Trail- off of River Rd. in Spryfield
- Halifax Urban Greenway- Along the length of Beaufort Ave at the south-end end of Oxford St.
- Mainland North Linear Trail- starting near the Keshen Goodman Library in Clayton Park
- Dartmouth Harbour Front walkway
- Portland Lakes Trail
- Cole Harbour Heritage Park
- Musquitduboit Trailway
- Atlantic View Trailway
- First Lake Glen Slauenwhite Trail
- Bedford/Sackville Greenway Connector
- St.Margrets Bay Rails to Trails
- Beechville Lakeside Timberlea Trail
- West End Halifax- There is a small park along Chebucto Rd. along which are several starts to a great walking trail that ends at Westcliff Elementary School
- Walk in your neighbor hood, you'll be surprised at what you find. Don't just do the same block you always do, expand on it.