When it comes to our furry friends, we know that we want to bring them everywhere with us. But, as we also know, that isn't always allowed. Now that summer is here, it's time for your four-legged bestie to come join you on an adventure throughout one of the many national parks in Quebec.\nFor anyone who has a dog, you know how special these four-legged creatures really are. These furry companions prance their way into not only our hearts but our families as well.\nWhether you're climbing a mountain, taking in the views, or just absorbing the beauty of the province's natural beauty, it's nice to know that you can experience it all with your dog by your side.\nSince May 2019, dogs are welcome in all Sépaq national parks with the exception of two of them: Parc national d'Anticosti and de 'Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé.\nThe following national parks all allow dogs, and there are even more of them where you can explore with your pet.\nFor a full list of Quebec national parks that allows dogs, you can check out Sépaq's website.\nMont-Tremblant\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 55 minutes\nView this post on Instagram 7 mois de différence entre les deux photos 🥺 A post shared by mahélie rheault (@mahelierh) on Jun 7, 2020 at 11:54am PDT\nMont-Tremblant has an abundance of things to do and see.\nAs many Montreal locals know, the drive to Tremblant is close enough to check out for the day and with your dog by your side, the commute will be even more enjoyable.\nWebsite\nHautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie\nDistance from Montreal: 4 hours and 35 minutes\nView this post on Instagram La profession de Simba ? Influenceur et instabitch! #dog #dogfamily #doglife #bernesemountaindog #camping A post shared by Maxime Tétreault (@simba_et_max) on Sep 12, 2019 at 11:16am PDT\nThis breathtaking park in the Charlevoix region of Quebec has a ton of natural beauty to take in.\nAnd, when you go with your dog, you will be able to get a slew of amazing social media photos to show off.\nWebsite\nÎles-de-Boucherville\nDistance from Montreal: 25 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Mummy said that we have peanut faces... 🤔😅 and fall is here ! Our favourite season of the year 🍁🍂🥰 -Marley & Orion . . . . . . . . . . . . #pug #pugs #puglife #puglovers #pugstagram #instapug #instapuppy #carlin #worldofpug #carlino #mops #pugmania #pugworld #pugbasement #mydogiscutest #puglifemag #pugloversonly #lovehimsomuch #worldofpug #pugsofinstagram #puglife #pugoftheday #pugpuppy #pugloversclub #pugstagram #cutepug #cutepuppy #pugsrequest #cutepuglovers #puglove #pugworld #puglover #pugviral @puglifemagazine @bestwoof @pug_addictsss @pugs @pugbasement @bestwoof @pugloversclub @cutepuglovers A post shared by Marley + Orion, 2 males pugs (@marley.and.orion.pugs) on Oct 13, 2019 at 6:20am PDT\nNot only does this picturesque national park allow you to bring your dog, but it so close to the city that you can go just for the afternoon.\nYour four-legged buddy and yourself will have a day filled with fun if you're looking for a nature-filled day close to home.\nWebsite\nMont-Mégantic\nDistance from Montreal: Two hours and 35 minutes\nView this post on Instagram J’avais définitivement sous-estimé ce mont 🐕🦺 **swipe pour voir l’ennemi à Loulou ** — Parc national du Mont Mégantic, La Patrie, Québec . #mont #montmegantic #hiking #doglovers #doghiking #doghike #exploremore #discovertheworld #jedoisinvestirdansdeschaussuresdetrail A post shared by Estelle (@estellefortier_) on May 31, 2020 at 8:21am PDT\nMont-Mégantic has some of the most outstanding views of the natural provincial beauty.\nWhat many of you may not know is that when hiking this stunning mountain, you can have your dog by your side!\nWebsite\nMont-Orford\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 15 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Swipe pour voir quand @sarah.lvdr et moi on parle passionnément du beau Meeko. Une vraie vedette ce Meeko, en plus d'être un compagnon de rando incroyable 🐕❤ 📸 : @estelledm A post shared by Marie-Rose St-Pierre (@marie.rosayy) on Jun 8, 2020 at 7:13pm PDT\nLocated in Orford Quebec, this picture-perfect national park is a great place to spend the day during the summer. And, with your dog by your side, you may go back time and time again!\nWebsite\nMont-Saint-Bruno\nDistance from Montreal: 30 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Rando avec lui🥰 #hiking #rando #randonnee #stbruno #pomchi #sports A post shared by Amélie 🌻 (@amelie_ares22) on Jun 7, 2020 at 7:34pm PDT\nThis gorgeous and large park is one of the best places to go hiking close to Montreal. There are five lakes, a ton of nature and best of all, your furry bestie by your side.\nWebsite\nOpémican National Park\nDistance from Montreal: 6 hours and 15 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Happy International Doggo Day! #quebec #quebecjetaime #exploremore #dogsofinstagram #bordercolliesofinstagram #bordercollie #collie#dogsofinstagram A post shared by ALIJA BOS PHOTOGRAPHY 📷 (@alijabos) on Aug 26, 2019 at 6:52pm PDT\nThis may be a little far from Montreal, but if you and your doggy are looking for a weekend escape, this could be the place for you.\nThe gorgeous views will leave you and your social media followers in awe.\nWebsite\nEnjoy your hike with your furry friend.