Signage will be posted at facilities with Return to Play Recommendations. Outdoor equipment will not be sanitized and users are encouraged to practice proper hand hygiene, keep a physical distance of 2m (6 ft) and wear a mask or face covering when physical distancing cannot be maintained. If the park is busy, Tecumseh Parks and Recreation recommends finding another park or returning another time. The dog water fountain remains closed.
The Tecumseh Dog Park is located at 12000 St. Jacques and provides a leash-free area for dog owners and their pets to enjoy.
The park provides a water fountain for dogs, plenty of benches to relax and enjoy the outdoors, as well as accessible paved trails. All owners attending the park are asked to help maintain the cleanliness of the park by picking up after their pets (waste bags are available onsite).
7:00 AM to 10:00 PM
The 2nd Sunday of March through the 1st Sunday of November annually
7:00 AM to 6:00 PM
First Monday of November through the 2nd Saturday of March annually
- Leash your dog before entering and exiting
- Keep your dog within sight and under voice control
- Aggressive dogs must be removed immediately
- Pick up and remove dog excrement (waste bags provided)
- Dog park users are subject to the Dog Owners Liability Act
- Female dogs in heat are prohibited
- Current dog tag required
In the event of an emergency, contact OPP at 9-1-1
Tecumseh Dog Control Officer can be contacted at 519-562-1730
Maintenance concerns with the park:
Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM – 519-735-2184
Afterhours, Weekends, Holidays – 519-259-1599
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