Pet Friendly Attractions

Pet Friendly Attractions

November 5, 2018 / 2 Comments
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Pet Friendly Attractions (leashed): 

Cypress Hills Park (AB & SK)

Pets are welcome in all Saskatchewan Provincial Parks (exceptions: public structures, beaches or in swimming areas)

  • Owners are responsible for pets behaviour at all times
  • Keep pets quiet
  • Keep pets from damaging property in park
  • Pick up after your pets immediately
  • Keep pet on leash at all times (Not to exceed two (2) meters long)

There are great hiking trails to enjoy with your furry friend!  See maps of our hiking trails here: http://www.visitcypresshills.ca/what-to-do/summer-activities/hiking/

Fort Walsh NHS (note: loud noises during live firing demos on Sat mornings).

Big skies, wild flowers, trails galore, a great place for you and your dog to explore! Dogs can be a big part of the family and we want you to be able to enjoy the park with your whole family.

To ensure that your dog, other visitors and wildlife remain safe and comfortable please remember the following:

  • Please keep a leash on your dog at all times while at Fort Walsh National Historic Site
  • Your furry friend may be as excited to be visiting as you, be extra watchful for wildlife
  • Check your pet for ticks and burrs regularly
  • Pack extra water for your pet, we do have water dishes available for visiting dogs
  • We ask that dogs do not enter our historic buildings

If you have any questions about bringing your pet please contact them.

Maple Creek: Grotto Gardens (goats and other barnyard animals present).

Leashed pets are allowed on the grounds and on the deck of the Log Barn while you enjoy lunch or wander amongst the farm animals.

 Grasslands National Park

Big skies, wild flowers, trails galore, a great place for you and your dog to explore! Dogs can be a big part of the family and we want you to be able to enjoy the park with your whole family.

To ensure that your dog, other visitors and wildlife remain safe and comfortable please remember the following:

  • Please keep a leash on your dog at all times while at Grasslands National Park
  • Please keep pets away from prairie dog towns – for their safety and yours
  • Your furry friend may be as excited to be visiting as you, be extra watchful for wildlife such as snakes that blend easily into the surroundings, as well as cactus they could step on
  • Check your pet for ticks and burrs regularly
  • Pack extra water for your pet when leaving camp, it can be hot in some areas of the park

If you have any questions about bringing your pet please contact them.

If you’re also looking for pet-friendly accommodations in the Cypress Hills Destination Area – head to this link:  http://www.visitcypresshills.ca/pet-friendly/

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