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Dog Parks in the U.S.

Find dog parks and dog off-leash areas in the U.S.

Dog parks can be a great place for dogs to exercise off-leash and socialize with other dogs. However, unruly dogs and owners who don't supervise their pets can cause problems at the dog park. Please remember to abide by the rules of the dog park and always practice proper dog park etiquette.

Tips For Keeping Your Dog Safe at the Dog Park

  • Know each dog park's rules, and follow them.

    Keep your dog leashed until you're inside the park's fenced area.

  • Never leave your dog unattended, even in an off-leash dog park, and maintain voice control over your dog at all times.

  • Know your dog's play style and what the warning signs are that your dog may be getting over-stimulated and may be in danger of crossing the line into aggression. Respond promptly to aggressive behavior. Deciding what constitutes aggressive behavior is sometimes a matter of judgment. It's important to know your dog and to know what is normal and safe for your dog.

  • Don't bring toys or treats that dogs could fight over to the dog park.

  • If you have to break up a dog fight: grab the dogs from the BACK-grab either the tail or the hind legs. If a dog is involved in a fight, you should not grab the collar or put your hands anywhere near the dog's head. A dog that is fighting is in a state of frenzy and is not aware of what it is doing. It may reflexively lash out and bite at anything that comes near its head. The safest approach is to grab the dog's tail. If the dog has no tail, grab the hind legs. Both owners should grab their dogs and pull them away from each other at the same time. Then each dog should be leashed and IMMEDIATELY removed from the park.

  • Keep your dog's vaccinations, especially rabies, up-to-date.

  • Never bring a female dog in heat to a dog park.

  • Bring water for your dog -- not all dog parks have a water source.

Use the map below to find dog parks, dog runs, and off-leash dog areas in the U.S.


Daphne: Daphne Dog Park, 8600 Whispering Pines Rd., Daphne, AL 36526
Located on the grounds of the Trione Sports Complex, Daphne Dog Park has a separate small dog area, drinking fountains, and washing station and open from sunrise to sunset.

Gulf Shores: Gulf Shores Dog Park, 308 Clubhouse Drive, Gulf Shores, AL 36542
The Gulf Shores Dog Park features a large fenced in green space to accommodate both small and large dogs.

Gulf Shores: The Dog Park at Gulf State Park - Lake Shelby
Located in Gulf State Park, the dog park is located on the West end of the parking lot, under the Gulf Adventure Center on Lake Shelby. New agility/play equipment has been installed at The Dog Park at Lake Shelby! All off-leash dogs must be under voice control.

Hoover: Dog Park at Loch Haven, 3469 Loch Haven Dr., Hoover, AL 35216
Located on Loch Haven Drive off Rocky Ridge Road in the seclusion of the Loch Haven Subdivision. Loch Haven is a one-of-a-kind park in the city of Hoover featuring an off-leash fenced area for dogs and their owners. The dog park is divided into two separate areas; one side for dogs up to 35 lbs and the other for larger dogs. Features include a canine obstacle course, .4 mile walking track, and a covered picnic pavilion with a large recreation field.

Huntsville: Dog Spots
Huntsville offers several “Dog Spots,” off-leash doggie play areas. Each is approximately the size of two football fields and has a divided play area for dogs less than 25 pounds. Dog Spots include: Downtown Dog Spot, located on Cleveland Avenue, between Church Street and Meridian Street, just off the downtown exit from I-565; Creekwood Park Dog Spot, located west of Cummings Research Park in Creekwood Park, 360 Harvestwood Court; Hampton Cove Dog Spot, located at 235 Wade Road, just off of Highway 431 South, near the Hays Nature Preserve; and Southside Dog Spot, located at 16159 Chaney Thompson Road, north of Green Cove Road.

Orange Beach: Unleashed in Orange Beach Dog Park, 27920 Canal Rd., Orange Beach, AL 36561
The dog park has separate large dog and small dog areas.


Anchorage: Off-Leash Dog Areas
Seven park areas in Anchorage have been designated for off-leash dog exercise. The designated areas are within the following locations: Arctic Benson Park; Connors Bog; Far North Bicentennial Park (North Gasline Trail); Russian Jack Springs Park; South Anchorage Sports Park (Future American Legion Fields); University Lake Park; and Valley of the Moon Park. Arctic Benson Park, Connors Bog, Russian Jack Springs Park, and the South Anchorage Sports Park have designated off-leash areas. University Lake Park and Far North Bicentennial Park have designated off-leash trails only.

Fairbanks: Fairbanks Dog Park, 2000 Davis Rd, Fairbanks, AK 99709
Fairbanks Dog Park is a 20-acre parcel with off-leash fencing in the South Davis Park area.


Chandler: Dog Parks
Chandler's dog parks have some unique amenities designed just for dogs, including several training obstacles including a see-saw, balance beam, tunnel, hurdles, and a large A-frame. Other amenities include benches, pooper-scoopers, doggy drinking fountains, a fake fire hydrant (at Snedigar Dog Park only), and plenty of parking. The parks are surrounded by 6-foot high chain link fences with one main entrance so dogs can’t escape unleashed. The dog parks are located at: Paseo Vista Recreation Area, 3850 S. McQueen Rd.; Shawnee Park, 1400 W. Mesquite; Snedigar Sportsplex, 4500 S. Basha Rd.; and Nozomi Park (formerly West Chandler Park), 250 S. Kyrene Rd.

Chandler: Snedigar Sportsplex Dog Park
Snedigar Park's dog park is surrounded by 6-foot high chain link fences with one main entrance so Fido can’t escape unleashed. Amenities include benches, pooper-scoopers, doggy drinking fountains, and unique to Snedigar Dog Park, a large fake fire hydrant.

Flagstaff: Thorpe Park Bark Park, 191 Thorpe Rd., Flagstaff, AZ 86001
The Bark Park in Thorpe Park is divided into an large area for all dogs, and a smaller fenced off section for small breeds or puppies.

Gilbert: Cosmo Dog Park, 2502 E Ray Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296
Approximately 4 fenced acres, the Cosmo Dog Park has area lighting for night use and includes pet drinking fountains & wash stations; separate use areas for active and timid dogs; ramada, tables and benches; trash receptacles; "Mutt-Mitt" waste disposal stations; and Information kiosk.

Glendale Dog Parks
Dog parks are located at Sahuaro Ranch Park, 63rd Avenue and Mountain View; Foothills Park, 57th Avenue and Union Hills Drive; and Northern Horizon Park, 63rd and Northern Avenues.

Lake Havasu City: Dog Parks
There are three off-leash dog parks in Lake Havasu City - each is completely fenced in with double-gated entrances for your pup's safety. Located in a quiet neighborhood park, Avalon Dog Park features a large grassy expanse, shaded and open-air benches and wading pool. Lions Dog Park overlooks the famous Bridgewater Channel that leads out to Lake Havasu. Shaded benches and walking paths keep the humans happy, while water features and wading pools keep the dogs cool as they play. Dylan’s Dog Park @ SARA Park features a fenced area both for small dogs and big dogs, two walking paths (one approximately 1/10 mile and the other approximately 1/5 mile), and 10 covered benches.

Mesa: Off Leash Areas In Mesa Parks
The Parks and Recreation Department operates two off leash areas in Mesa. Quail Run Park includes a 3+ acre designated off-leash dog area with lights, and feature areas for timid and active dogs, park benches, and drinking fountains. Countryside Park includes a 1.2 acre designated off-leash dog area without lights, areas for timid and active dogs, park benches, and drinking fountains.

Phoenix: Dog Parks
Dog parks in the City of Phoenix include: Grovers Basin Dog Park, 17447 N 20th St.; Deer Valley Dog Park, 19602 N 19th Ave.; (Margaret T.) Hance Park Dog Park, 323 W. Culver St.; Paradise Valley Park Dog Park, 17642 N. 40th St.; PETsMART Dog Park at Washington Park, 6655 N 23rd Ave.; RJ Dog Park at Pecos Park, 17010 S 48th St.; Rose Mofford Sports Complex Dog Park, 9833 N 25th Ave.; Steele Indian School Dog Park, 300 E Indian School Rd.; Esteban Dog Park, 3345 Roeser Rd.; Deem Hills Dog Park, 26606 N Deem Hills Pkwy; Cesar Chavez Dog Park, 7858 S 35th Ave., Laveen Village, AZ 85339.

Pima County: Dog Parks
Dogs are only allowed off-leash within specific areas designated for unleashed dogs in the following parks: Brandi Fenton Memorial Park, 3482 East River Road, Tucson; E.S. Bud Walker Park, 290 W 5th St., Ajo; Flowing Wells Park, 5510 North Shannon Road, Tucson; George Mehl Family Foothills Park, 4060 East River Road, Tucson; McDonald District Park, 4100 North Harrison Road, Tucson; Ann Day Community Park, 7601 N Mona Lisa Rd., Tucson; and Star Valley Park, 6852 West Brightwater Way, Tucson.

Prescott: Willow Creek Dog Park, 3181 Willow Creek Road, Prescott, AZ 86301
The City of Prescott has a dog park located within the Jim McCasland Willow Creek Park at 3181 Willow Creek Road. Included are separate areas for small and large dogs.

Prescott Valley: Mountain Valley Park Off Leash Area, 8600 East Nace, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
The dog park includes almost 2 acres of open space. Fenced, handicap accessible. Agility equipment, benched, shade, parking and water.

Scottsdale: Dog Parks
There are three dog parks throughout Scottsdale: Chaparral Dog Park, 5401 N. Hayden Road; Horizon Dog Park, 15444 N. 100th Street; and Vista del Camino Dog Park, 7700 E. Roosevelt St.

Sedona: Sedona Dog Park, 950 Soldiers Pass Road, Sedona, AZ 86336
The park is located at the corner of Soldier's Pass Road and Carruth Drive, 950 Soldiers Pass Rd.

Tempe: Dog Parks
Dog parks are located at: Creamery Park, 8th St. and Una; Jaycee Park, 5th St. and Hardy Drive; Mitchell Park, Mitchell Drive and 9th St.; Papago Park, Curry Rd. and College Ave.; and Tempe Sports Complex, 8401 S. Hardy Drive.

Tucson: Dog Parks
There are seven dog parks operated and maintained by the City of Tucson. Five of the dog park sites are divided into separate areas for large and small dogs and some dog parks feature dog training areas. Amenities vary by location. Dog parks include: Christopher Columbus Park, 4600 N. Silverbell Road; Jacobs Park, 3300 N. Fairview Avenue; Palo Verde Park, 425 S. Mann Avenue; Purple Heart Park - Ivan's Spot, 10050 E. Rita Road; Gene C. Reid Park - Miko’s Corner Playground, Country Club and 22nd Street; North Sixth Avenue Dog Park, 2075 N. 6th Avenue; and Morris K. Udall Park, 7290 E. Tanque Verde Road.


Bentonville: Bark Park
The Bentonville Bark Park is a 1.3 acre off-leash recreation area just west of the North Bentonville Trail. The fenced in area includes separate sections for large dogs, small dogs, and an agility course.

Fort Smith: Fort Smith Dog Park
Located at the corner of Massard Road & Louisville Street in Fort Smith, the dog park is ppen from dawn until dusk every day.

Little Rock: Paws Park at Murray Park, 5900 Rebsamen Park Rd., Little Rock, AR
Paws Park in Murray Park is Little Rock’s first fenced, off-leash park for dogs. Amenities include: five foot high chain link fencing around two acres for large dogs, four foot high chain link fencing around a half acre for small dogs, secure area for entering and exiting the park, water troughs and fountains in each area, benches, parking, trash cans and mutt mitts.

Little Rock: MacArthur Unleashed Dog Park, 601 East 9th Street, Little Rock, AR
MacArthur Unleashed Dog Park occupies a two acre parcel in the southeast corner of MacArthur Park (across from the Bowen Law School), and provides over sixty parking spaces with LED lighting. It also includes a five foot chain link perimeter fencie, “double gate” entrances with prominent rules signage, separate area for small dogs (less than 30 pounds), pet waste disposal stations, and watering stations.


Aptos: Polo Grounds Dog Park, 2255 Huntington Ave, Aptos CA 95003
Polo Grounds Dog Park is a one-acre dog park in Aptos near the soccer fields and a big meadow. Fenced, off-leash area, including partitioned small dog section. Water and benches are provided.

Arcadia: Arcadia Dog Park
Arcadia Dog Park is located at the southwest corner of Eisenhower Park on the corner of Second Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. The 3/4-acre property offers separate areas for small and large dogs.

Atascadero: Heilmann Dog Park, 1100 El Bordo Ave, Atascadero, CA 93422
Heilmann Dog Park features two double gated entries, one on the north side and one on the west side, a shade structure, water, picnic tables, shady oaks, a patio, a doggie spa, an information kiosk, and a section for smaller dogs in the 25 pounds or less range.

Bakersfield: Dog Parks
The City of Bakersfield Recreation and Parks Department has seven dog friendly parks. These parks are unique because they offer a no-leash area for dogs and their owners to enjoy. The no leash area is surrounded by fencing and is large enough to tire out the most energetic dog. No leash areas include: Centennial Dog Park (Central Bakersfield), 400 Montclair Street; Coffee Road Dog Park (Northwest Bakersfield), 6101 Coffee Road; Kroll Dog Park (SW Bakersfield), 7500 Kroll Way; Mesa Marin Sports Complex Dog Park (East Bakersfield), East side of Bedford Green Drive, between State Route 178 & Kern Canyon Road; Seasons Dog Park (SW Bakersfield), 5601 Harris Road; University Dog Park (East Bakersfield), 4301 University Avenue; and Wilson Dog Park (Southwest Bakersfield), 2400 Wilson Road.

Belmont: Cipriani Dog Park, 2525 Buena Vista Ave. Belmont, CA
Main entrance to the Dog Park is on the 2600 block of Monserat Ave, through the Cipriani School parking lot. There is an adjoining small dog run, scoopers and water available.

Benicia: Phenix Dog Park, Benicia Community Park
Located in the NW Corner of Benicia Community Park, Rose Drive and Dempsey Drive.

Berkeley: Cesar Chavez Park Off-Leash Dog Area
Cesar Chavez Park is located at 11 Spinnaker Way, North of the west end of University Avenue- Marina/Northwest Berkeley. The 17-acre off-leash area of the park is on the north side of the Berkeley Marina.

Berkeley: Ohlone Dog Park
Ohlone Dog Park is located at Grant Street and Hearst Avenue in Berkeley, one block west of Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.

Burlingame: Off-Leash Areas
Off-leash areas are located at: Washington Park, 850 Burlingame Ave.; Cuernavaca Park, Alcazar Drive and Hunt Drive; and Burlingame Dog Exercise Park, 1125 Airport Blvd.

Calabasas: Calabasas Bark Park, 4232 Las Virgenes Rd., Calabasas, CA 91302
The Bark Park features a separate gated children's play area, doggie drinking fountain, and pooper scoopers.

Camarillo: Camarillo Grove Park Dog Park, 6968 E. Camarillo Springs Road, Camarillo, CA
Camarillo Grove Park is nestled in a rustic setting near the base of the Conejo Grade at the end of Camarillo Springs Road and home to the Camarillo Grove Dog Park. The dog park features many shaded areas and doggie drinking fountains and is open daily from 7:30- am to dusk. The entire park is also an off leash park Monday - Friday. Saturday and Sunday dogs are allowed off-leash only in the designated dog park area and on the trails until 10am.

Camarillo: Mission Oaks Park Dog Park, 5501 Mission Oaks Boulevard, Camarillo, CA
Mission Oaks Park does not have an enclosed dog park but does have off-leash hours: Monday - Friday: 4pm-Dusk; Saturday - Sunday: Dawn-2pm & 4pm-Dusk. The off leash area is located along Fieldcrest near the school.

Carlsbad: Dog Parks
The city of Carlsbad has two dog parks: Alga Norte Dog Park, 6565 Alicante Road; and Ann D. L'Heureux Dog Park, 2700 Carlsbad Village Drive.

Castro Valley: Earl Warren Dog Park, 4660 Crow Canyon Rd., Castro Valley, CA 94546
The dog park is located inside Earl Warren Park in Castro Valley and is divided into two sections for little dogs (up to 34 lbs) and big dogs.

Citrus Heights: C-Bar-C Park Pooch Dog Park, 8275 Oak Avenue, Citrus Heights, 95610
The Dog Park has separate areas for small and large dogs.

Claremont: Claremont Pooch Park, College Park, 100 S. College Ave., Claremont, CA
Located just blocks from downtown Claremont, the Pooch Park provides a large dog park area and a separate small dog park area.

Concord: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Concord. Baldwin Dog Park at John F. Baldwin Park, 2727 Parkside Circle, has a designated area for small dogs less than 30 pounds only. Newhall Community Park "Paw Patch" Dog Park is located in Newhall Community Park, 1351 Newhall Pkwy. The "Paw Patch" is a secure, fenced area where dogs can exercise off-leash; there is a designed area for small dogs less than 30 pounds.

Costa Mesa: Costa Mesa Bark Park, 890 Arlington Dr, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
The Costa Mesa Bark Park has a separate area for small, elderly and disabled dogs. Facilities include double-gated entrance, parking, trees, benches, water dispensers for the dogs, dog waste bags and restroom.

Culver City: The Boneyard, Jefferson & Duquesne, Culver City, CA 90232
The Boneyard is located on Duquesne Avenue (about 3/4 mile east of Overland) , south of Jefferson Blvd. in the middle of Culver City Park. The dog park is a little over 1 acre in size, with both a small and a large dog park area, benches, trees, temporary shade and weather structures, and water fountains.

Danville: Canine Corral, Hap Magee Ranch Park, 1025 La Gonda Way, Danville, CA 94526
Located within Hap Magee Ranch Park, Canine Corral dog park has separate play areas for large and small dogs.

Davis: Off-Leash Areas
Several Davis parks and greenbelts have exercise areas where your dog can be off leash if it remains under your control. Unfenced off-leash areas: Aspen Greenbelt (south of Glacier Drive at the east end of Isle Royale Lane); John Barovetto Park, 4400 Alhambra Drive (southeast area of the park); Pioneer Park, 5035 Hamel Street (northeast of the playground); Slide Hill Park, 1525 Tulip Lane (south end of the park); Sycamore Park, 1313 Sycamore Lane (southwest of the playground); and Walnut Park, 2700 Lillard Drive (east of the tennis courts). Fenced off-leash areas: Community Park, 1405 F Street (west of the Skate Park) and Toad Hollow Dog Park, 1919 Second Street.

Davis: Toad Hollow Dog Park, 1919 2nd Street, Davis, CA 95616
Toad Hollow Dog Park is located at 1919 Second Street( between L Street and the Pole Line Road overcrossing).

Dublin: Dougherty Hills Dog Park
The City of Dublin has one designated dog run: Dougherty Hills Dog Park, which is located on Amador Valley Boulevard at Stagecoach Drive. The park offers a turf run, doggie drinking fountain, and many other amenities perfectly suited to your dog's needs and enjoyment.

Encinitas: Off-Leash Dog Areas
The City of Encinitas offers three parks where dogs can be off-leash during specific hours and days: Encinitas Viewpoint Park on "D" Street; Orpheus Park on Orpheus Drive; and Sun Vista Park (east) on Avenida La Posta. Also, Trail Segment 72, located on City property underneath the SDG&E Powerlines between Encinitas Blvd. and Mountain Vista Drive, has been designated an off-leash dog area.

Encino: Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park, 17550 Victory Blvd., Encino, CA 91406
The dog park features 5 acres off-leash and 0.5 acre small dog area.

Foster City: Foster City Dog Park
Located in Boat Park, the Foster City Dog Park includes separate fenced areas for large and small dogs, synthetic turf and decomposed granite surfaces, as well as a watering station. Other Parks for Dogs: Dogs may be off-leash (but under control) between the hours of 5:00am-8:00am daily in designated areas of the following parks: Boothbay Park (Corner of Edgewtaer Blvd. and Boothbay Ave.); Catamaran Park (Corner of Shell Blvd. and Catamaran Park); Edgewater Park (Corner of Edgewater Blvd. and Regulus St.); Farragut Park (Corner of Beach Park Blvd. and Farragut Blvd.); Sea Cloud Park (Corner of Pitcairn Dr. and Sea Cloud Park Dr.) - Monday-Saturday from 5:00am to 8:00am and Sunday from 5:00am to 9:00am.

Fremont: Central Park Dog Park, 1740 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont CA 94538
Central Park Dog Park has two turfed areas - 1.2 acres with artificial turf and lighting for large dogs over 14 inches in height at the shoulders, and a smaller .02 acre area with natural grass for dogs 14 inches and under at the shoulders.

Fresno: Dog Parks
There are five dog parks in Fresno: Woodward Park Dog Park, located in the northeast corner of Woodward Park; Basin AH1 Dog Park, located at 4257 W. Alamos at the El Capitan cross street; Roeding Park Dog Park; Victoria-West Dog Park, located at 3861 W. Clinton in the Victoria West Community Park; and Todd Beamer Dog Park, located at 1890 E. Plymouth Way (at Maple/Plymouth) in Todd Beamer Park.

Fullerton: Fullerton Pooch Park, 201 S. Basque Ave., Fullerton, CA 92833
The Fullerton Pooch Park offers a small dog area for pooches under 25lbs as well as a large dog area for big, active, high energy pooches. Pooch Park also features a third "wood chip" area that is open to all dogs.

Garden Grove: Garden Grove Dog Park
Garden Grove Dog Park is located at 13601 Deodara Drive, in Garden Grove Park. In early October 2017, Garden Grove Dog Park closed for improvements. Along with new fencing and signage, the park underwent complete turf renovation, the installation of new public benches, dog waste enclosures, and a drinking fountain for owners and pets.

Glen Ellen: Elizabeth Anne Perrone Dog Park, Sonoma Valley Regional Park, 13630 Highway 12, Glen Ellen, CA
Elizabeth Anne Perrone Dog Park is a fully fenced, 1 acre dog park located at Sonoma Valley Regional Park, off of Hwy 12, and features a double-gated entry, drinking fountain for dogs, and a gazebo for shade.

Half Moon Bay: Half Moon Bay Dog Park, 400 Wavecrest Road, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Half Moon Bay Dog Park is open from Sunrise to Sunset.

Healdsburg: Badger Dog Park, 750 Heron Dr., Healdsburg, CA 95448
Badger Dog Park is a 50' by 200' area located at Badger Park. The dog park is completely fenced, has water and an information kiosk.

Healdsburg: Villa Chanticleer Dog Park, 1248 North Fitch Mountain Road, Healdsburg, CA
Villa Chanticleer Dog Park is completely fenced and has water, a shade structure, several picnic tables and an improved path.

Huntington Beach: Huntington Central Park Dog Park
Huntington Beach Central Park is the largest city-owned park in Orange County covering over 350 acres of land. Located on the east Side of Edwards Street between Ellis Avenue and Talbert Avenue, the dog park features one area for small dogs and puppies, and one for large dogs.

Irvine: Central Bark Dog Park, 6405 Oak Canyon Road, Irvine, CA 92618
Central Bark has a separate fenced area for small or frail dogs.

La Crescenta: Crescenta Valley Community Regional Park Dog Park, 3901 Dunsmore Avenue, La Crescenta, CA 91214
The 1.5-acre dog park is located in the northwest part of the 32-acre Crescenta Valley Community Regional Park. Amenities include drinking fountains, a dog wash area, walking path, benches, and shady areas with beautiful landscape.

Laguna Beach: Laguna Beach Dog Park, 20672 Laguna Canyon Road (SR 133, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Laguna Beach Dog Park is over two acres of grassy expanse tucked between the hills of the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and the Aliso/Wood Canyons Regional Wilderness Park in Laguna Beach, CA. Amenities include a small dog area, water fountains, benches, and shade trees.

Laguna Niguel: Pooch Park, Golden Lantern near Fire Station #49, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
The Laguna Niguel Pooch Park is a fully fenced, one-acre, off leash dog park. It includes three picnic tables with shade shelters and a restroom.

Livermore: Dog Parks
Livermore has seven park facilities with off-leash dog areas. Each dog run area is fenced and includes a water spigot. Dog parks include: May Nissen Dog Park, 685 Rincon Ave.; Vista Meadow Dog Park, 2450 Westminster Way; Max Baer Dog Park, 1310 Murdell Lane; Bruno Canziani Neighborhood Park, South Charlotte Way; Marlin Pound Neighborhood Park, 2010 Bluebell Drive; Robertson Park Meadow, 3200 Robertson Park Road; and Cayetano, Northeast corner of Portola Avenue at Isabel Avenue/Campus Hill Drive.

Long Beach: Dog Parks
Long Beach has several facilities for dogs off leash. Most facilities feature spaces for both large and small dogs, benches for owners, free doggie waste bags and water fountains. Double entrance and exit gates provide a secure environment for dogs. Off-leash areas include: Rosie's Dog Beach, Ocean Blvd., between Roycroft and Argonne; Downtown Dog Park, Broadway and Pacific Avenue; K9 Corner Dog Park, 9th Street and Pacific Avenue; Uptown Dog Park, 4600 Long Beach Boulevard; Recreation Dog Park, 5201 E. 7th Street; Wrigley Heights Dog Park, 3401 Golden Ave. El Dorado Park Dog Park, 7550 E Spring St.; Coolidge Dog Park, 352 Neece Avenue; Jackson Dog Park, 1432 Jackson St.; and Seaside Dog Zone, near the East Village Arts District and the waterfront.

Los Angeles: Dog Parks
Dog parks are located at: Veterans Barrington Park, 333 S Barrington Avenue, Los Angeles; Griffith Park Dog Park, located at north end of the John Ferraro Soccer Field on North Zoo Drive Los Angeles; Hermon Park in the Arroyo Seco Dog Park, 5566 Via Marisol, Los Angeles; Laurel Canyon Dog Park, 8260 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles; Runyon Canyon Dog Park, 2000 North Fuller, Los Angeles; Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park, 17550 Victory Boulevard, Encino; Silverlake Dog Park, 1850 W Silver Lake Drive, Los Angeles; Westminster Dog Park, 1234 Pacific Avenue, Venice; and Whitnall Off-Leash Dog Park, 5801 1/2 Whitnall Hwy., North Hollywood.

Los Angeles: Arts District Dog Park, 1004 E. 4th Street, 90013 (corner of 4th and Molino), Los Angeles, CA 90013
The Arts District Dog Park includes separate small dog area, dog water fountain, benches for humans, and double gate safety entrance. The Arts District Dog Park is not run or supported by the City of Los Angeles; donations are welcome. Open 5:00 am-11pm.

Los Angeles: Veterans Barrington Dog Park, 333 South Barrington Ave., Los Angeles CA 90049
1.5 acres dog park on the west side of Los Angeles.

Los Angeles: Griffith Park Dog Park
The Dog Park has a separate, fenced and gated area for small and timid dogs.

Los Angeles: Hermon Park in the Arroyo Seco Dog Park, 5566 Via Marisol Los Angeles, CA 90042
Hermon Dog Park has a separate area for small dogs and large dogs.

Los Angeles: Laurel Canyon Park Dog Park, 8260 Mulholland Drive Studio City, CA 90046
The dog park is open every day from sunrise to sunset.

Los Angeles: Runyon Canyon Park, 2000 N. Fuller Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046
Runyon Canyon Park is not fenced. Dogs are allowed off-leash in a portion of the park.

Los Angeles: Silverlake Dog Park, 1850 West Silver Lake Drive Los Angeles CA 90026 Dog Park is open each day 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Manhattan Beach: Live Oak Park Dog Run, 1601 Valley Drive, Manhattan Beach, CA
The Dog Run is located just north of the tennis courts in Live Oak Park.

Manhattan Beach: Marine Avenue Park Dog Run, 1625 Marine Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA
The Dog Run is located just east of racquetball facility in Marine Avenue Park.

Manhattan Beach: Polliwog Park Dog Run, 1601 Manhattan Beach Boulevard, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
The Dog Run is located on the west end of Polliwog Park, adjacent to Begg Field. This 5,900 square foot dog run is the largest in Manhattan Beach.

Marina: Marina Dog Park, Schoonover Drive, Marina, CA 93933
Exit Highway 1 at Reservation Rd. Take Reservation Rd. to Imjim Rd. Turn right onto Imjim then left on Abrams Dr. (Ord Market will be on corner), then left on Schoonover Drive. Dog park on the right side.

Mill Valley: Bayfront Park Mill Valley Dog Park
The dog park is located on Richardson Bay between Sycamore Ave, Camino Alto and Miller Ave.

Milpitas: Dog Park at Ed R. Levin County Park, 3100 Calaveras Road, Milpitas, CA 95035
Ed R. Levin County Park features an expansive off-leash dog park for large and small dogs alike. Owned and operated by the City of Milpitas this dog park is one of the most popular features in Ed R. Levin County Park. Dogs are also allowed on-leash in parking lots, picnic areas, and all trails north of Calaveras Road.

Morro Bay: Jodi Giannini Family Dog Park
The Jodi Giannini Family Dog Park is located at Del Mar Park in Morro Bay, at the end of Ironwood Avenue. The dog park has lots of green open space, plenty of shade trees and has two sections – small dogs and large dogs.

Mountain View: Mountain View Dog Park
The Dog Park is located on the corner of Shoreline Boulevard and North Road, just before the entrance to Shoreline Park. The Mountain View Dog Park provides separate fenced open areas for both small and large dogs. Amenities include: Drinking fountains, shade structure, animal waste bags and dispensers, trash receptacles, a bulletin board, a disabled-accessible portable restroom and seating benches.

Napa: Alston Park Canine Commons, Dry Creek Rd. and Trower Ave., Napa, CA 94558
An open-space park, Alston Park has three miles of meandering trails that are open to equestrians, mountain bikers, hikers, and dog walkers. Redwood Creek, a tributary of the Napa River, forms the park’s western boundary. This hike climbs to the off-leash dog area, Canine Commons.

Nipomo: Nipomo Dog Park, Nipomo Regional Park, 255 Pomeroy Road, Nipomo, CA 93444
The off-leash area for dogs is located in the South East corner of the Nipomo Regional Park (below the corner of Pomeroy & Teft). Parking is located below the facility next to the T-ball field with a path- way from the parking lot up the slope to the gate.

Oak Park: Oak Canyon Dog Park
The Oak Canyon Dog Park is located towards the top of Oak Canyon Community Park, 5600 Hollytree Drive. There are areas for large and small dogs.

Oakland: Hardy Dog Park, Hardy Park, 491 Hardy Street, Oakland, CA 94618
The Dog Play Area is an enclosed, fenced, off-leash dog park, slightly out of the way and directly underneath the freeway (Highway 24).

Oakland: Fenced Dog Play Areas
Oakland Parks and Recreation has 5 fenced Dog Play Areas where canines can run off-leash: Grove Shafter Dog Play Area, Martin Luther King Jr Way & 36th Street; Hardy Dog Play Area, 491 Hardy Street; Jefferson Dog Play Area, 618 Jefferson Street; Joaquin Miller Dog Play Area, 3590 Sanborn Drive; and Mosswood Dog Play Area, 3612 Webster Street.

Oceanside: Dog Park, 2905 San Luis Rey Road, Oceanside, CA 92058
Oceanside’s only off-leash dog park is adjacent to the San Diego Humane Society and offers separate spaces for less active and more active dogs.

Ojai: Mitchell Edelson Dog Park at Soule Park
The Dog Park consists of two separate fenced-in play areas, one for large dogs and the other for small dogs weighing under 20 lbs. The enclosure entrance is double- gated, which prevents dogs that are inside the enclosure from escaping when another dog enters the enclosure. There are benches, mature oak tree shade trees, and doggie water fountains.Dogs must be licensed to use this facility.

Orange: Orange Dog Park, Yorba Park, 190 South Yorba St, Orange, CA 92867
Located in Yorba Park, the dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs, doggie drinking fountains, and pooper scoopers.

Palm Desert: University Dog Park, 74802 University Park Drive, Palm Desert, CA 92211
This gated dog park includes separate areas for small and large dogs.

Palm Springs: Palm Springs Dog Park, 222 Civic Drive North, Palm Springs, CA 92262
Located directly behind Palm Springs City Hall, the dog park features grass, trees, awnings, a smaller fenced off area for smaller dogs, recycled picnic benches & trash bins, pooper scoopers, 11 antique fire hydrants and dual-drinking fountains made to accommodate both the low-to-the-ground pooches and their taller owners.

Palo Alto: John Lucas Exercise Areas for Dogs
There are only three parks in Palo Alto containing areas where dogs can be exercised off-leash, as long as they are in the designated dog exercise areas: Mitchell Park, 500 East Meadow (one block west of Middlefield); Greer Park, 1098 Amarillo (at Amarillo and West Bayshore); and Hoover Park, 2901 Cowper (at Cowper and El Dorado).

Pasadena: Alice's Dog Park, Vina Vieja Park, 3026 E Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91102
Located within Viña Vieja Park, this two-and-a-half acre off-leash dog park is located on East Orange Grove, a few blocks east of Sierra Madre Blvd. It features a 2 ½ acre, grassy area for large dogs and a one acre grassy area for small and special-need dogs.

Paso Robles: Sherwood Dog Park, 290 Scott St., Paso Robles, CA 93446
The dog park is 1.25 acres in size, cross fenced for separate big dog and small dog play areas.

Petaluma: Rocky Memorial Dog Park. 2204 Casa Grande Road, Petaluma, CA
Rocky Memorial Dog Park is a fenced off-leash dog park located at the end of West Casa Grande Rd. just off Lakeville Highway.

Pleasant Hill: Paso Nogal Park Dog Park, 501 Paso Nogal Rd., Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Paso Nogal Park includes two fenced in Off Leash Exercise Areas for dogs: one for dogs under 25 lbs and the other for larger dogs.

Pleasanton: Muirwood Park Dog Exercise Area, 4701 Muirwood Dr., Pleasanton, CA 94566
This 3/4 acre fenced dog park is located in Muirwood Community Park. The dog area is divided into 2 sections, one for big dogs and one for the smaller dogs.

Poway: Poway Dog Park, Poway Community Park, 13094 Civic Center Dr., Poway, CA 92064
Located at Poway Community Park in the southwest corner of the park, the Poway Dog Park is a 1.75-acre off-leash area for dogs with 3 fenced-in areas. Each area has a water source (dog lick faucet) and picnic benches.

Redondo Beach: Redondo Beach Dog Park, 190 Flagler Lane, Redondo Beach, CA 90278
The dog park consists of a turfed and fenced three-acre dog run, including separate areas for large and small dogs. Amenities include benches and drinking fountains for both dogs and their humans.

Redwood City: Dog Parks
There are three parks in Redwood City where dogs are allowed off leash: Main Street Dog Agility Park, 1295 Main Street at Beech; Shore Dogs Park, located near the end of Radio Road in Redwood Shores; and Stulsaft Park's Limited Off-Leash Trail, located off of Recreation Way.

Richmond: Point Isabel Dog Park, Point Isabel Regional Shoreline
Point Isabel Regional Shoreline offers beautiful views of the Golden Gate and Marin County from this landscaped 23-acre park at the west end of Central Avenue in Richmond. This is one of the largest public off-leash dog parks in the nation.

Roseville: Bear Dog Park, 1575 Pleasant Grove Blvd, Roseville 95747
Located off of Pleasant Grove Blvd within Mahany Park, this dog park includes two separate areas to exercise dogs off-leash, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. Each area has an agility play area, walking trail and benches.

Roseville: Marco Dog Park, 1800 Sierra Gardens Dr, Roseville 95661
Located off of Douglas Blvd and Sierra Gardens Drive, this dog park includes open turf area, fire hydrants, trees and a water fountain.

Roseville: Hughes Park Dog Park, 2796 McCloud Wy, Roseville, CA 95747
Located off of Blue Oaks Blvd and Diamond Creek Blvd., Hughes Park features extensive walking trails, a lighted soccer field, lighted tennis and basketball courts, a fenced off-leash dog park, picnic areas, play areas, swings and creekside open space area.

Sacramento: Off-Leash Dog Parks
All dog parks are fenced, with a double-gate system for safety, and include benches, shade areas, and drinking fountains for dogs. Dog parks include: Glenbrook Dog Park, 8500 La Riviera Drive; Granite Park Dog Park, 8200 Ramona Avenue; Jacinto Creek Park Dog Park, 8600 West Stockton Blvd.; Lynn Robie Dog Park, 7895 Freeport Blvd.; North Natomas Regional Park Dog Park, 2501 New Market Drive; Partner Park, 5699 South Land Park Drive; Regency Community Park Dog Park, 5500 Honor Pkwy, North Natomas; Sutters Landing Park Dog Park, 20 28th Street; Tanzanite Community Park Dog Park, 2220 Tanzanite Way; University Avenue Dog Park, 1900 University Avenue; and Valley Oak Dog Park, 2780 Mabry Drive.

San Anselmo: Red Hill Dog Park, 100 Shaw Drive, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Red Hill Dog Park is a one-acre completely fenced in dog park managed and maintained by volunteers.

San Bruno: Commodore Park & Dog Exercise Area
Commodore Park is located at the cross streets of Commodore and Cherry Avenues. A fully enclosed dog exercise area is located at the eastern end of the park.

San Carlos: Dog Parks
Dog parks in San Carlos include: Heather Dog Exercise Area, located at 2700 Melendy Drive, adjacent to Heather School, west of the school parking lot; and City Hall Dog Park, located at 1401 San Carlos Avenue.

San Carlos: Pulgas Ridge Open Preserve
The off-leash area is 17.5 acres in the center of the preserve. It is accessible via the Blue Oak Trail or the Cordilleras Trail. Dogs must be kept on-leash to and from the off-leash area.

San Diego: Approved Leash Free Locations
Leash free areas in San Diego include: Balboa Park, at Nate's Point - Balboa Drive at El Prado, south side of Cabrillo Bridge, and Morley Field northwest of tennis courts; Cadman Community Park, located at 4280 Avati Drive in Clairemont; Capehart Park, located at the corner of Felspar Street and Soledad Mountain Road in Pacific Beach; Charles L Lewis III Memorial Park, located at 4750 Home Ave. in City Heights; Dog Beach, located in Ocean Beach; Doyle Community Park, located at 8175 Regents Road in University City; Dusty Rhodes Neighborhood Park, located on Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, between Nimitz and West Point Loma, in Ocean Beach; Fiesta Island, located in Mission Bay Park; Grape Street Park, located at Grape and 28th streets in South Park; Kearny Mesa Community Park, located at 3170 Armstrong St. in Kearny Mesa; Maddox Neighborhood Park, located at 7815 Flanders St. in Mira Mesa; Nobel Park, located at 8820 Judicial Drive in University City; Rancho Bernardo Park, located at 18448 West Bernardo Drive; Rancho Peñasquitos Park, located on Salmon River Road at Fairgrove Lane; Torrey Highlands Park, located on Lansdale Drive off Del Mar Heights Road; and Ward Canyon Neighborhood Park, located at 3905 Adams Ave. in Normal Heights.

San Diego: Nate's Point Dog Park
Nate's Point Dog Park is located on Balboa Park’s West Mesa, south of El Prado/Laurel Street and east of Balboa Drive. It is approximately 2.3 acres and completely fenced with amenities that include a drinking fountain and picnic tables.

San Diego: Rancho Bernardo Off Leash Dog Park, 18448 West Bernardo Drive, San Diego, CA 92127
Located at the southern most end of the Rancho Bernardo Community Park, the Off Leash Dog Park is a 2.66 acre off leash area divided into three pens.

San Francisco: Dog Play Areas (DPAs)/Off-Leash Areas
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission has designated specific park areas throughout the city as off-leash dog areas for you and your pet. These dog play areas include: Alamo Square, Hayes & Steiner; Alta Plaza, Jackson & Steiner; Bernal Heights, Bernal Heights Blvd.; Buena Vista, Buena Vista & Haight St.; Corona Heights, Roosevelt & Museum Way; Crocker Amazon, Moscow & Geneva; Upper Douglass, 26th & Douglass St.; Duboce Park, Duboce & Scott St.; Eureka Valley, 100 Collingwood St.; GGP Area 1, Martin Luther King Jr Dr & Bowling Green Dr.; GGP Area 2, Fulton St & Stanyan St.; GGP Area 3, Martin Luther King Jr Dr & Sunset Blvd.; GGP Dog Training Area, off 36th Ave in Golden Gate Park; Head and Brotherhood, Head St & Brotherhood Way; Jefferson Square, Eddy & Gough; Lafayette Park, Washington & Laguna St.; Lake Merced, Lake Merced Blvd & Middlefield Dr.; McKinley Square, 20th St & Vermont; McLaren Amphitheatre, John F Shelley Dr & Cambridge St.; McLaren Park Geneva, Geneva & Brookdale; Mission Dolores North, 19th & Dolores St.; Mission Dolores South, 19th & Dolores St.; Mountain Lake Park, 1 Funston Ave.; Pine Lake Park, Sloat Blvd & Vale St.; Potreo Hill Rec Center, 801 Arkansas St.; SOMA West, Central Fwy; St. Mary's, Murray & Justin Dr.; Stern Grove, 19th Ave & Sloat Blvd.; Upper Noe, Day & Sanchez St.; Walter Haas, Addison & Farnum; West Portal, Ulloa & Lenox St.; and Moscone Playground, 1800 Chestnut St.

San Francisco: Golden Gate Park Dog Runs
Golden Gate Park has three off-leash dog areas: In the Southeast there is a section of land bordered by Lincoln Way, Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, as well as 5th and 7th avenues; in the Northeast there is an area tucked away off Stanyan Street, between Hayes and Fulton streets; and in the Western Region there is a section bordered by MLK Jr. and Middle drives, and 34th and 38th avenues.

San Francisco: Duboce Park Dog Play Area
Located at Steiner and Duboce streets, Duboce Park features both an off-leash dogs area and on-leash dog areas

San Franciso: Moscone Playground and Dog Play Area
Located at the Moscone Recreation Center, 1800 Chestnut St. b/t Webster St & Buchanan St.

San Francisco: Fort Funston
Fort Funston is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) and is operated under the authority of the National Park Service. Excluding 12-acre closure and Coastal Trail north of Horse Trail intersection due to erosion, dogs are allowed off-leash in Fort Funston.

San Francisco: Mountain Lake Park Dog Play Area
The park is located at the southern edge of the Presidio at Lake Street and Funston in the Inner Richmond district. The east end of the park (enter at 8th Avenue) is an off-leash dog play area.

San Francisco area: Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) provides trails, beaches, and open spaces for dogs -- and their owners! GGNRA is the only park in the National Park Service to designate any areas for off-leash dog use.

San Jose: Dog Parks
There are 9 dog park locations all over the city of San José. Features include dog height water fountains, separate smaller and larger park areas, paved and landscaped areas (varies by park). Dog park locations include: Jeffery Fontana Park, Golden Oak Way & McAbee Rd.; Butcher Dog Park, 3950 Camden Ave.; Delmas Dog Park, 400 Park Ave.; Olinder Dog Park, 848 E William St.; Ryland Dog Park, N San Pedro St & Ryland St.; Watson Dog Park, Watson Park, 1099 Houghton Ct.; Miyuki Dog Park, Miyuki Drive off Santa Teresa Blvd.; Raleigh Linear Dog Park, in Raleigh Linear Park at the end of Raleigh Road south west of Charlotte Road; and Saratoga Creek Park, Hoyet and Cordelia.

San Leandro: San Leandro Dog Park, 14001 Monarch Bay Drive, San Leandro, CA
Located at the south end of Marina Park, the San Leandro Dog Park has 58,000 square feet of open space; amenities include separated small and large dog areas. The Dog Park has shade structures with picnic benches, water faucets, benches and garbage cans.

San Luis Obispo County: Dog Parks
San Luis Obispo County Parks & Recreation has established Dog Parks throughout the County. SLO County Dog Park Locations: Heilmann Dog Park, 9445 El Bordo Ave, Atascadero; Vineyard Dog Park, 1010 Semillon Lane, Templeton; El Chorro Dog Park, Dairy Creek Rd, San Luis Obispo; Nipomo Dog Park, 255 Pomeroy Road, Nipomo; and Norma Rose Dog Park, Ocean Blvd. and Studio Drive, Cayucos.

San Mateo: Dog Parks & Off-Leash Areas
San Mateo has established off-leash play areas throughout the city: Bayside-Joinville Park (fenced area); Beresford Park (Chanteloup Field only); Central Park (Fitzgerald Field only); Laurie Meadows Park (fenced off-leash area); Los Prados Park (fenced area); and Seal Point Park (fenced areas).

San Rafael: Field of Dogs, 794 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903
Located just across the street from the Civic Center in San Rafael, Field of Dogs is a park that consists of a large fenced in area with a smaller enclosure inside the main park for smaller dogs to play in if they are not comfortable with larger dogs. Water bowls are provided for the dogs as well as hoses to fill the bowls and to clean your dog off on those dirt filled days.

San Ramon: Del Mar Dog Park
Del Mar Dog Park is located on Del Mar Dr. at Pine Valley Rd.

Santa Barbara: Off Leash Dog Areas
Off-leash areas include: Arroyo Burro Beach Park, 2981 Cliff Drive; Tucker's Grove Park - fenced off-leash area at Kiwanis Meadow, at intersection of Turnpike and Cathedral Oaks Roads.; Sea Lookout Park in Isla Vista, located at Del Playa Drive at Camino del Sur Toro; Tabano Hollow Neighborhood Open Space; Patterson Neighborhood Open Space, located at University Drive and Calle Aparejo; W.O.O.F Pac Park at Waller Park, located in the flagship Waller Park in Santa Maria; and Orcutt Community Park, located at this regional park in the Rice Ranch section of Orcutt.

Santa Clara County: Dog Parks
Santa Clara County has three off-leash dog parks: Los Gatos Creek County Park, located off of Dell Avenue in Campbell; Ed R. Levin County Park, located off of Calaveras Road in Milpitas; and Hellyer County Park, located off of Hwy 101 at the Hellyer Avenue exit on the north side of Hellyer County Park in San Jose.

Santa Cruz: Dog Off Leash Areas
Dog off-leash area are located at: Branciforte Dog Park, 200 N. Branciforte Drive; DeLaveaga Park; Frederick Street Park, 168 Frederick Street (Frederick at Broadway); Grant Street Park, 180 Grant Street; Mimi De Marta Dog Park, 130 Broadway; Mitchell’s Cove Beach, near West Cliff Drive and Almar Avenue; Pacheco Dog Park, Pacheco Avenue and Prospect Heights; Ocean View Park, 102 Ocean View Avenue; and University Terrace Park, second entrance at Nobel Drive and Meder Street.

Santa Monica: Off Leash Dog Parks
Dog parks in Santa Monica include: Airport Park Dog Park, 3201 Airport Ave.; Herb Katz Dog Park at Joslyn Park, 633 Kensington Rd.; Memorial Park Dog Run, 1401 Olympic Blvd.; and Pacific Street Dog Park, Pacific & Main Street.

Sausalito: Sausalito Dog Park, 100 Ebbtide Ave., Sausalito, CA 94966
The Sausalito Dog Park has double gates at both entrances for safety, water bowls, benches, shade trees and even a separate area for small dogs. The park is maintained, supported, and loved by volunteers and the local community.

Scotts Valley: Skypark Dog Park, 361 Kings Village Rd, Scotts Valley, CA 95066
The dog park has a small dog enclosure and a large dog enclosure.

Seal Beach: Arbor Dog Park
Located in Seal Beach off Lampson between Valley View and Los Alamitos Blvd, Arbor Dog Park is a two and a half acre grass park with several large shade trees. Park facilities include drinking fountains for both 2 and 4 legged animals and covered trash cans inside the park.

Sierra Madre: Dog Park, Sierra Vista Park, 611 E. Sierra Madre Blvd., Sierra Madre, CA 91024
The dog park is located on the west side of Sierra Vista Park.

Simi Valley: Simi Dog Park, 2151 Lost Canyons Dr., Simi Valley, CA 93065
The Simi Dog Park has a large dog area, a small dog area, water, parking and picnic tables.

Templeton: Vineyard Dog Park, 1010 Semillon Lane, Templeton, CA 93465
The fenced off-leash dog park is located on the west side of Templeton in north San Luis Obispo County. The park is about 1 acre in size and is cross-fenced for separate “big dog” and “small dog” play areas. Park visitors pay $1 day use fee or an annual membership of $25.

Thousand Oaks: Conejo Creek Dog Park, 1350 Avenida De Las Flores, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
The dog park covers 3.5 acres, approximately 2 acres for the large dog area and 1.5 acres for the small dog area. There are three double-gated entries - two for the large dog area and one for the small dog area.

Union City: Drigon Dog Park, 34666 7th Street @ Mission Blvd., Union City, CA
Drigon Dog Park has a small dog area designed for dogs weighing 29 lbs or less and a large dog area designed for dogs weighing 30 lbs or more.

Upland: Baldy View Dog Park, 11th Street between Mountain Avenue and San Antonio Avenue, Upland, CA
Baldy View Dog Park has a smaller fenced in area to accommodate small or timid dogs.

Vallejo: Wardlaw Dog Park, 1805 Ascot Parkway, Vallejo, CA
Wardlaw Dog Park includes two separately fenced areas: a small one for elderly and shy dogs, and a much larger fenced area for active dogs.

Venice: Westminster Dog Park, 1234 Pacific Avenue Venice, CA 90291
The dog park has a small dog area that is 50 ft X 25 ft.

Ventura: Arroyo Verde Park
There is a non-gated off-leash dog park area at Arroyo Verde Park at the corner of Foothill and Day Roads in Ventura. It is available for off-leash use at specified times. Hours are Tuesday – Sunday from 6 – 9 AM excluding holidays and days reserved for special events.

Ventura: Camino Real Park
There's a fenced in dog park at Camino Real Park at Dean Drive and Varsity Street in Ventura. Open every day from dawn to dusk. Located in the southwest corner of the park.

Visalia: Plaza Park Bark Park
The dog park is located at Plaza Drive and Airport Road, Visalia, CA.

Walnut Creek: Walnut Creek Dog Park, Heather Farm Park
Located at the north end of Heather Farm Park is a one-acre off-leash dog area fenced with segregated areas for small/senior dogs and large dogs. Parking and restrooms are available nearby, and the park is fully accessible to the disabled.

Watsonville: Franich Dog Park, 795 Vista Montana Dr., Watsonville, CA 95076
The dog park has a small dog section, an all dog section, excellent fences and push bar style gates, benches, water fountains just for dogs, waste bags and trash cans provided.


Arvada: West Arvada Dog Park, 17975 W. 64th Parkway, Arvada, CO
A special use park comprising over 10 acres of land, the West Arvada Dog Park includes two separately fenced small and shy dog areas.

Aurora: Grandview Dog Park, 17500 E. Quincy Ave., Grandview, CO
Located next to Quincy Reservoir, the Grandview Dog Park offers drinking water for dogs (seasonally), a separate small dog area, bag stations and trash collection cans, and entry and exit gates.

Aurora: Cherry Creek State Park Dog Off-Leash Area
A valid Dog Off-Leash Pass is required for the use of the area.

Boulder: Dog Parks
Dog park locations in Boulder include: East Boulder Dog Park, 5660 Sioux Drive; Foothills Dog Park, 800 Cherry Ave.; Howard Heuston Off-Leash Dog Area, 3200 34th Street,; and Valmont Dog Park, 5275 Valmont Rd.

Brighton: Happy Trails Dog Park, 1111 Judicial Center Drive, Brighton CO 80601
This Dog Off Leash Park is monitored by Brighton Animal Control and is open from sunrise to sunset seven days a week.

Broomfield: Broomfield County Commons Park Dog Park, 13200 Sheridan Blvd., Broomfield, CO 80020
The dog park includes drinking water for dogs and agility/obstacle features.

Buena Vista: River Park Dog Park
There is a 1 acre fenced off-leash area for big dogs, and a quarter-acre fenced off-leash area for small dogs. Both located on East Main Street across from the Community Center. It offers great mountain views and steps from the Arkansas River.

Castle Rock: Fairgrounds Regional Park, 500 Fairgrounds Drive, Castle Rock, CO
The dog off-leash area is in the easternmost point of Fairgrounds Regional Park. Dogs in other sections of the park must be leashed.

Castle Rock: Glendale Farm Open Space - Dog Off-Leash Area, 12300 S Havana St, Castle Rock, CO 80108
Glendale Farm Open Space has a 17-acre dog off-leash park. It is adjacent to 1.6 miles of Glendale Trail, where dogs are required to be on a leash to protect the sensitive habitat of the area.

Colorado Springs: Dog Parks & Dog Runs
Fenced areas where dogs are allowed off-leash include: Cheyenne Meadows Park (south portion) - Native grass area off Charmwood Dr. and Canoe Creek Dr.; Palmer Park - Old baseball field, .3 miles from Maizeland entrance; and Rampart Park - Just east of the baseball diamond.
Large, un-fenced areas where dogs are allowed off-leash include: Garden of the Gods Park - Area east of Rock Ledge Ranch & south of Gateway Rd.; Red Rock Canyon Open Space - Designated Dog Loop trail areas south of main parking lot; and Palmer Park - Yucca Flats.

Denver: Dog Parks
Denver has twelve dog parks: Barnum Dog Park, N. Julian St. between W. 4th Ave and W. 5th Ave.; Berkeley Dog Park, Sheridan & West 46th; Kennedy Dog Park, Hampden & South Dayton; Fuller Dog Park, Franklin & East 29th, Green Valley Ranch East Dog Park, Jebel & East 45th; Railyard Dog Park, 19th Avenue & Little Raven Street; Lowry Dog Park, East 4th Place & South Yosemite Way; Greenway Dog Park, E 22nd Ave & Syracuse Street; Parkfield Dog Park, 53rd Avenue & Chambers Road; Little Box Car, Broadway & Lawrence St.; and Carla Madison Dog Park, 2405 E Colfax Ave.

Douglas County: Dog Off-Leash Parks
Douglas County has several designated off-leash areas that are fenced in: Devon’s Dog Park at Greenland Open Space, 1532 Noe Road, Larkspur; Bayou Gulch Regional Park, Bayou Gulch Road and Fox Sparrow Road in Parker; Fairgrounds Regional Park, 500 Fairgrounds Drive, Castle Rock; Glendale Farm Open Space Trail, 12300 S. Havana Street, Castle Rock; Hound Hill at Highland Heritage Park, Highlands Ranch; Digger’s at Dad Clark Park, Highlands Ranch; Fido’s Field at Foothills Park, Highlands Ranch; Rover’s Run at Redstone Park, Highlands Ranch; David A. Lorenz Regional Park, 8422 S. Colorado Blvd., Centennial; and Chatfield State Park, 11500 N Roxborough Park Rd, Littleton.

Durango: Off-Leash (Dog) Area
The Durango Dog Park is a 5-acre off-leash area which offers river access to the Animas River where dogs can play in the water. Pedestrian access to the site is on the south side of Highway 160, 0.1 miles west of the intersection of Highway 160 and 550. No on-site parking is available.

Englewood: Canine Corral and Parks With Off-Leash Areas
There are five designated parks in Englewood where dogs are allowed to be off-leash: Englewood Canine Corral, 4848 S. Windermere on the west side of Belleview Park; Centennial Park, 4630 S. Decatur; Duncan Park, 4880 S. Pennsylvania; Jason Park, 4299 S. Jason; and Northwest Greenbelt, Zuni to Pecos along Harvard Gulch near Vassar Avenue.

Fort Collins: Dog Parks
Currently, the Fort Collins Parks Division maintains 4 dog parks, located at the following parks: Soft Gold Park, Spring Canyon Park, Fossil Creek Park and Twin Silo Park. Spring Canyon Dog Park is located at the west end of Horsetooth Road, in the undeveloped Spring Canyon Community Park along Spring Creek. Soft Gold Dog Park is located at Soft Gold Neighborhood Park at 520 Hickory Street. Fossil Creek Dog Park is located at 5821 South Lemay Avenue at the entrance to Fossil Creek Community Park. Twin Silo Dog Park is located at 5480 Ziegler Road on the east side of Twin Silo Community Park off of Lady Moon Drive.

Grand Junction: Canyon View Dog Park, Canyon View Park, 726 24 Rd, Grand Junction, CO 81505
The Canyon View Dog Park is located at the north end of Canyon View Park, north of the softball field complex and across the driveway. There are two separate areas for small/senior and large/active dogs. The west area is for those small, senior, or shy dogs. The east point is for more active and larger dogs.

Greeley: Rover Run Dog Park
The dog park has benches, a portable restroom and receptacles for waste bags. Be sure to bring water for your dog. The dog park is open during daylight hours only.

Highlands Ranch: Dog Parks
The Highlands Ranch Metro District offers four dog parks with water available on site during irrigation season: Hound Hill at Highland Heritage Park, 9651 S. Quebec St.; Digger’s at Dad Clark Park, 3385 Astorbrook Circle; Fido’s Field at Foothills Park, 1042 Riddlewood Rd.; and Rover’s Run at Redstone Park, 3280 Redstone Park Circle.

Lafayette: Great Bark Dog Park, 597 N. 119th St., Lafayette, CO 80026
Great Bark Dog Park is the only public park where dogs are allowed to run off-leash. Amenities at the dog park include a 1/3 mile looping trail, covered benches, restrooms, a small/timid dog area, and logs for dogs to jump on and over.

Larkspur: Devon's Dog Park, Greenland Open Space, 1532 Noe Road, Larkspur, CO
Devon’s Dog Park is located on the east side of the Greenland Open Space trailhead. Devon’s Dog Park is open one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset.

Littleton: Chatfield State Park Dog Off-Leash Area
The Dog Off-Leash Area provides 69 acres of open space for dogs to exercise, including two ponds and miles of paved and unpaved walking trails. A valid Dog Off-Leash Pass is required for the use of the area.

Longmont: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Longmont include: Dog Park #1, 1505 21st Avenue; Dog Park #2 - Airport & St Vrain Roads; Union Reservoir, 461 County Road 26, Stephen Day Park, 1340 Deerwood Drive; Rough & Ready Park, 301 E 21st Ave.; and Blue Skies Park, 1520 Mountain Drive.

Louisville: Dog Off-Leash Areas
Louisville has two off-leash dog parks: Community Park Dog Park, located in the southeast corner at 955 Bella Vista Drive; and Davidson Mesa Open Space Dog Off-leash area, north side at McCaslin Boulevard and Washington Avenue.

Parker: Bayou Gulch Regional Park Off-Leash Dog Park, 4815 Fox Sparrow Road, Parker, CO
Bayou Gulch Regional Park provides an off-leash area on the east side of Fox Sparrow Road. The dog park area is adjacent to 2.5 miles of soft surface trails that require dogs to be on-leash.

Westminster: Dog Parks
Westminster has three dog parks: Little Dry Creek, located at 69th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard; Big Dry Creek, located at 128th Avenue between Federal Parkway and Huron Street; and Westminster Hills, located at 105th Avenue and Simms Street.

Wheat Ridge: Wheat Ridge Off-Leash Dog Park, Fruitdale Park, 4700 Miller St., Wheat Ridge, CO
The Dog Park is approximately 2 acres in size and situated in the northeast area of Fruitdale Park. It is surrounded by a 6 ft. fence with a divider fence that separates a large dog area from a small dog area.

Windsor: Dog Parks
Windsor offers two off-leash dog parks: Poudre Pooch Park, located on the west side of Eastman Park; and Windsor Lake Dog Park, located on the north side of Windsor Lake accessible from the Windsor Lake Trail.


Bristol: B.A.R.K Park in Rockwell Park
Located in Rockwell Park in Bristol, B.A.R.K. Park is a fenced, wooded area for dogs of all sizes to romp and play. There is a separate area for small dogs, but they're also welcome in the large dog area.

Granby: D.O.G.G.S. Park
The Granby D.O.G.G.S. Park is located within Salmon Brook Park on Routes 10 & 202.

Hamden: Hamden Dog Park at Bassett Park
Hamden Dog Park at Bassett Park is located at the corner of Ridge Rd. & Waite St. Around the park are benches and picnic tables for humans to sit and some dog bowls, a separate area for small pets, trails, and trees for shade.

Norwich: Estelle Cohn Memorial Dog Park, 261 Asylum Street, Norwich CT 06360
Estelle Cohn Memorial Dog Park has 2 play areas, drinking water and wading pools.

Ridgefield: Bark Park, 58 Prospect Ridge Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877
Located on Prospect Ridge behind Scalzo Field in Ridgefield, the dog park includes separate areas for small dogs and all dogs.

Rocky Hill: Rocky Hill Dog Park, 376 Elm St (Rt 160), Rocky Hill, CT
Located within Elm Ridge Park on a hilly, woody area, the dog park has separate large and small dog areas. Dogs must display a valid license and up-to-date rabies vaccination tag.

Rowayton: Rowayton Dog Park, Highland Ave. and McKinley St., Rowayton, CT 06853
The dog run features a little shade with a row of trees on two of its borders, and there is a gravel-lined watering area with self-filling bowls exclusively for dogs.

Wethersfield: Wethersfield Dog Park, Mill Woods Park, 154 Prospect Street, Wethersfield, CT 06109
The Wethersfield Dog Park has a separate area for small or timid dogs and is open every day from sunrise to sunset.

Westport: WInslow Park, Post Road East and Compo Road North, Westport, CT 06880
There is an off-leash area for dogs at the north end of Winslow Park in the area delineated by the fence. No dogs at Winslow Park at the south end of the park (between Post Road East and the path West of the parking lot, and between Powers Court and Compo Road North.)


Dover: Tidbury Creek County Park Dog Park, 2233 South State Street Dover, DE 19901
Tidbury Creek County Park offers picnic tables, grills, playground and a park dedicated to dogs. Explore the half-mile walking trail around the pond for dogs on leashes, hoses for water bowls and two fenced areas for dogs large and small to run and play unleashed.

Wilmington: Wilmington State Parks
Three areas within Wilmington State Parks are managed as "off leash" areas for dogs. Two are located in Brandywine Park and one in Rockford Park. Dogs must be on a leash until reaching the boundaries of the off-leash area.

Wilmington: Talley-Day Bark Park, 1300 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, Delaware 19803
Talley-Day Bark Park is located at 1300 Foulk Rd. behind the Brandywine Hundred Library. The park includes a small, gated entrance cage with water fountains for people and dogs, and two large fenced areas for the dogs to run free.


District of Columbia: Dog Parks
Dog parks in the District of Columbia include: S Street Dog Park, S Street at 17th Street, NW and New Hamsphire Avenue, NW; Shaw Dog Park, 11th Street and Rhode Island Avenue, NW; Walter Pierce Dog Park, 20th Street and Calvert Street, NW; Kingsman Dog Park, 14th Street and Tennessee Avenue, NE; Newark Street Dog Park, 39th and Newark Street, NW; Upshur Dog Park, 4300 Arkansas Avenue, NW; Chevy Chase Dog Park, 41st & Livingston St, NW; Gage-Eckington Dog Park, 286 V St, NW; Langdon Dog Park, 2901 20th St, NE; Guy Mason Dog Park, 3600 Calvert Street, NW; Francis Dog Park, 25th & M Sts., NW; and Lansburgh Dog Park, M St. & Delaware Ave., SW.

Walter Pierce Park Dog Park, 2630 Adams Mill Rd., Washington, DC 20009
Located in Adams Morgan, Walter Pierce Park contains D.C.'s first fenced in dog exercise area.


Apollo Beach: Apollo Beach Dog Park, 664 Golf and Sea Blvd., Apollo Beach, FL 33572
The dog park has two separate access areas for small and large dogs, water fountains for people and dogs, picnic tables, and dog washes.

Apopka: Doctors' Dog Park, 21 North Highland Avenue, Apopka, FL 32703
Located off of Highland Avenue behind Edward's Field, Doctors' Dog Park features water fountains, a pet shower, and benches.

Aventura: Waterways Dog Park, 3401 NE 213 St., Aventura, FL 33180
Waterways Dog Park is a waterfront park featuring open space, two comfort stations with doggie water fountains, doggie showers and a shaded patio with benches. Access requires a valid Aventura resident ID card.

Boca Raton: Boca Raton Dog Park, 751 Banyan Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33431
Boca Raton Dog Park contains one area for dogs over 50 pounds, one area for dogs from 20 to 50 pounds, and one area for dogs under 20 pounds.

Broward County: Dog Parks and Dog-Friendly Parks
Dog parks in Broward County include: Bark Park at Snyder Park (City of Fort Lauderdale), 3299 S.W. Fourth Ave., Fort Lauderdale; Barkham at Markham Park (Broward County Parks), 16001 W. State Rd. 84, Sunrise; Dog Beach at Hollywood Beach (City of Hollywood), between Pershing St. and Custer St., Hollywood; Dog Park at Emerald Hills Park (City of Hollywood), 3901 N. 30th Terrace, Hollywood; Dog Park at John Williams Park (City of Hollywood), 6101 Sheridan St., Hollywood; Dog Park at Oakridge Park (City of Hollywood), 5200 S.W. 35th Ave., Hollywood; Dog Park at Poinciana Park (City of Hollywood), 1301 S. 21st Ave., Hollywood; Dr. Steven G. Paul Dog Park (City of Coral Springs), 2575 Sportsplex Dr., Coral Springs; Gary B. Jones Park for People and Pups (City of Tamarac), 8101 Southgate Blvd., Tamarac; Happy Tails Dog Park (City of Plantation), 6500 S.W. 16th St., Plantation; Joseph Scavo Park (City of Hallandale Beach), 900 Three Islands Blvd., Hallandale Beach; Oakland Bark Park (City of Oakland Park), 971 N.W. 38th St., Oakland Park; Precious Paws Dog Park at Patrick J. Meli Park (City of Dania Beach), 2901 S.W. 52nd St., Dania Beach; Windmill Park (City of Coconut Creek), 700 Lyons Rd., Coconut Creek; and Woodville Dog Park (City of North Lauderdale), 1500 S.W. 83rd Ave., North Lauderdale.

Cape Coral: Wagging Tails Dog Park, 5505 Rose Garden Road, Cape Coral, FL 33914
Cape Coral's only dog park is located in Rotary Park and includes an area for small and large dogs. Registration is required to use the dog park.

Charlotte County: Dog Parks
Charlotte County dog parks offer over one acre of fenced-in land with water stations, bag stations and trash cans and small fenced-in area as an alternate for small dogs. The following dog parks were created as a place for people to enjoy their dogs, off-leash: Edgewater Paw Park, 22410 Glass Lane, Charlotte Harbor; and Ann Dever Regional Paw Park, 6791 San Casa Drive, Englewood.

Clearwater: Enterprise Dog Park, 2671 Enterprise Rd., Clearwater, FL 33761
Enterprise Dog Park offers two fenced areas: an acre-plus agility course with exercise equipment on the northeast corner of the property; and a larger enclosure with an 8-foot-wide, wheelchair-accessible trail. Both enclosures have fountains, doggie bags and trash receptacles. A covered picnic area with two tables, a water fountain for dogs and one for people, and a hose for washing off dogs is near the lot.

Clearwater: Doggie Days Dog Park, Crest Lake Park, 201 Glenwood Ave. (at Lake Dr. and Gulf-to-Bay), Clearwater, FL
Doggie Days Dog Park is located in Crest Lake Park.

Cocoa Beach: Lori WIlson Dog Park, 1500 N. Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach, Fl 32931
The dog park is located in the southern portion of Lori Wilson Park.

Coral Springs: Dr. Paul's Pet Care Center Dog Park
Dr. Paul's Pet Care Center Dog Park is located in The Sportsplex at Coral Springs, just east of the Sawgrass Expressway between Sample Road and Royal Palm Blvd. The dog park is equipped with agility equipment, an open field, and water stations.

Dania Beach: Precious Paws Dog Park
The dog park's amenities include benches, large/small dog areas, lighting, covered seating, water and waste bags. You must obtain a permit prior to using the park as the gates are locked.

DeBary: Gemini Springs Dog Park, 37 Dirksen Drive, DeBary, FL
Gemini Springs Park has two sections, one for small dogs 25 pounds and under and another for large dogs over 25 pounds, and includes shaded areas, dog wash stations, water fountains for dogs, benches and picnic tables.

Destin: Nancy Weidenhamer Dog Park, 4100 Indian Bayou Trail, Destin, FL 32541
The dog park is approximately 3 acres and includes separate areas for large dogs and small dogs.

Dunedin: Happy Tails Dog Park, 3051 Garrison Road, Dunedin, FL
Happy Tails Dog Park is divided into two separate areas -- a two-acre area for large dogs and a half-acre area for small dogs. Each area is fenced and contains a dog drinking fountain, benches, doggie litter bags and picnic tables. The large dog area contains dog training and exercise equipment.

Flagler Beach: Wadsworth Dog Park, 2200 Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach, FL 32110
Located in Wadsworth Park, the 60,000 sq. ft. fenced dog park features separate sections for large and small dogs and benches for humans.

Fort Lauderdale: Bark Park at Snyder Park, 3299 SW 4th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
Two fenced acres with agility courses for dogs are available at Bark Park in Snyder Park.

Fort Myers: Barkingham Dog Park, Buckingham Community Park, 9800 Buckingham Road, Fort Myers, FL 33905
Barkingham Park features an off-lead area and primitive trails for on-lead walks. During the wet summer months, the off-lead area may have standing water.

Fort Myers: Woof-A-Hatchee Dog Park, Wa-Ke Hatchee Community Park, 16760 Bass Road, Fort Myers, FL 33908
The dog park is an off-leash, fenced area complete with a separate space for puppies or shy dogs, restrooms, watering stations and dog-waste disposal stations.

Gainesville: Dog Parks
The following parks in Gainesville offer off-leash fenced dog areas: Haisley Lynch Park, 450 S. Main Street; Northeast Park, 501 N.E. 16th Ave.; Possum Creek Park, 4009 N.W. 53rd Ave.; Smokey Bear Park, 2300 NE 15th Street; Squirrel Ridge Park, 603 S.W. Williston Road; Forest Park, 4501 S.W. 20th Ave.; Dog Wood Park at 5505 SW Archer Rd. (Fee required).

Hialeah: Amelia Earhart Bark Park, 401 E 65 Street, Hialeah, Miami, FL 33013
The five-acre Bark Park is completely fenced and offers a separate section for smaller dogs.

Hollywood: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Hollywood include: Dog Beach of Hollywood, located on Hollywood's North Beach between Pershing and Custer Streets; Poinciana Dog Park, 1301 South 21st Avenue; Emerald Hills Lakes Park, 3901 North 39th Street; John Williams Park, Sheridan Oak Forest, 6101 Sheridan Street; and Oakridge Park, 5200 Southwest 35th Avenue.

Homosassa: Citrus County Dog Park, 8950 Bluebird Springs Lane, Homosassa, FL 34448
Located in Bluebird Springs Park is a fenced in area for dogs to safely exercise.

Indian Rocks Beach: Indian Rocks Beach Dog Park
The Dog Park is located off of Gulf Boulevard between 9th Avenue & 10th Avenue in the Nature Preserve.

Islamorada: Founders Park Dog Park, MM 87 Bayside, Islamorada, FL
A huge public park in the center of Islamorada, Founders Park has a marina, boat ramps, beach, baseball fields, olympic pool, and a skate park. Located on the Bayside in Islamorada, this one-acre fenced park features benches and seating areas (for people!), doggy wash & watering station, and agility equipment.

Jacksonville: Dog Wood Park, 7407 Salisbury Rd. S., Jacksonville, FL 32256
Dog Wood Park, one of the country's largest completely fenced dog parks, offers two ponds, Lake Bow Wow for the big dogs and Lake Fifi for little ones, plus doggie sand piles, shady areas and tires for dogs to climb on. The park is open to members from sunrise until 10 pm. Visitors may enter the park between 10 am and 4 pm daily M-F and 10-6 on Saturdays and Sundays.

Jacksonville Beach: Paws Dog Park, 468 Penman Rd. South, Jacksonville Beach, FL
Paws Dog Park has a large-dog area, a small-dog area, watering bowls, and benches. Membership is required.

Jenson Beach: Walton Rocks Beach/Dog Park, 6700 South Ocean Drive, Jensen Beach, Florida 34957
This off-leash dog park was established on 24 acres of beach property so dogs can romp in the sand and surf. It's dog-friendly year round and dogs can be leashed or off-leash.

Key West: Higgs Beach Dog Park, 1000 Atlantic Blvd., Key West, FL 33040
The Dog Park has separate areas for small and large dogs. The “small dog park” at Monroe County’s Higgs Beach has been relocated into a fenced-off section of the “big dog” park.

Key West: Stock Island Marina Village Dog Park
Stock Island Marina Village is the only Key West marina to offer boaters and their furry first mate access to a beautiful, green dog park, just a few steps from the boat. With separate sides for use, the park is designed to accommodate both small and large dogs.

Lake County: Dog Parks
Lake County has three county-owned dog parks: North Lake Community Park, 40730 Roger Giles Road, Umatilla; Lake Idamere Park, 12335 County Road 448, Tavares; and Palatlakaha Environmental and Agricultural Reserve (PEAR) Park, 4800 University Ave., Leesburg.

Lee County: Dog Parks
There are six fenced-in dog parks which allow for off-leash play: Barkingham Dog Park, 9800 Buckingham Road, Fort Myers; K-9 Corral, 9200 Corkscrew Palms Blvd., Estero; Dog Beach, 8800 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers Beach; Paws 4 Duty, 55 Homestead Road South, Lehigh Acres; Pooch Park, 1297 Parkview Court, North Fort Myers; and Woof-A-Hatchee, 16760 Bass Road, Fort Myers.

Longboat Key: Bayfront Park Dog Park, 4052 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, FL
Located in Bayfront Park, the dog park offers separate large/small dog areas. Scattered trees offer shade with agility equipment for large dogs. Both areas have doggie watering stations and misting fire hydrants.

Lutz: Carolyn Meeker Dog Park, 122 1st Avenue SW, Lutz, FL 33548
The dog park has two separate access areas for small and large dogs.

Manatee County: Dog Parks
The following parks have large and small dog parks: Creekwood Park - Paw Patch Dog Park, 7025 44th Avenue East; Bradenton, FL 34205; Buffalo Creek Park - Dog Leg Canine Park, 7550 69th Street East, Palmetto, FL 34221; and G.T. Bray Park - Laurie Crawford Dog Park, 51st Street, Bradenton, FL 34209.

Marathon: Dog Park at Rotary Park
The area next to the Rotary Children’s Park (between 75th and 76th Streets Oceanside) is designated for off-leash dog play. There are separate areas for large and small dogs.

Miami Beach: Bark Parks
There are six designated Bark Parks and one Bark Beach within the City of Miami Beach: Flamingo Bark Park, 13th Street and Michigan Avenue; Pinetree Bark Park, 4400 Pinetree Drive; Washington Avenue Bark Park, 201 2nd Street; Belle Isle Park, Island Avenue on Belle Isle; North Shore Open Space Bark Park, Collins Avenue & 81st Street; South Pointe Park (Off-Leash) Bark Park, 1 Washington Avenue; and Bark Beach, between 80 & 81 Street Beach, east of the North Shore Open Space Park. All parks feature several amenities including, two double fenced in dog runs for large and small breeds, drinking fountains, benches, biodegradable doggie bag stations and trash receptacles.

Miami-Dade County: Dog Parks
Designated Dog Parks are usually located within a larger park and allow dogs to frolic and play and run free within a fenced-off area. They feature site furniture and equipment for dogs to play with and perform stunts. Miami-Dade Parks currently has four designated Dog Parks: Haulover Park, 10800 Collins Avenue, Miami; Amelia Earhart Park, 401 E 65 Street, Hialeah, Miami; East Greynolds Park, 17530 West Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach; and Tropical Park, 7900 SW 40th Street, Miami.

Naples: Naples Dog Park, 99 Riverside Circle, Naples, FL 34102
The Naples Dog Park consists of two sections: the south section allows large dogs to run freely on 1 acre of land, while the north section is composed of .35 acres and is dedicated to small dogs. All dogs entering the park must be registered and have a City of Naples Dog Tag placed on the collar.

New Port Richey: Meadows Dog Park
Meadows Dog Park is located at Larch Lane & Meadowbrook Lane. It has separate small and large dog areas.

North Fort Myers: Doggy Heaven Dog Park at The Shell Factory, 2787 North Tamiami Trail, North Fort Myers, FL 33903
The Shell Factory Dog Park know as Doggy Heaven, provides a great place for your four legged friends to spend the day. Admission is free and the Park is open all day.

Orange City: Waggin’ Trail Dog Park, 1201 South Leavitt Ave., Orange City, FL
Waggin’ Trail Dog Park has two separate fenced areas, one for small dogs and the other for large dogs.

Orange County FL: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Orange County FL include: West Orange Dog Park, 12400 Marshall Farms Road, Winter Garden; Downey Dog Park - 10107 Flowers Ave., Orlando; Meadow Woods Dog Park, 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle, Orlando; Barber Park Dog Park, 3701 Gatlin Ave., Orlando; Barnett Park Dog Park, 4801 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando; Dr. Phillips Dog Park, 8249 Buenavista Woods Blvd., Orlando; Yucatan Dog Park, 6400 Yucatan Dr., Orlando; and Summerport Dog Park, 14491 Bridgewater Crossings Blvd., Windermere.

Orlando: Park of the Americas Dog Park, 201 Andes Avenue, Orlando, FL 32807
Dog Park has separate areas for small and large dogs which allow them to play together and run free within fenced areas. Bag dispensers and waste baskets are provided to help guests pick up after their pooches. Dogs are permitted on-leash in the rest of the park.

Palm Beach County: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Palm Beach County include: Canine Cove, located at Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park, 1255 Glades Road, west of Boca Raton; Dog Park at Lake Ida, located at Lake Ida West Park, 1455 Lake Ida Road, Delray Beach; Lake Woof, located at John Prince Park, 2520 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth; and Pooch Pines, located at Okeeheelee Park, 7715 Forest Hill Boulevard, west of West Palm Beach.

Palmetto Bay: Perrine Wayside Park Dog Park, 16425 South Dixie Highway, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
Located on South Dixie Highway (U.S. 1) south of 164th Street, Perrine Wayside features separate areas for small and large dogs with an attractive gazebo, new park furniture, and a large lake where your pooch can take a cool dip.

Panama City Beach: Frank Brown Dog Park
Frank Brown Dog Park is a fenced in dog park located at the back left section of Frank Brown Park as you drive through. The dog park includes 2 fenced in off-leash dog playgrounds, one for the high energy larger dogs and one for the older, slower big dogs and smaller dogs.

Pembroke Pines: Craig Rupp K-9 Dog Park, 9751 Johnson St., Pembroke Pines, FL 33026
The dog park features two separate play areas according to the dog’s size, and various obstacles for dogs to go through.

Pinellas County: Dog Parks
Dog Parks are located at the following Pinellas County Parks: Fort De Soto Park, the only dog park where dogs are allowed on the beach in a designated area; A.L. Anderson Park, 39699 U.S. HWY. 19 N., Tarpon Springs; Boca Ciega Park, 12410 74th Ave. N. (Old Oakhurst Rd.), Seminole; Eagle Lake Park, 1800 Keene Road, Largo; Sand Key Park, 1060 Gulf Blvd., Clearwater; and Walsingham Park, 12615 102nd Ave. N., Largo.

Plantation: Happy Tails Dog Park at Seminole Park, 6500 SW 16th Street, Plantation, FL 33317
Located at Seminole Park in the City of Plantation, the dog park is home to the Plantation Canine Unit and features three distinct activity areas: a leash free run and fun area for large dogs, an exercise area ideal for agility training, and an area for smaller dogs (twenty-five pounds or less).

Ponte Vedra Beach: Paws Dog Park, 210 Davis Park Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 32082
Paws Dog Park offers two large fenced in areas with a pond and obstacles for dogs to play on.

Sanford: Paw Park, 427 S. French St., Sanford, FL 32771
The dog park has two fenced sections (small and large dogs), plenty of shade, and facilities to give your dog a drink of water,

Santa Rosa Beach: Alaqua Unleashed, 342 J D Miller Rd., Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
Located on J D Miller Road just off Highway 98, one block west of the 331 and 98 intersection, the dog park offers a little dogs area and a big dogs area.

Sarasota County: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Sarasota County include: 17th Street Park, 4570 17th St., Sarasota; Bayfront Park, 4052 Gulf of Mexico Dr., Longboat Key; Brohard Park, 1600 Harbor Drive South, Venice; South Brohard Beach Paw Park, 1900 Harbor Drive South, Venice; Lakeview Park, 7150 Lago St., Sarasota; and Woodmere Park Park, 3951 Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice.

Satellite Beach: E. Lorraine Gott Dog Park, 750 Jamaica Boulevard, Satellite Beach, FL 32937
The Satellite Beach dog park has a separate small dog area, dog wash station, picnic tables, and benches.

Sebastian: Sebastian Bark Park, 245 Keen Terrace, Sebastian, FL 32958
Located on Keen Terrace & South Wimbrow, Bark Park includes watering facilities, sally-port entries and a small and large dog section.

St. Petersburg: Dog Parks
Dog parks in St. Petersburg include: North Shore Dog Park - 7th Ave. & North Shore Dr. NE; Lake Vista Dog Park, 1401- 62nd Ave. S.; Walter Fuller Dog Park, 7901 - 30th Ave. N.; Crescent Lake Dog Park, 1320 - 5th St. N.; Coquina Key Dog Park, 3595 Locust St. SE; Kenwood Dog Park, 401 20 Street N.

St. Petersburg area: Fort De Soto Park "Paw Playground"
Fort De Soto has the only dog park where dogs are allowed on the beach in a designated area. There are also 2 fenced-in areas near the beach for large and small dogs with water stations (beach entrance is at the far southwest corner of dog park).

Stuart: Poppleton Creek Park Dog Park, 339 Central Creek Parkway, Stuart, FL
The dog park is fenced in for Large & Small Breeds.

Sunrise: Barkham at Markham Dog Park, 16001 W State Rd 84, Sunrise, FL 33326
The dog park is an approximately three-acre, fenced-in area, just west of the entrance to Markham Park. includes sections for both large and small dogs, and it was the first dog park in the county landscaped with Bermuda sod to provide a smooth, even, grassy playing surface.

Tallahassee: Tom Brown Park/Dog Area, 501 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32301
The dog park offers two fenced play areas (one for large dogs and one for small dogs). Additional amenities: picnic area, benches, poop bags, playgrounds, nature trails, shaded areas, parking, water, and trash receptacles.

Tampa: Dog Parks and Leash-Free Areas
There are 14 parks in the City of Tampa that have designated leash-free zones: Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park - 600 N. Ashley Drive; Giddens Park, 5202 N. 12th Street; Picnic Island Park (Beach), 7409 Picnic Island Blvd.; Davis Islands (Beach), 1002 Severn Street; James Urbanski Dog Park at Al Lopez Park, 4810 N. Himes Avenue; Rowlett Park, 2401 E. Yukon; Gadsden Park, 6901 S. MacDill Avenue; Palma Ceia Park, 2200 Marti Street; Washington Street Park, 118 N. 12th Street; Herman Massey Park, 915 N. Franklin Street; New Tampa Rotary Dog Park, 17301 Commerce Park Blvd.; Deputy John Kotfila, Jr. Memorial Dog Park, 626 N. Raymond Avenue; Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, 1001 N. Boulevard; and Queenie's Dog Park at Waterworks Park, 1710 N. Highland Avenue.

Tampa: Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, 1001 North Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606
Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park features two dog parks, one for large breed dogs and one for small breed dogs on the north end of the park.

Tampa: Al Lopez Park Dog Park, 4810 N. Himes Ave., Tampa, FL 33614
The dog park is located in Al Lopez Park.

Tampa: Logan Gate Dog Park, 7374 Monterey Blvd., Tampa, FL 33625
The dog park is split into two separate access areas for small and large dogs. In addition, there are water fountains for people and dogs, picnic tables, shelters, dog washes, a hitching post, and doggie mitt receptacles.

Venice: Paw Park and South Brohard Beach, 1600 Harbor Drive, Venice, FL
A fenced dog play yard leads to the only beach area in the county where dogs are allowed. Other amenities are picnic tables, benches, dog waste bags, showers, and drinking fountains for humans and dogs. Open daily, 7 a.m. - dusk. Within city limits but maintained by the county.

Vero Beach: Vero Beach Dog Park, 3481 Indian River Drive East, Vero Beach, FL 32963
The dog park is a 5-acre green space developed and maintained by community volunteers. It is free of charge for anyone to visit.

Wellington: Greenbriar Park Dog Park, 2975 Greenbriar Boulevard, Wellington, FL
The dog park is a large fenced in, off-leash area separated into sections for small, medium, and large breed dogs.

West Palm Beach: Canine Corner Dog Park, Dreher Park, West Palm Beach, FL
Canine Corner Dog Park offers fenced and separate sections for small and large dogs.

West Palm Beach: City Paws Dog Park at Howard Park, 1302 Parker Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
City Paws Dog Park has separate areas for small and large dogs, cooling stations, and benches/picnic tables.

West Palm Beach: Mary Brandon Dog Park, 700 Maddock Street, West Palm Beach, Fl 33405
Mary Brandon Dog Park separate fenced areas for small and large dogs, play tunnels, and cooling stations.

West Palm Beach: Pooch Pines Dog Park at Okeeheelee Park, 7715 Forest Hill Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL
Located at Okeeheelee Park Pooch Pines has 2 large dog sections (one open at a time on rotation basis for rest and maintenance) and 1 small dog section, paved dog wash station, and cooling stations with dog fountains.

West Palm Beach: Village Paws Dog Park, Saratoga Road at Saratoga Bay Drive, West Palm Beach, Fl 33409
Located across the street from the Saratoga Bay community, the dog park consists of three separate fenced-in areas to accommodate small and large dogs.

Winter Park: Lake Baldwin Park, 2000 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Lake Baldwin Park is a beautiful, shady park that covers 23.16 acres on Lake Baldwin. 11.5 acres including a long stretch of beach where dogs can go swimming are dedicated to dogs off-leash. Dogs are not allowed off-leash in the unfenced area.


Alpharetta: Waggy World Paw Park, 175 Roswell Street, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009
Waggy World Paw Park includes a small dog park limited to dogs weighing 25 pounds or less and a large dog park open to dogs of all sizes.

Athens-Clarke County: Dog Parks
Dog parks include: Memorial Park Dog Park, 293 Gran Ellen Drive (off Milledge), Athens; Sandy Creek Park Dog Park, 400 Holman Road, Athens; and Southeast Clarke Park Dog Park, 535 Whit Davis Rd., Athens.

Atlanta: Off-Leash Dog Parks
The City of Atlanta has three official Off-Leash Dog Parks at the following locations: Piedmont Park, 400 Park Dr NE; South Bend, 1955 Compton Dr. SE; and Renaissance Park Dog Park, 501 Piedmont Ave., NE.

Atlanta: Piedmont Park Dog Park, 400 Park Dr NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Located under the Park Drive bridge and adjacent to the Education Garden and Six Springs Wetlands, the dog park includes separate enclosures for large and small dogs.

Dacula: Rabbit Hill Park Dog Park, 400 Rabbit Hill Road, Dacula 30019
There is a dog park area located in Rabbit Hill Park.

Decatur: Dog Parks
Dog parks located in Decatur include: Adair Dog Park, in Adair Park, 716 W. Trinity Place; Glenlake Dog Park, in Glenlake Park, 1121 Church St.; and Oakhurst Dog Park, 450 East Lake Dr.

Dunwoody: Brook Run Dog Park
Nestled in the woods towards the back of Brook Run Park, the dog park is entirely fenced and features multiple entry points with double-gates for safety of the dogs and their humans.

Gainesville: Laurel Bark Park, 3100 Old Cleveland Highway, Gainesville, GA 30506
Laurel Bark Park features two fenced in 1 acre dog runs (one for small dogs & one for large dogs).

Hampton: North Mt. Carmel Bark Park, 307 North Mt. Carmel Road, Hampton, GA 30228
Located in N. Mt. Carmel Park the Bark Park has two fenced in areas where dogs can run off-leash. One fenced in area is for 25 pounds or smaller dogs and the other fenced in area is for 25 pounds or larger dogs.

Kennesaw: Frank Boone Dog Park, 3140 Old 41 Hwy NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144
Frank Boone Dog Park is a 1.4-acre off-leash area within Swift-Cantrell Park that’s surrounded by a 6-foot-tall perimeter fence for added safety. There are separate areas for small and large dogs, and the park features a watering station, receptacles for disposing plastic waste bags and a dog wash area.

Lawrenceville: Ronald Reagan Park Dog Park, 2777 Five Forks Trickum Road, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
There is a dog park area located in Ronald Reagan Park.

Macon: Macon Dog Park
The Macon Dog Park is located near Mercer University, one block north of Tatnall Square at the corner of Chestnut and Adams Streets.

McDonough: Alexander Park Bark Park, 300 Atlanta St, McDonough, GA 30253
The dog park has water fountains for dogs and an agility course.

Norcross: Graves Park Dog Park, 1540 Graves Road, Norcross, GA 30093
There is a dog park area located in Graves Park.

Peachtree City: Peachtree City Dog Park, 191 McIntosh Trail, Peachtree City, GA 30269
The Peachtree City Dog Park has a large dog area and a small/senior dog area.

Savannah: Daffin Park Dog Park, 1198 Washington Ave., Savannah, GA 31404
The Daffin Park Dog Park has a small dog and a large dog section.

Savannah: Mother Mathilda Beasley Dog Park, 500 E. Broad Street Savannah, GA 31401
There is a Dog Exercise Area & Dog Station located on the north end of Mother Mathilda Beasley Park.

Savannah: Herty Pines Dog Park, 1198 Washington Ave, Savannah, GA 31404
The entire site is about 2 acres and is located in Daffin Park at the corner of Washington Avenue and Bee Road.

Tybee Island: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks located at the intersection of Van Horne and Fort Streets, between the Police Station and River's End Campground and RV Park. The one immediately on Fort Street is for small dogs of 20 pounds or less. The larger park, accessible from Van Horn or Fort Street, is for larger dogs.


Honolulu: Off Leash Dog Parks
Dog parks in Honolulu include: Ala Wai Dog Park, near Ala Wai Elementary School; Bark Park, Diamond Head Rd. and 18th Avenue; Hawaii Kai Dog Park, Keahole Street at the makai end of the Hawaii Kai Park & Ride; Moanalua Dog Park, at Moanalua Community Park off Pu'uloa Road; and Mililani Dog Park, at Mililani Mauka District Park at Park & Ride, 95-1069 Ukuwai St.

Honolulu: Moanalua Dog Park
The Moanalua Dog Park is located next to the tennis and basketball courts in the Moanalua Community Park, situated between the Moanalua Freeway and Puuloa Road, off Mahiole Street.


Boise: Dogs Off-Leash Parks/Areas
The City of Boise offers 4 Dog Off-Leash Parks and designated foothills trails, and 9 Dog Off-Leash Areas (available for off-leash use seasonally or during designated hours) in developed multi-use parks with green grass, restrooms and irrigation): Esther Simplot Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 614 N Whitewater Park Blvd.; Military Reserve, 750 N Mountain Cove Rd.; Morris Hill Park, 10 N Roosevelt St.; Pine Grove Park. 8995 W Shoup St.; Sterling Site, 9851 W Irving St.; Ann Morrison Park (Winter Only), 1000 N Americana Blvd.; Castle Hills Park, 5350 N Eugene St.; Cypress Park, 4382 S Tableridge Way; Esther Simplot Park (Entire Park/Winter Only), 614 N Whitewater Park Blvd.; Manitou Park, 2001 S Manitou Ave.; Redwood Park, 2675 N Shamrock St.; Sunset Park, 2625 N 32nd St.; Williams Park (Pilot, 201 W Williams St.); Winstead Park, 6150 W Northview St.; and Optimist Youth Sports Complex (Winter Only), 9889 W Hill Rd Pkwy.

Boise: Military Reserve Off-Leash Dog Park
The Military Reserve Dog Off-Leash Park is located at at the entrance to the Military Reserve, at the corner or Reserve St. and Mountain Cove Road. There are also several controlled off-leash trails located in Military Reserve.

Boise: Morris Hill Park Dog Park
Located at the corner of Roosevelt Street and Alpine Street, near the Morris Hill Cemetery. Morris Hill Dog Park features mulch ground cover, a picnic shelter provided by the Idaho Humane Society, picnic tables, benches, trees, and a doggie drinking fountain (water is available from mid-April through mid-October).

Boise: Sterling Park Site, 9851 W Irving St., Boise, ID
The dog park is available for use every day from sunrise to sunset, and consists of mulch ground cover, trees, picnic tables, and shade structures. A mutt mitt dispenser and trash can are provided for picking up after your pet. There is no water, so please bring your own.

Dover: Balto Dog Park
Located at Dover Bay, Balto Dog Park features a boardwalk for diving dogs and a wash-down area with a solar-heated hose system. Conveniently located near Dover City Beach, public restrooms, Doggie Do waste stations and public parking.

Meridian: Storey Bark Park, 430 E. Watertower Lane, Meridian, ID 83642
Storey Bark Park is a 2.25 acre fully-fenced dog park features a safe leashing/unleashing area, separate large dog and small dog areas, shade shelters, a restroom building, people and doggy drinking fountains, agility playthings, paved walkways, a variety of ground surfaces, benches, mutt mitt stations, landscaping, paved parking area, dog-themed street signs, and more! Open daily from sunrise to sunset.

Nampa; Amity Dog Park, 2900 2nd Street South, Nampa, ID
Amity Dog Park is located on the intersection of 2nd Street South and East Amity Avenue near the Kings Road overpass. The six-acre park offers off-leash play areas for dogs of all sizes. Separate areas are available for large and small or older dogs. This fully-fenced park has expansive grassy areas, walking trails, drinking water (for dogs and humans), shade shelters, trees, benches, a swimming pond for dogs, and ample parking.


Aurora: Phillips Park Dog Park, 1000 Moses Dr., Aurora, IL 60505
Dogs have about three acres to roam in the gated facility at Phillips Park. Enter the dog park facility near the west recreational area parking lot north of Pleasant Place and Parker Avenue. A second entrance is located further down Mastodon Trail about 50 yards south of the corner of Gates Street and Ashland Avenue.

Blue Island: Bark Park, 2601 W. 119th Street, Blue Island, IL
The Blue Island Park District’s Bark Park features a double gated entry point, activity modules, a water source, a small dog area, benches for the parents, and complimentary litter bags.

Chicago: Dog Parks/Dog Friendly Areas
Dog friendly areas are designated sections within Chicago parks or beaches, where dogs are allowed to run and play off-leash, the only areas in the city where this is allowed. Until the creation of these areas, dogs were only allowed in the city’s parks on a leash. Many of these sites provide features such as doggie drinking fountains, separate areas for shy dogs, dog owner bulletin boards, trash receptacles and extra doggie bags.

Chicago: Noethling Playlot Park AKA "Wiggly Field," 2645 N. Sheffield Ave. Chicago IL 60614
Located in the Lincoln Park community, Noethling Playlot Park is a half acre dog-friendly area known to local residents as Wiggly Field.

Chicago: Grant Bark Park, Columbus Dr. & 11th St., Chicago, IL 60605
Grant Bark Park is located behind the Chicago Park District Maintenance building on Columbus Dr.

Chillicothe: Walnut Dog Park, Chilicothe Park, 100 Park Blvd., Chillicothe, IL
Walnut Dog Park includes waste stations, walking trail, special fencing and water station for your furry friends to enjoy a fun and safe day at the park.

Cook County: Forest Preserves of Cook County Off-Leash Dog Areas
There are three locations within the District’s holdings where dogs may be unleashed: Beck Lake, East River Rd & Central Rd., Des Plaines; Bremen Grove, Oak Park Ave, south of 159th St., Tinley Park; and Miller Meadow South, 1st Ave, south of Roosevelt Rd., Forest Park. Dog owners wishing to enter the Off-Leash Dog Areas must first purchase an annual membership. The annual membership includes one membership card and one key to enter any of the Forest Preserves’ Off-Leash Dog Areas.

Crystal Lake: Hound Town Dog Park, Lippold Park
Hound Town is a three-acre dog park located in the heart of the Lippold Park Sport Complex. The park is entirely fenced and is open year-round, dawn to dusk. A permit and fee are required to use the Dog Park.

DuPage County: Forest Preserve District of DuPage County Off-Leash Areas
Off-leash areas are located at six DuPage County forest preserves: Blackwell in Warrenville; East Branch in Glendale Heights; Greene Valley in Naperville; Hawk Hollow in Bartlett; Mayslake in Oak Brook; Oldfield Oaks in Darien; and Springbrook Prairie in Naperville. Owners must have their dogs’ valid off-leash permits in their possession.

Fox Valley: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Fox Valley include: Lincoln Park Dog Park, on the south side of Lincoln Park, at Russell and Lakewood on the west side of Aurora; Gregory Island Dog Park, on Indian Trail, just west of Route 25; and Stuart Sports Complex Dog Park, Route 30 and Griffin Drive, Montgomery.

Frankfort: Frankfort Bark Park
The Bark Park is located at Sauk Trail and 80th Ave. in Frankfort, IL. It is a members-only park; you must register your dog with the Frankfort Park District to receive an access card.

Highland Park: Off-Leash Dog Exercise Areas
The Park District of Highland Park offers three Off-Leash Dog Exercise Areas to registered dog park members: Debbie Gottlieb Beitler Dog Park at Larry Fink Memorial Park, 701 Deer Creek Parkway; Moraine Beach, 2501 Sheridan Road; and Highland Park Golf Learning Center, 2205 Skokie Valley Highway. Membership is required for admittance in the dog parks and beach.

Lake in the Hills: Lake in the Hills Bark Park, 9027 Haligus Road, Lake in the Hills, IL 60156
The Lake in the Hills Bark Park divided into three separate areas -- one area is exclusively for “Dog Adjustment” and initiating new dogs to the park, and the other two sections allow the Parks Division to rest one area while the other area is being used. Membership is required.

Lake County: Lake County Forest Preserves Off-Leash Dog Parks
There are four off-leash Dog Exercise Areas in Lake County Forest Preserves: Duck Farm Dog Park - Entrance is on Grand Avenue, east of Deep Lake Road in Lake Villa; Independence Grove Dog Park - Entrance is on Milwaukee Avenue (Route 21), north of Buckley Road (Route 137) in Libertyville; Lakewood Dog Parl - Entrance is on Fairfield Road, north of Route 176 in Wauconda; and rairie Wolf Dog Park- Entrance is on Waukegan Road (Route 43), north of Half Day Road (Route 22) in Lake Forest. An annual or daily permit and a dog are required for entry. Permits allow access to all four Dog Parks.

Lake Forest: Prairie Wolf Dog Park
This 44-acre area is fenced and features training enclosures, large fields, trails, toilets, water and a drinking fountain. Dogs can swim in a pond located through gates at the east end of the park. An annual or daily permit and a dog are required for entry.

Lake Villa: Duck Farm Dog Park
This 48-acre fenced area features open fields, grass trails, toilets, water and a drinking fountain. An annual or daily permit and a dog are required for entry.

Libertyville: Independence Grove Dog Park
This 30-acre fenced area features open fields, wooded areas, and a large pond for dogs to swim. An annual or daily permit and a dog are required for entry.

Montgomery: Stuart Sports Complex Dog Park, Route 30 and Griffin Drive, Montgomery, IL
Stuart Sports Complex Dog Park features 15 spacious acres with separate areas for large and small dogs. Dog park tags are $25 for residents and $50 for non-residents.

Morton: Oakwood Park Dog Park, 22001-22149 N. Main St., Morton, IL 61550
The Dog Park is a three acre fully enclosed facility with large and small dog areas along with a water fountain for owners and pets.

Oak Park: Dog Parks
The Park District of Oak Park operates dog parks at two locations: Maple Park Dog Park, in Maple Park at the corner of Maple and Lexington; and RCRC (Ridgeland Common Recreation Complex) Dog Park, located just south of Lake St. and Scoville Ave. Dog Park Passes are available for Oak Park Residents as well as for non-residents. Passes must be purchased/renewed in-person at a registration location during Customer Service open hours.

Peoria: Dog Parks
The Peoria Park District has designated Vicary Bottoms, (a section of property off Kickapoo Creek Road, north of Farmington Road), as a dog exercise area. The lower Bradley Park dog park (south entrance off of Park Road), is a fenced facility and includes dog water fountains and trash stations and welcomes well-behaved dogs 4 months and older. The upper Bradley Park dog park (northwest of the lower Bradley Park dog park), is also a fenced facility that welcomes well-behaved dogs 4 months and older.

Peoria: Bradley Park Dog Park, 1317 North Park Road, Peoria, IL 61606
Well-behaved dogs ages 4 months and up that have current rabies tags and vaccinations are welcome to run and play in this fenced, five-acre arena complete with dog water fountains and waste stations.

Rockford: Canine Corners Off-Leash Dog Parks
Canine Corners Dog Parks include: Elliot Dog Park, located just off of Lyford Rd (accessible from the Maintenance Shop entrance), 888 S Lyford Rd., Rockford; Olson Dog Park, located just off the southeast corner of Rock Cut State Park on Harlem Rd., 7901 Harlem Rd., Loves Park; and Searls Dog Park, located opposite the baseball diamonds, 4950 Safford Rd., Rockford. An annual, semi-annual, or one-day Pooch Pass (in the form of a visible dog tag) is required for all dogs using the parks. Dog owners are required to register and pay in person.

Skokie: Pooch Park, 3220 Oakton St. (Channelside Park), Skokie, IL
Jointly operated by the City of Evanston and Skokie Park District, Pooch Park is a 2.7 acre park that is an off-leash fenced dog recreational facility. It has a separate “agility” area and separate puppy/small dog area, and drinking fountains for both people and dogs.

Wauconda: Lakewood Dog Park
This 66-acre area is entirely fenced and features large open meadows, parking log, toilets and a water hand pump. An annual or daily permit and a dog are required for entry.

Will County: Forest Preserve District of Will County Dog Parks
The Forest Preserve District of Will County has five dog parks throughout the county: Forked Creek Preserve - Ballou Road Access in Wilmington; Hammel Woods - DuPage River Access in Shorewood; Messenger Marsh in Homer Glen; Whalon Lake in Naperville; and Lower Rock Run Preserve – McClintock Road Access in Joliet. A permit is required in order to use the dog parks.


Bloomington: Ferguson Dog Park, 4300 N Stone Mill Rd, Bloomington, IN 47408
The dog park includes a drinking fountain with separate drinking bowls for humans and dogs and two dog wash stations to clean off muddy dogs. The drinking fountains and dog rinse stations are available seasonally (April through October).

Indianapolis: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Indianapolis include: Broad Ripple Park, 1550 Broad Ripple Avenue; Eagle Creek Park, 7840 W. 56th Street; Paul Ruster Park, Paul Ruster Park, 11300 E Prospect St.; and Smock Park, 4200 E County Line Rd. Dog owners must obtain a Pooch Pass in order to use the parks.

Indianapolis: Pet Park, Humane Society of Indianapolis, 7929 N. Michigan Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
The dog park is located on the campus of the Humane Society of Indianapolis.

LaPorte County: No-Leash Dog Exercise Areas
LaPorte County dog exercise areas include: Bluhm County Park (3 acres), 3855 South 1100 West, Westville; Creek Ridge County Park (3.25 acres), 7943 W. 400 North, Michigan City; Luhr County Park (1 acre), 3178 S. 150 W., LaPorte; and Small Animal Shelter (1 acre), 2855 W State Road 2, LaPorte.


Cedar Falls: Paw Park, 3200 S. Main, S. Main & Hwy. 58 Overpass, Cedar Falls, IA
Paw Park has separate areas for large and small breed dogs. Annual passes are available for purchase @ $15 per dog.

Cedar Rapids: Off Leash Dog Parks
The city of Cedar Rapids operates two off-leash areas for dog owners and their pets: Cheyenne Off-Leash Dog Park, located off Old River Road, 650 Cedar Bend Lane SW, Cedar Rapids; and K9Acres at Squaw Creek Park in Squaw Creek Park, 5200 Golf Course Rd, Marion. Permits are required to use the off-leash dog areas.

Clinton: Prairie Pastures Dog Park, Eagle Point Park, N. 3rd St. & Stockwell Lane, Clinton, IA
The entrance to Prairie Pastures Dog Park is from inside Eagle Point Park. There are separate small, big and senior dog areas, plenty of benches and shade trees, mown sections of grass, a nature trail and wading pools in the summer, and a swimming pond.

Des Moines: Des Moines Dog Park, 4660 Indianola Ave., Des Moines, IA
8.5 acre of fenced area for all dogs. One acre of fenced area for dogs 20 lbs or less. Sloped terrain with mature tree and a mix of tall and short grass. Shaded open air shelter. Permits required.

Iowa City: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Iowa City include: Rita's Ranch Dog Park in Scott Park, 640 S. Scott Blvd.; and Thornberry Off-Leash Dog Park at Peninsula Park, 1867 Foster Rd. All dogs using either park must have a park permit tag.

Iowa City: Thornberry Off-Leash Dog Park, Peninsula Park, West End of Foster Road, Iowa City, IA
The 11 acre dog park features three separate areas: one for small dogs, Lucky Pawz Playground for all dogs, and Emma' Run Training and Agility Area. There is a large pond about 15 feet deep for use by all dogs. The west side of the pond is shallow where dogs can wade in. All dogs using the park must have a park permit tag.

Sioux City: Lewis and Clark Dog Park in Bacon Creek Park, 5201 Correctionville Road, Sioux City, IA
5 acres fenced, small dog area, drinking fountain, benches, shelters, message board.

West Des Moines: Raccoon River Park Dog Park, 2500 Grand Ave, West Des Moines, IA 50265
The Dog Park is located just to the east of the softball complex in Raccoon River Park. Permits are required to use the dog park.


DeSoto: Kill Creek Streamway Park Off-Leash Dog Area, 33460 W 95th Street, De Soto, KS
The 16-acre off-leash area is located adjacent to the 95th Street access point and parking lot.

Emporia: Buck Fund Dog Park, Dryer Park, 2920 West 24th Avenue, Emporia, KS
The Buck Fund Dog Park offers fenced areas for dogs to run and play off-leash with many dog-friendly features.

Lawrence: Dog Parks
Mutt Run Dog Park, 1330 East 902 Road, Lawrence, KS
Dog parks in Lawrence include: Mutt Run Dog Park, 1330 East 902 Road; and Off-Leash Dog Park in Riverfront Park, located at the intersection of North Second St. and Highways 24 and 40.

Olathe: Heritage Park Off-Leash Dog Area
The Heritage Park Dog Off-Leash Area is a 30-acre area with a fenced open space and a small pond where dogs can swim. The off-leash area is accessible from all entrances of the park but is closest to the entrance at 16240 Lackman Road.

Overland Park: Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park Off-Leash Dog Area
The seven acre off-leash area is located near the center of the park. The flat, open space is fenced and equipped with ample parking.

Shawnee: Shawnee Mission Park Off-Leash Dog Area
Located east of the observation tower on John Barkley Drive, the 53-acre off-leash area features a dog swim area along with wood chip and natural surface trails through grassland and wooded areas. The area also includes paved parking and portable toilets. The area is open year-round during regular park hours except Tuesdays from 5:00 am to 9:00 am.

Topeka: Hill's Bark Park of Topeka
Located at the SE corner of Gage Park in Topeka, Hill's Bark Park has two separate fenced-in areas with double gated entrances for small and large breed dogs. Inside each area there are picnic tables, chairs, benches, water facilities, pet waste stations, and dog toys.


Ashland: Ashland Boyd County Dog Park
The dog park is located off West Summit Road (behind Boyd County Middle School) in Ashland, KY. There is no water on site.

Burlington: Boone County Dog Park, 5550 Idlewild Road, Burlington, KY 41005
Located adjacent to England-Idlewild Park, Boone County Dog Park is a four-acre park with two one and one half acre sections for small dogs, two one-acre sections for large dogs, and is securely fenced with a double gate entry system. Each section has a shelter and benches and there are also water fountains for pooches and people alike, and a paved parking area.

Covington: Kenton Paw Park, Pioneer Park, 3951 Madison Pike, Covington, KY 41017
The Kenton Paw Park is 2 enclosed areas in Pioneer Park, only 1 1/2 miles south I275 at exit 80. Pioneer Park is located on Madison Pike in Kenton County.

Lexington: Dog Parks
Lexington has six dog parks: Jacobson Park, 4001 Athens-Boonesboro Road; Masterson Station Park, 3051 Leestown Road; Wellington Park, 565 Wellington Way; Coldstream Park, 1850 Pisacano Drive; Pleasant Ridge Park, 1350 Pleasant Ridge Park; and Phoenix Park, 100 E Main Street.

Louisville: Off-Leash Dog Parks & Dog Runs
Dog parks in Louisville include: Champions Dog Run, located in Champions Park, 2050 River Rd.; Cochran Hill Dog Run, located in Cherokee Park, 745 Cochran Hill Rd.; Sawyer Dog Park, located in E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park, 3000 Freys Hill Rd.; Vettiner Dog Run, located in Charlie Vettiner Park, 5550 Charlie Vettiner Park Rd.; Old Louisville Dog Run, located in Toonerville Trolley Park, 218 E. Oak St.; The Barklands of Floyd Fork, located in Beckley Creek Park; Elizabeth Cleland Cauley Dog Park, located in Wendell Moore Park, 1551 Hwy 393, La Grange, KY; and Waverly Dog Run, located in Waverly Park, 4800 Waverly Park Rd.

Louisville: The Barklands of Beckley Creek Park
The Barklands of Beckley Creek Park, an off-leash dog park within The Parklands of Floyds Fork, is open to members of the Louisville Dog Run Association.


Baton Rouge: BREC Dog Parks
BREC is the agency that connects people to parks and nature in East Baton Rouge Parish. Dog parks include: Raising Cane's Dog Park at Greenwood Community Park, 13350 Highway 19, Baker; Raising Cane's Dog Park at Zachary Community Park, 20055 Highway 964, Zachary; Burbank Dog Park at Burbank Sports Complex, 12400 Burbank Drive, Baton Rouge; Raising Cane's Dog Park at City-Brooks Community Park, 1442 City Park Ave., Baton Rouge; and Raising Cane's Dog Park at Forest Community Park, 13900 Harrell's Ferry Road, Baton Rouge.

Baton Rouge: Raising Cane's Dog Park at City Brooks Community Park, 1442 City Park Ave., Baton Rouge, LA
The Raising Cane's Dog Park at City Brooks Community Park is open seven days a week, from sunrise to sundown, at no charge.

Baton Rouge: Burbank Dog Park at Burbank Sports Complex, 12400 Burbank Drive, Baton Rouge, LA
The dog park is open seven days a week, from sunrise to sundown, at no charge. The 6-acre dog park features a small and large dog play area and includes a 1/4-mile dog walk and concrete play pond for gos to get wet.

Metaire: Bonnabel Boat Launch BarkPark For Dogs, 1599 Bonnabel Blvd., Metaire, LA 70005
The park is fully fenced and includes agility equipment.

New Orleans: Dog parks and runs in the New Orleans area
Dog park and runs include: NOLA City Bark, 30 Zachary Taylor Drive, New Orleans; Wisner Dog Run, 4876 Laurel Street, New Orleans; Crescent Park Dog Run, across from 3800 Chartres Street, New Orleans; Lafreniere Bark Park, 3000 Downs Boulevard, Metairie; Bonnabel Boat Launch Dog Park, 1599 Bonnabel Boulevard, Metairie; Gretna Bark Park, 3320 Claire Avenue, New Orleans; and Pelican Bark Park, 63350 Pelican Dr, Mandeville.

New Orleans: NOLA City Bark
NOLA City Bark dog park is a 4.6 acre plot of land located in beautiful City Park. The dog park includes separate play areas for small and big dogs, howdy entrance gates (double gates), and water fountains for dogs and humans. Entrance to the dog park requires a permit.

New Orleans: Wisner Dog Run, 4876 Laurel St., New Orleans, LA 70115
Located in Uptown New Orleans, the dog run includes drinking fountains for pets and people, benches and complimentary waste disposal bags.


Belfast: Belfast Dog Park, 122 Lincolnville Ave., Belfast, Maine 04915
Open from dawn to dusk, the Belfast Dog Park is at Walsh Field, on Lincolnville Avenue (aka Route 52) just off Route 1. The dog park has water, benches, a covered shelter and separate areas for large and small dogs.

Biddeford: Rotary Park, 550 Main Street, Biddeford, ME 04005
Dogs are allowed off-leash on the river bank along the boat launch side of Rotary Park. This shall be defined as the area bordered by and including the boat launch, up the river bank to where the access road and the river split. The “river bank,” for this purpose, is defined as up to but not including the dirt road in the park. Dogs may not use any part of the Rotary Park beach between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. from May 25 to September 15 of each year.

Kennebunk: Kennebunk Dog Park, 36 Sea Road, Kennebunk, ME
Located at the entrance to the Recycling Center, the dog park welcome residents and visitors throughout the year. There is an enclosed Small Dog Area. The park is free and open every day from dawn to dusk.

Old Orchard Beach: Dog Park
The Dog Park is located in Memorial Park Next To AZ's Market. It has two sections, one is a large fenced in area which is open to any size dog, and the other area which is much smaller is restricted to dogs 30lbs. and under.

Ogunquit: Ogunguit Dog Park
The one acre dog park is fully fenced with double gates, and there is a separate section for small dogs. There is quite a bit of shade, and a sunny area in front for cold winter days. Water is available from April 1 to mid-November. Open dawn to dusk, 7 days a week.

Portland: Dog Parks
Dog can be unleashed at the following locations (must be under voice command): Any city-owned island park area and open space (unless posted otherwise); Capisic Pond Park; East End Beach (day after Labor Day to day before Memorial Day); Eastern Promenade Park (within the area bounded by the following: Cutter Street to the lower sidewalk to the exit side of the Fort Allen roadway and back to Cutter Street East End Beach and the mid-slope nature path); Evergreen Cemetery (to the north and west of Northern Avenue in undeveloped wooded area); Hall School Woods; Jack School (behind at North Street and Washington Avenue); Ocean Avenue Landfill; Pine Grove Park; Portland Arts & Technology School (wood behind at 196 Allen Avenue); Quarry Run Dog Park; Riverton Park University Park; and Valley Street Park.

Portland: Quarry Run Dog Park, 1026 Ocean Ave., Portland, ME 04103
Adjacent to the park that now encompasses the old city landfill, Quarry Run Dog Park is a fenced-in area with trails, wildflowers, nooks and crannies, and a big open play space for dogs to run around off-leash.

Portland: Capisic Pond Park
An 18-acre nature preserve surrounding Portland’s largest fresh-water pond, Capisic Pond Park is a designated "off-leash" area, where dogs are allowed without a leash, as long as they are under voice control.

Yarmouth: Royal River Park
Located in the center of town, Royal River Park encompasses 40 acres of land offering walkways with scenic vistas along the Royal River. Dogs are allowed off-leash during all park hours only in the designated Off-Leash Area provided at “Picnic Point.”


Annapolis: Quiet Waters Dog Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis, MD 21403
Quiet Waters has two adjacent off leash areas for the big and boisterous or small, shy and retiring.

Anne Arundel County: Dog Parks
Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks regional and community parks have special areas set aside for off-leash dog activities: Downs Park - Dog Park and Dog Beach, 8311 John Downs Loop, Pasadena; Quiet Waters Park - Dog Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis; Bell Branch Park, 1150 Barbara Swann Way, Gambrels; Broadneck Park, 613 College Parkway, Annapolis; and Maryland City Park, 565 Brock Bridge Road, Laurel.

Baltimore: Patterson Dog Park, Linwood Ave., Baltimore, MD 21224
The Patterson Park Dog Park is located south of the tennis courts on Linwood Avenue and features two fenced-in spaces for dogs to run.

Baltimore: Canton Dog Park, 3221 Toone St., Baltimore, MD
The Canton Dog Park is located at the intersection of South Bouldin and Toone Streets, just north of Boston Street in East Baltimore. The Dog Park is divided into two sections: one for large dogs, and one for smaller or older dogs.

Baltimore: Locust Point Dog Park, 1627 East Point Ave., Baltimore, MD 21230
Located at Latrobe Park in Baltimore, Locust Point Dog Park features an AstroTurf hill, huge tree branch, water fountain canyon, tree planters and benches. Unlike most dog parks, Locust Point Dog Park is completely dirt free. Made entirely of AstroTurf, concrete and stone, the dog park leaves dogs not only exhausted but clean when they get home.

Baltimore: Paw Point at Lake Roland, 1000 Lakeside Drive, Baltimore, MD 21210
Paw Point is a fenced, one acre off leash dog park which is located within Lake Roland. The dog park is equipped with benches and bag dispensers for cleaning up dog waste. Membership allows two licensed and vaccinated dogs entry to the facility Drive.

Baltimore County: Dog Parks
Baltimore County has five dog parks: Perry Paw Dog Park at Honeygo Run Regional Park, 9033 Honeygo Boulevard, Perry Hall; Wags Dog Park at St. Helena Park, 300 Willow Spring Rd, Dundalk; Paw Point Dog Park at Lake Roland, 1000 Lakeside Dr., Baltimore; Hannah More Center and Park, 12035 Reisterstown Rd., Reisterstown; and Southwest Area Park, 3939 Klunk Drive, Brooklyn. Registration is required to use all parks and all dogs must be properly licensed.

Charles County: Dog Parks
Charleston County MD has two dog parks: White Plains Dog Park, located in White Plains Regional Park, 1015 St. Charles Parkway, White Plains; and Turkey Hill Dog Park, located in Turkey Hill Park, 9430 Turkey Hill Road, La Plata. Each one-acre park has two separate fenced-in areas. The large area is designed for general dog play. The smaller area is for smaller dogs, puppies (must be at least 4 months old) or for shy dogs not quite ready to socialize in the larger general play area.

College Park: College Park Dog Park
The dog park is fenced, has running water, members pitch in to keep the park clean of waste, and M-NCPPC maintains a healthy grass surface with shade trees. Membership is required.

Ellicott City: Worthington Dog Park, 8170 Hillsborough Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043
Worthington Dog Park has two separate enclosures: the regular area and the small, timid, or elderly dog area. There are also fenced areas for rent and dog training is available. The off-leash area is open seasonally, weather permitting.

Montgomery County Dog Parks
Montgomery County dog parks include: Black Hill Regional Park Dog Park, 20930 Lake Ridge Drive, Boyds; Ridge Road Dog Park, 21155 Frederick Road, Germantown; Wheaton Dog Park, 11710 Orebaugh Ave., Wheaton; Cabin John Dog Park, 10900 Westlake Drive, Bethesda,; Olney Manor Dog Park, 16601 Georgia Avenue, Olney; and Ellsworth Urban Dog Park , 621 Ellsworth Drive, Silver Spring.

Salisbury: Frances J. Tilgman Memorial Dog Park, 430 N. Park Dr., Salisbury, MD 21804
The dog park is open from dawn to dusk and there is no charge for using the park.

Stevensville: Kent Island Dog Park
Located along the Cross Island Trail at Church Street, near the Kent Island Free Library, and the Bayside Elementary School, Island Dog Park has two fenced areas, one for little dogs anther for larger breeds. Each is equipped with agility equipment for your dogs please. The park also offers benches, picnic tables, and a water fountain designed to serve both people and dogs!


Boston: Peters Park Dog Run
The Dog Run is located at 1227 Washington St. between East Berkeley and Waltham streets in Boston's South End.

Brookline: Green Dog Off Leash Program
Brookline has 14 off-leash areas scattered across the town, with specific off-leash hours established by the Park and Recreation Commission. The Green Dog Program is an optional recreation program and requires a fee to participate. All dogs must be wearing a current green dog tag to take advantage of off-leash privileges. Green Dog Program fees cover the calendar year.

Cambridge: Off Leash Parks
There are three types of off leash spaces in Cambridge open to dogs with current licenses: Dedicated Off Leash Areas (these areas are fenced in and intended exclusively for use by off leash dogs and their owners): Pacific Street Park, located at the corner of Pacific Street and Sidney Street; Danehy Park, located at 99 Sherman Street near Garden and New Street; andPemberton Street Dog Run, located on Pemberton Street. Shared Use Off Leash Areas (these are areas where dogs are allowed off leash, but that are not fully fenced in or separated from other uses and activities): Fresh Pond Reservation, 180-220 Fresh Pond Pkwy; and Fort Washington, located on 101 Waverly Street between Erie Street and Putnam Avenue. Shared Use Hours (areas where dogs are allowed to be off leash during designated hours, are not fenced in, and outside of shared use hours, dogs must be on a leash in these locations): Raymond Park, located on Raymond Street, 6:00 am to 9:00 am; Hoyt Field, located off Western Avenue from Gilmore Street or Montague Street. 6:00 am to 9:00 am; Green-Rose Heritage Park - located on Harvard Street between Windsor Street and Moore Street, 6:00 am to 9:00 am; Gold Star Mother's Park, located on Gore Street, 6:00 am to 9:00 am; Joan Lorentz Park, located in front the Cambridge Public Library on Broadway between Felton Street and Ellery Street, 8:00 am to 10:00 am.

East Longmeadow: East Longmeadow Bark Park, 336-374 N Main St., East Longmeadow, MA 01028
The Bark Park is divided into two sections, an area for small dogs and an area for large dogs. Each area houses a water station, waste station and both enjoy a secure unleashing gateway.

Medway: Henry Garnsey Canine Recreation Park AKA Medway Dog Park
The Dog Park is located between Village Street and Cottage Street in Medway, MA. A free dog park license is required to use this park.

Provincetown: Pilgrim Bark Park
Pilgrim Bark Park is located at the intersection of Route 6 and Shank Painter Road in Provincetown, MA. There is a general dog section and a section exclusively for small dogs under 25 pounds.

Sharon: Sharon Dog Park, 30 E Foxboro St Sharon, MA 02067
Conveniently located 7 minutes off I-95 in Sharon, halfway between Providence and Boston, the dog park is fully fenced in with double entry gates and a smaller area park for dogs who aren't ready to play with the big dogs

Westfield: Arm Brook Park "Dog Friendly Area," 125 Lockhouse Road, Westfield, MA 01085
Arm Brook Park on Lockhouse Road in Westfield offers a dog friendly area for off-leash activity.


Clinton Township: Dog Park in Civic Center Park, 40700 Romeo Plank Rd., Clinton Township, MI 48038
The dog park is located behind the Senior Adult Life Center in the Civic Center park. Open dawn till dusk 365 days a year to dog park pass holders. Dogs of all sizes can come and enjoy this 1.5 acre fenced in doggie play area. Featured amenities include benches, complimentary pet waste bags, an area for small dogs and a drinking fountain for humans and their four legged friends.

Detroit: Detroit Dog Park
The dog park is located at the corner of 17th Street and Rose Street in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood.

Dexter: Paw Run Dog Park, 5365 N Territorial Rd, Dexter, MI 48130
Paw Run is consists of 18 completely fenced acres approximately 10 miles from downtown Ann Arbor, MI. Paw Run is a private membership-based recreation area. Applicants’ dogs must pass a temperament test before they gain access to property.

Grand Rapids: Covell Dog Park
NW side of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Intersection of Bridge & Covell, just north of Lake Michigan Dr. -next to Union High School.

Grand Rapids: Hillcrest Park Dog Area
The Pet Supplies Plus Off-leash Dog Area at Hillcrest Park is located on the northeast side of Grand Rapids, at the intersection of Lyon and Benjamin NE. (It's also the upper portion of Fuller Park). There is large dog area and a small dog/puppy area.

Grand Rapids: Shaggy Pines Dog Park
This 20-acre private park is located in the heart of Cascade Township serving the Metro Grand Rapids area. There is an enclosed small dog area specifically for dogs under 30 pounds and a large human-made dog swimming pond.

Jenison: Grand Ravines Dog Park, 3991 Fillmore St, Jenison, MI 49428
Grand Ravines Dog Park includes 21-acres of enclosed dog park, with separated fenced areas for large and small dogs. Additionally, there will be fenced trails for off-leash walking.

Lansing: Howard & Erna Soldan Dog Park, Hawk Island County Park
The Soldan Dog Park is an off-leash dog park adjacent to Hawk Island. It consists of more than 15 acres of diverse natural area complete with trails, a large pond, an expansive open field, pet/human drinking fountains, and a free dog washing station. The Soldan Dog Park requires the use of an electronic pass card (key FOB) for access into the dog park.

New Buffalo: Sari Asher Memorial Park Dog Park
The dog park is located at 1420 East Washington St. in New Buffalo.

Northville: Dog Parks
The Northville system currently includes two dog parks, Cady Street Dog Park, located behind the Northville Art House, 215 W. Cady Street; and Marv Gans Community Park Dog Park, enter at Five Mile Road entrance, just west of Beck. Membership is required.

Oakland County: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Oakland County include: Lyon Oaks Dog Park, 52221 Pontiac Trail, Wixom; Orion Oaks Dog Park, 1200 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion; and Red Oaks Dog Park, 31353 Dequindre, Madison Heights.

Ottawa County Open Space Land
Ottawa County's Open Space Land are undeveloped natural lands that have less rigid rules than parks. Most Open Space Lands do not have designated or marked trails and parking areas are usually small. Dogs are allowed to run off-leash in Open Space Lands and Open Space Lands are open to hunting.

Saginaw: Steven A. Kirshenbaum Memorial Bark Park
Bark Park is located in the front of Imerman Memorial Park, 3495 Midland Rd, Saginaw, MI 48603. The .46 acre fenced dog park is complete with three agility obstacles, a doggie dropping clean up station and four benches.

Saline: Saline Dog Park
The Dog Park is located at Mill Pond Park at the end of W. Bennett St, Saline, MI. It is a leash free 1-acre fenced area located south of the play structure. Access to the pond is available for dogs that like to swim.

Warren: Anne Fracassa Memorial Dog Park
The Anne Fracassa Memorial Dog Park is open at Burdi Park, located at Pauline Street and 12 Mile Road. The dog park is situated in the southwest corner of Burdi Park, and features a six foot fence surrounding a one acre portion of Burdi Park, with water supply, several park benches, pooper scooper bags and secure access.

Westland, Wayne County: Hawthorne Ridge Dog Park
The Wayne County Parks Dog Park is located at Hawthorne Ridge Park in Westland (Hines Drive, west of Merriman Road). The dog park is open June - April (closed for the month of May for grass re-seeding) from dawn until dusk. All dogs must be registered at the Wayne County Parks office in the Nankin Mills building in Westland.


Benson: Waggin' Tails Dog Park, 22nd St and Highway 12, Benson, MN 56215
Waggin' Tails Dog Park consists of 2 acres of fenced in land with a water supply. The park offers two fenced in exercise areas, one for small dogs and one for large breed dogs. There are benches for pet owners to relax and enjoy watching their pet run, fetch and play with other dogs. Also provided are water spickets to keep your pet hydrated.

Burnsville: Alimagnet Dog Park, 200 Alimagnet Pkwy Burnsville, MN 55337
Alimagnet Dog Park is located two blocks north of County Road 42 on County Road 11 in Burnsville, MN and includes a separate area for small, timid, fragile, and elderly dogs. There is an optional membership of $20/year per household to help support the administration and maintenance costs of the park.

Duluth: Dog Parks
Duluth has four fenced, off leash dog parks: Keene Creek Dog Park, located in West Duluth near Grand Ave. and I-35; Observation Dog Park, located in central Duluth behind the building at 914 W 3rd St.; Jean Duluth Dog Park, located at the very northern most end of Duluth 1/2 mile west of Jean Duluth Road on the north side of Riley Road; and Gary New Duluth, located in far western Duluth in Gary New Duluth near Stowe Elementary School.

Excelsior: Lake Minnewashta Regional Park Off-Leash Dog Area
Lake Minnewashta Regional Park is a 340 acre park situated on the shores of Lake Minnewashta. The off-leash dog area has about .8 mile of walking trails, a separate small dog area for dogs under 25 pounds, a fenced pond, two large open spaces for interactive play with other dogs and a water fountain for humans and pets (will be available seasonally from May - September).

Minneapolis: Minnehaha Falls Off-leash Dog Park
This huge dog park is on the south end of Minnehaha Park along the Mississippi River. Marked trails within the park leads to the off-leash area.

Minneapolis: Dog Parks
Dog park locations in Minneapolis include: Franklin Terrace Off-Leash Dog Park, 925 Franklin Terrace; Lake of the Isles Off-Leash Dog Park, 2845 W Lake of the Isles Parkway; Minnehaha Off-Leash Dog Park, 5399 Minnehaha Park Drive S; St. Anthony Parkway Off-Leash Dog Park, 700 St. Anthony Parkway; Loring Park Off-Leash Dog Park, 1382 Willow St.; Victory Prairie Off-Leash Dog Park, 4701 Russell Ave. N; Lyndale Farmstead Off-Leash Dog Park, 3845 Dupont Ave. S. You need to buy a permit before you bring your dog(s) to an Off-Leash Dog Park; the permit is valid at all seven dog parks.

Minneapolis/Three Rivers Park District: Dog Off-Leash Areas
Three Rivers Park District is a special park district serving the suburban areas of the Twin Cities. Dog parks at Three Rivers include both fenced and unfenced off-leash areas : Bryant Lake Dog Off-Leash Area, 6402 Rowland Rd., Eden Prairie; Carver Dog Off-Leash Area, 7200 Park Dr., Victoria; Cleary Lake Regional Park, 18106 Texas Ave., Prior Lake; Crow-Hassan Park Reserve, 12595 Park Dr., Hanover; Elm Creek Dog Off-Leash Area, 11750 Zachary Lane N, Champlin; Fish Lake Dog Off-Leash Area, 14900 Bass Lake Rd., Maple Grove; Lake Sarah Dog Off-Leash Area, 6670 West Lake Sarah Dr., Rockford; Murphy-Hanrahan Dog Off-Leash Area, 15501 Murphy Lake Rd., Savage; and Spring Lake Dog Off-Leash Area, 1581 Howard Lake Road NW, Prior Lake.

Ramsey County: Off-Leash Dog Areas
Ramsey County Parks and Recreation operates four off-leash areas at the following locations: Battle Creek Regional Park, Maplewood; Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park, White Bear Township; Rice Creek Regional Trail Corridor, Shoreview; and Woodview Open Space, Roseville.

Rochester: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Rochester include: Jean & Carl Frank Canine Park, Pinewood Road SE, north of Pinewood Elementary School; Jean & Carl Frank NW Canine Park, West side of West Circle Drive at Members Parkway; and River Road Park, West River Road NW, north of 62nd Street NW.

Rosemount: Dakota Woods Dog Park, 16470 Blaine Ave., Rosemount, MN
Dakota Woods Dog Park is a 16-acre, fenced, wooded park centrally located in Dakota County, just east of Rosemount.

Roseville: Reservoir Woods Off-Leash Dog Park, 1901 Alta Vista Drive, Roseville, MN
Dogs can be exercised off-leash in two soft trail areas, located off of Larpenteur Avenue just east of Dale Street. The area to the left of the park entrance is completely fenced so it is accessible to people with limited mobility and their dogs can enjoy the park too. The second area is designed so that dogs can run free in approximately five acres of open space.

St. Paul: Dog Parks
Saint Paul has four off-leash dog parks: Arlington/Arkwright Dog Park, located on the corner of Arlington Ave and Arkwright St.; High Bridge Dog Park, just west of Upper Landing Park; Meeker Island Dog Park, just west of the intersection of Eustice Street and N Mississippi River Blvd.; and Lowertown Dog Park, located near CHS Field in Lowertown

St. Paul: Arlington/Arkwright Off-Leash Dog Area
Commonly referred to as OLDA, the dog area is located on the corner of Arlington and Arkwright.

St. Paul: High Bridge Dog Park, 59 Randolph Ave., Saint Paul, MN 55102
The High Bridge Dog Park is a 7-acre, former coal power plant site that was given to the City for operation as a dog-park following clean-up in May 2012. The park is located just south of Shepard Road, west of Upper Landing, north of the River, and just beneath the Smith Ave High Bridge.

St. Paul: Meeker Island Dog Park, 471 Mississippi River Blvd N, Saint Paul, MN 55104
Located along the Mississippi River Blvd trail, Meeker Island Dog Park features a dog run and a dog beach.

St. Paul: Lowertown Dog Park, 360 N Broadway St., Saint Paul, MN 55101
Lowertown Dog Park is completely fenced in.


Jackson: BREE'S Bark Park at CARA, 960 N. Flag Chapel Rd., Jackson MS 39209
The dog park is 1.68 acres of fenced area for dogs to run and play off-leash. It features a separate small dog area with play equipment, a splash pool in the large dog area, walking paths, built-in benches, poop stations and shaded areas with log benches. Membership is required to use the dog park.

Petal: Petal Dog Park
Petal Dog Park is located on Dawson Cut Off, just off South Main Street, behind the A & B Cycles in Petal, Mississippi. The dog park features two separate fenced enclosures, one for smaller dogs and one for the larger dogs.

Ridgeland: Old Trace Dog Park, 137 Old Park Trail, Ridgeland, MS 39157
Old Trace Dog Park is a public, off-leash dog park inside Old Trace Park, at the Barnett Reservoir in Ridgeland, MS. Open Daily with the same hours of Old Trace Park, Sunrise to Sunset.

Starkville: Moncrief Park Dog Park
Moncrief Park in Starkville is a nice fenced dog park. It offers 2 fenced areas, one for dogs 25lbs and under, and one for larger dogs. Waste pick-up stations, tables, water, small covered area, and concrete entrance gated area. It's a fun place for dogs to play.


Ballwin: Tails & Trails at Queeny Park, 550 Weidman Road, Ballwin, MO 63011
Located inside Edgar M. Queeny Park, Tails & Trails at Queeny Park is St. Louis County Park's first dog park. It features separate areas for large and small dogs. Other amenities include two water features, four permanent agility and skill stations, biodegradable waste bags, disposal containers, WiFi and watering stations. Membership is required.

Columbia: Dog Parks/Leash Free Areas
Columbia MO has three fenced dog parks and two other leash-free areas. Dog parks include: Twin Lakes Recreation Area, 2500 Chapel Hill Road; Garth Nature Area, 2799 N. Garth; and Indian Hills Park, 5009 Aztec Blvd. Leash-free areas include: Grindstone Nature Area, 2011 Old 63 South; and Cosmo Park - Bear Creek Nature Area, 1615 Business Loop 70 West.

Cottleville: Bark Park at Legacy Park
Located in Legacy Park off of Hwy N just North of City Hall, the dog park has a section for small dogs or puppies, and a large one-acre section for large dogs to play.

Creve Coeur: Creve Coeur Dog Park, 12301 Conway Rd., Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Creve Coeur Dog Park is a 2.5 acre fenced area in the northeast area of Conway Park at 12301 Conway Road. The dog park is divided into two sections: a two-acre large dog area and a one-half acre small dog area that is reserved for dogs smaller than 30 pounds. The Creve Coeur Dog Park is open to registered members only.

Kansas City: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Kansas City include: Penn Valley Off Leash Dog Park, 29th and Wyandotte; Swope Park Off Leash Dog Park, east of Elmwood on Gregory Boulevard; Waggin" Trail Off Leash Dog Park, NE 32nd and Swift, North Kansas City; and West Terrace Off Leash Dog Park, 750 Pennsylvania Ave.

Kansas City: Penn Valley Park Off-Leash Dog Park, 29th and Wyandotte, Kansas City, MO
The dog park is a 2.7 acre fenced off-leash area with two double-gated entries for safety. There is an additional area for small dogs 40 lbs. and under, eldery or handicapped. The park offers water fountains for people and dogs, as well as a spigot for filling water bottles.

Kansas City: Wayside Waifs Bark Park, 3901 Martha Truman Road, Kansas City, MO 64137
The Bark Park is open for members only and requires a card for entry.

Kansas City: West Terrace Off Leash Dog Park, 750 Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, MO 64106
Located on the north end of West Terrace Park, on the west bluffs near Seventh Street and Pennsylvania Avenue below the Lewis and Clark sculpture, West Terrace Off Leash Dog Park features fencing, a curved path, stone staircase, new trees, benches and picnic tables. Dog owners must register to use West Terrace Dog Park; you do not have to be a Kansas City resident to become a member.

St. Charles: DuSable Dog Park, Off-Leash Canine Recreation Area
This 2. 5 acre facility is divided into 3 sections. Two sections are designated for either large dogs or small dogs and occasionally rotated to help save the turf.A non-reservable pavilion was installed to provide shade to guests in the North area.

St. Louis: Southwest City Dog Park in Willmore Park, at Hampton and Jamieson Avenues, St. Louis, MO
Annual dues, membership, but open to any one with proof of shots and agreement to adhere to dog park rules.

Wentzville: Broemmelsiek Park Off-Leash Dog Area, 4301 Wilson Road, Wentzville, MO 63385
The 4.5 acre Off-Leash Dog Area has a large pond for dogs to splash around and play.


Bozeman Off-Leash Dog Parks
Dog parks in Bozeman include: Burke Park, S. Church Ave. at E. Story St.; Canine Beach at Bozeman Pond Park, 550 S. Fowler Ave.; Centennial Park, N Tracy Ave & W Cottonwood St.; Cooper Park, S 8th Ave & W Koch St.; Gallatin County Regional Park, W Oak St & Davis; Snowfill Recreation Area, 3070 McIlhattan Road; and Softball Complex, 501 Haggerty Lane.

Bozeman: Snowfill Recreation Area - Off-leash Dog Park, 3070 McIlhattan Road, Bozeman, MT 59715
Snowfill Recreation Area is a 38-acre open space, formerly part of the city's landfill, that now serves as one of the area's largest and most scenic off-leash dog parks. The hilly site has over 2 miles of gravel trails with views overlooking the Gallatin Valley and mountain ranges in the distance.

Missoula: Off-Leash Dog Areas
Dogs may be off-leash in the following areas: Jacobs Island Bark Park, 6 S. Van Buren; Playfair Park Pup Pen, 3001 Bancroft; Some Areas on Mount Sentinel and North Hills; and Some Areas on Mount Jumbo
USFS Missoula Ranger District Recreation Areas

Whitefish: Hugh Rogers Wag Park, E Second St, Whitefish, MT 59937
The 5-acre dog park includes an agility course, human and dog water fountains, a small dog area, trees, and a swimming pond for dogs.


Norfolk: Off-Leash Dog Recreation Area, TaHaZouka Park, 2201 South 13th Street, Norfolk, NE
The dog park consists of two separate and secure areas. There is a small area, .38 acres, for smaller and less active dogs and a larger area, 1.68 acres, for larger and more active dogs. Both areas are surrounded by six-foot chain-link fencing with access through a double gated entrance for a more secure setting. There is water available, benches, dog waste baggies, a trash can, and plenty of shade.

North Platte: Dog Parks
North Platte has two dog parks: Waggin' Tails Dog Park at Centennial Park, located on the south west end of Centennial Park near the river trail; and Happy Hound Retreat Dog Park, located at 18th Street and Ash Street (301 W 18th St.).

Omaha: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Omaha: Hefflinger Dog Park in Hefflinger Park, 112th and W Maple Rd.; and Hanscom Dog Park, located in the northeast corner of Hanscom Park, 1899 South 32nd Ave.

Scottsbluff: Common Grounds Dog Park, 1600 S Beltline Hwy W, Scottsbluff, NE 69361
The dog park is located within Riverside Park behind the Zoo.


Henderson: Dog Parks
The City of Henderson has a variety of dog parks: Acacia Park, 50 Casa Del Fuego St; Amador Vista Park, 1562 Amador Lane; Arroyo Grande Sports Complex and Pittman Wash Trail, 298 Arroyo Grande Blvd; Aventura Park, 2525 Via Firenze; Bark Park at Heritage Park, 350 S. Racetrack Rd.; Boulder Creek Park 995 Equestrian Dr.; Cactus Wren Park, 2900 Ivanpah Dr.; Capriola Park, 2155 Via Firenze; Dos Escuelas Park, 1 Golden View Dr.; Equestrian Park South, 1298 Equestrian Dr.; Esselmont Park, 2725 Anthem Highlands Dr.; Hidden Falls Park, 281 W. Horizon Dr.; Horizon Crest Park, 675 Annet St.; Paseo Vista Park, 2505 Paseo Verde Pkwy.; Reunion Trails Park, 44 Chapata Dr.; and Weston Hills Park, 950 Weston Ridge St.

Henderson: Bark Park at Heritage Park, 350 S. Racetrack Rd., Henderson, NV
The Bark Park is the City of Henderson’s largest and most unique dog park. The 5-acre Bark Park features separate dog runs, agility course, walking trail, dog bone-themed benches, and drinking stations for pets (and some for people too). The Bark Park hosts classes and programs, and can also accommodate small dog shows and events. A splash pad is also available at the Bark Park. It is just for dogs (NO humans) and is open daily from 7am to 6pm, May 1 through Sept. 30.

Las Vegas: Dog Fancier's Park, 5800 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89122
Located next to Horseman’s Park, Dog Fancier's Park is a 12-acre park with five totally enclosed areas for dogs.

Las Vegas: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Las Vegas include: Barkin' Basin Park, 7351 W. Alexander Road; All American Park Dog Run, 1551 S. Buffalo Drive; Centennial Hills Park Dog Runs, 7101 N. Buffalo Dr.; Charlie Kellogg and Joe Zaher Sports Complex Dog Runs, 7901 W. Washington Ave.; Children's Memorial Park Dog Park, 6601 W. Gowan Road; Woofter Park, 1600 Rock Springs Drive; Winding Trails Park, 7250 N. Fort Apache Road; Police Memorial Park, 3250 Metro Academy Way; Justice Myron E. Leavitt & Jaycee Community Park, 2100 E. St Louis Ave.; Baker Park Petsmart Pup, 7901 W. Washington Ave.; Douglas A. Selby Park, 1293 N. Sandhill Road; and Gary Dexter Park, 800 Upland Blvd.

Reno: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Reno: Whitaker Park Dog Park, located at 550 University Terrace, between Washington and Ralston Streets; and Virginia Lake Park Dog Park, located in the north field at Mountain View and Lakeside Drive.

Sparks: Sparks Marina Park Dog Park, 300 Howard Drive, Sparks, NV
The dog park is located on the south end of the Sparks Marina.


Dover: Longhill Dog Park, Longhill Rd, Dover, NH 03820
Longhill Dog Park offers a lovely wooded and open area for both big and small dogs.

Hookset: Dog Park, 101 Merrimack St., Hooksett, NH
The Park is located on Merrimack Street, by the District Court. Park hours are 6:00 a.m. until dusk.

Manchester: Dog Park, 344 Second Street. Manchester, NH 03102
The dog park is located on Bass Island on Second Street (south of Granite Street, north of Queen City Avenue). The Bass Island park is a 10,000 sq. ft fenced area that has a double gated entrance for your dog’s safety. The park is open dawn to dusk. There is a membership fee to use the dog park.

Raymond: Riverside Bark Dog Park, Sundeen Parkway, Raymond, NH 03077
Riverside Bark a 1+ acre dog park located within Riverside Park in Raymond.

Rochester: Rochester Dog Park, Taylor Ave off Rochester Neck Rd., Rochester, NH
The dog park park covers half an acre, is fully fenced, and includes a separate area for small dogs. There is a membership fee of $25/year to use the park. Membership is open to any dog owners, including owners who do not live in Rochester, NH.


Bloomfield: Brookdale Park Dog Park, Watching Ave., Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Brookdale Park offers a total of 1.2 acres of green space, with an 0.8-acre fenced-in area for large dogs, and a 0.4-acre fenced-in area for small dogs. Both sections have a stone dust surface and various pieces of apparatus where the dogs can play and exercise. There are safety enclosures at each entrance to prevent unleashed dogs from running away, time out areas where excited dogs can calm down, dog washing areas and water fountains.

Bloomfield: Watsessing Park Dog Park, 78 Locust Ave., Bloomfield, NJ 07003
The dog park is located in Watsessing Park.

Cherry Hill Area: Pooch Park in Cooper River Park, 5300 N Park Dr., Pennsauken Township, NJ 08109
Cooper River Park runs through Pennsauken, Cherry Hill, Collingswood and Haddon Township. The park is bounded by North and South Park Drives, Route 130 and Grove Street. The dog park is located in Cooper River Park.

Egg Harbor Township: Dog Park
Located on Swift Road across from the Egg Harbor Township branch of the Atlantic County Library, the dog park is fenced in, with a small dog section, for breeds under 30 pounds, and an area for larger dogs. The dog park is open only to members, who must show proof their dog is licensed and up-to-date on its rabies shots, and agree to a list of safety rules in order to join. The cost for Atlantic County residents is $40 a year, $50 for those who live outside the county.

Essex County: Off-Leash Dog Facilities
Essex County offers the following dog parks: Watsessing Park, Bloomfield Avenue and Conger Street, Bloomfield; South Mountain Reservation, South Orange Avenue and Cherry Lane West Orange; and Brookdale Park, Watchung Avenue, Bloomfield.

Franklin Township: Colonial Park Dog Park
The dog park is a three acre (530' by 250') fenced area located in Colonial Park. The leash-free dog area is located off of Mettlers Road and is accessed via the same driveway as the Spooky Brook Golf Maintenance area.

Hoboken: Dog Runs
There are dog runs in the following parks in Hoboken: 1600 Park, 16th St and Park Ave.; Church Square Park, Garden St. Btw 4th & 5th St.; Elysian Park, Hudson St. Btw 10th &11th St.; and Southwest Park, 58 Jackson St.

Lincroft: Thompson Park Off-Leash Dog Area, 805 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738
The 1.5 acre off-leash area at Thompson Park consists of a 1¼-acre area for dogs over 35 lbs and a ¼-acre “small dog area” for dogs that weigh 35 lbs or less.

Livingston: Livingston Dog Park in East Hills Park
The dog park is located in East Hills Park, on Shrewsbury Drive, just south of East Mount Pleasant Avenue. It features a separate area for small dogs up to 25 pounds.

Morristown: Lewis Morris County Park Dog Park, 270 Mendham Rd, Morristown, NJ
The dog park is located in the Old Army Area of Lewis Morris County Park.

Mountainside: Echo Lake Park Dog Park, Springfield Ave., Mountainside, NJ 07092
The Dog Park at Echo Lake Park is just under three acres, with fenced areas set aside for large and smaller dogs. It is accessible for people with disabilities with designated parking areas and sloped paths.

Ocean City: Ocean City Dog Park, 45th and Haven Avenue, Ocean City, NJ
Ocean City Dog Park has three separate areas: large dog area (dogs over 25 lbs), small dog area (dogs under 25 lbs) and dog run area for all dogs. Park facilities include double gated entrance and unleash area with secure electronic locking gates, shared pavilion in small and large dog area with picnic table in each area, open shed shelters, sitting benches, water fountains for dogs and owners, "pooper scooper" dispensers and disposable bags, trash and recycling containers, several inoperable fire hydrants for doggie relief, interactive play equipment, a Port-a-Potty, free off street parking lot and a designated handicap area.

Princeton: Rocky Top Dog Park, 4106 Route 27 (Lincoln Highway), Princeton, NJ 08540
Rocky Top Dog Park is a fee-based facility operated by South Brunswick Township. The park contains three fenced-in areas for small, medium and large dogs. It also contains a walking path, a pavilion and a small pond.

Oceanport: Wolf Hill Recreation Area, 3 Crescent Place, Oceanport , NJ 07757
The Wolf Hill Recreation Area off-leash dog area combines an area for dogs of all sizes as well as a smaller area for dogs 35 lbs. or less. The area features two concrete patios with sheltered picnic tables while the small dog area includes one concrete patio with sheltered picnic area.

West Orange: Smith Mountain Dog Park, South Orange Avenue and Cherry Lane, West Orange, NJ
This two-acre facility is divided into two sections – 1.3 acres for large dogs and 0.7 acres for small dogs. Both areas have a crushed stone and compacted stone dust surface, dual drinking fountains, park benches, agility equipment for the dogs, a wash and spray area, “time out” sections for dogs, and DogiPot stations.


Albuquerque: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Albuquerque include: Bud Warren & Lady Dog Park, 10001 Universe NW; Rio Grande Triangle Park, 1451 Kit Carson SE; Canine Skyline Dog Park, 12700 Montgomery NE; Roosevelt Park, 500 Spruce SE; Coronado Dog Park, 301 McKnight NW; Santa Fe Village Dog Park, 5700 Bogart NW; Kirtland Dog Park, 2903 University Blvd SE; Tom Bolack Urban Forest Park, 2000 Dakota NE; Los Altos Park, 821 Eubank NE; Tower Pond Park, Tower SW and 86th SW; Montessa Park, 3615 Los Picaros SE; USS Bullhead Park, 1606 San Pedro SE; North Domingo Baca, 7520 Corona NE; Westgate Dog Park, Cartagena & Valley View; and Ouray Dog Park, 7500 Ouray NW.

Gallup: City of Gallup Dog Park
The dog park is located at 801 South Second Street in Gallup, and features separate lighted play areas for small and large dogs, as well as animal drinking fountains in both play areas.

Las Cruces: Las Cruces Dog Park, North Hermosa and Hadley, Las Cruces, NM 88001
The dog park offers some seating, a small shaded area, and water stations.

Sante Fe: Eldorado Dog Park, 1 Hacienda Loop, Santa Fe, NM 87508
Eldorado Dog Park is located at the Community Center in Eldorado at Santa Fe, a community situated at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, approximately 25 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza. There are tables and benches, and shade covers to protect you from the sun. You will need a tag to bring your dog to the dog park.

Santa Fe: Frank S. Ortiz Dog Park, 160 Camino de Las Crucitas, Santa Fe, NM 87501
The only official dog park in Santa Fe, Frank S. Ortiz Dog Park has arroyos and hills, miles of paths, and commanding views of the town. The park is not fenced so dogs must be under voice control.


Albany: Dog Parks
The City of Albany has four dog parks: Westland Hills Dog Park on Colvin Avenue in Westland Hills Park; Hartman Road Dog Park, New Scotland Avenue and Hartman Road, adjacent to the Community Garden; Normanskill Farm Dog Park, Delaware Avenue, just before the bridge to Delmar; and Department of General Services Dog Park, Erie Boulevard, north of Huck Finn’s Warehouse and the 1-90 bridge overpass. The parade ground in Washington Park also serves as an informal dog park -- it doesn't have fencing.

Albany: Downtown Dog Park
The dog park is the work of the Downtown Albany Business Improvement District, which planned and funded it. The park is in Wallenberg Park, the slice of land that sits diagonally from The Palace, up against the on-ramp for I-787. The 15,000-square-foot enclosure will be open dawn to dusk, seven days a week.

Amherst: Paw Park, 550 Smith Road, Amherst, NY 14228
Paw Park offers separate areas for small and large dogs.

Brooklyn: Fort Greene Park, DeKalb Avenue & Washington Park, Brooklyn, NY
Dogs are allowed off-leash before 9 a.m. and after 9 p.m.

Brooklyn: Hillside Dog Park
The dog park is located in Brooklyn Heights, bordering DUMBO, two blocks from the Brooklyn Bridge, bounded by Middagh St, Vine Street and Columbia Heights. This spacious tree-lined dog run— measures about two acres—, with a few gentle hills, plenty of grass, and fresh woodchip-covered ground, as well as a few hoses and drinking fountains designed for both pets and owners. There's a baby pool for pups to cool off, and several benches and picnic tables sit in the shade near a cluster of trees.

Brooklyn: Prospect Park
Prospect Park offers wide-open spaces for dogs to roam and includes a place for dogs to swim: the Long Meadow Dog Beach at the Pools. Off-Leash Hours are 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and 5 to 9 a.m. daily in these areas: Long Meadow, Nethermead, Peninsula. Dogs must be leashed at all other times. Dogs should not be off-leash during off-leash hours if they are not responsive to voice command. Only dogs are allowed to swim at Dog Beach, and they must be leashed except at off-leash hours. The Dog Beach is located near the Long Meadow ballfields, most easily accessible from the 9th Street entrance to the Park.

Elmira: Eldridge Park Dog Park
Small, bark covered, fully fenced single dog area with running water, large covered area, just NW of the baseball diamonds (and difficult to find if you don't know this).

Ithaca: Cass Park Dog Run, 701 Taughannock Blvd., Ithaca, NY 14850
Very large, grassy, often muddy, fully fenced with 4ft chain link, separate small and large dog areas with running water, some trees, no covered areas.<

Lake George: Dog Park at the Lake George Recreation Center, 124 Transfer Road, Lake George, NY 12845
The dog park includes two fenced in sections, one for small dogs, 14 inches and less to shoulder, and one for large dogs, more than 14 inches to shoulder. There is a watering station on site, running tubes, benches for doggie parents and pet waste removal stations to keep things tidy. Village workers will be constructing a permanent structure to provide shade.

Lido Beach: Nickerson Beach Park Dog Run, 880 Lido Boulevard, Lido Beach, NY
The dog run includes separate areas for big and small dogs and is located across the parking lot from the Fun Zone. Dogs are not allowed on the beach or in any County parks or preserves, with the exception of the dog runs.

Liverpool: Wegmans Good Dog Park, Onondaga Lake Park, 49 Cold Springs Trail, Liverpool, NY 13090
Wegmans Good Dog Park is located in the Cold Springs section of Onondaga Lake Park and is open from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week year-round. Small dogs have the choice of mixing with the big dogs or can play in a separate area for dogs under 25 lbs.

Montgomery: Dog Park at Thomas Bull Memorial Park, 211 State Route 416, Montgomery, NY 12549
This fenced-in off-leash area is approximately 1.5 acres and features separate areas for "Small Dogs" and "All Dogs," water fountains, benches and shade areas. The landscape of the park has contrasts of flat open areas and rolling hills for dogs of all sizes to enjoy.

Nassau County: Dog Runs
Dog runs are located in the following Nassau County parks: Bay Park, First Avenue, East Rockaway; Cedar Creek Park, Merrick Road east of Wantagh Avenue, Seaford; Nickerson Beach Park, 880 Lido Blvd., Lido Beach; Wantagh Park, 1 King Road, just south of Merrick Road off the Wantagh Parkway, Wantagh; Eisenhower Park, Merrick and Stewart Avenues, East Meadow; Old Bethpage Village Restoration, Old Bethpage, 1303 Round Swamp Road, Old Bethpage; and Christopher Morley Park, Searingtown Road, south of the L.I.E., Roslyn-North Hills.

New York: New York City Dog Runs
Dog runs in NYC parks include: Bronx Park Off-Leash Area, Unionport & Sagamore on Bronx Park East to 233rd Street; Claremont Park Off-Leash Area; Crotona Park Off-Leash Area; Devoe Park Off-Leash Area, 192nd & Jerome Avenue; Ewen Park Dog Run, Riverdale to Johnson avenues, south of West 232nd Street; Frank S. Hackett Park Dog Run, Riverdale Avenue at Henry Hudson Parkway; Franz Sigel Park Dog Run, Center of the park, just north of the ballfields which would line up with around 155th Street; Henry Hudson Park Off-Leash Area, Kappock Street and Independence Avenue; Hylan Park Off-Leash Area; Joseph Rodham Drake Park Off-Leash Area; Mullaly Park Off-Leash Area; Pelham Bay Park Off-Leash Area, Middletown Road & Stadium Avenue, northwest of parking lot; Richman (Echo) Park Off-Leash Area; Riverdale Park Off-Leash Area, Palisade Avenue from West 232 Street to West 254 Street; Seton Park Dog Run, West 232nd Street & Independence Avenue; Siren Slope Park Off-Leash Area, Bailey Avenue and West 230 Street; Spuyten Duyvil Park Off-Leash Area, Palisade Avenue and Independence Avenue; St. James Park Off-Leash Area, 92nd & Jerome Avenue; St. Mary's Dog Run, Near corner of Cypress Ave and East 143rd St; Tremont Park Off-Leash Area; University Woods Park Off-Leash Area; Van Cortlandt Park Dog Run, Broadway and 252 Street; Wallenberg Forest Park Off-Leash Area, Palisade Avenue, Douglas Avenue, West 235 Street; and Williamsbridge Oval Dog Run, 3225 Reservoir Oval East.

New York: Battery Park City Dog Runs
Battery Park City is home to three dog runs: North End Avenue Island Dog Run, Warren Street; Sirius Dog Run, located on Kowsky Plaza, and West Thames Street Dog Run, South of West Thames at Little West Street.

New York: Carl Schurz Park Dog Runs, East 84th to East 89th Street at East End Avenue, New York, NY
Carl Schurz Park offers two dog runs, one for small dogs and one for large dogs. These are the only areas in the Park where unleashed dogs can exercise and play.

New York: Central Park
In Central Park, from dawn until 9 a.m. and from 9 p.m. until park closing, dogs can be off-leash in any area that is not off-limits to dogs during other times of the day. Dogs are welcomed in most areas of the park when leashed. Signs throughout the park indicate areas where dogs are never allowed (e.g. the Sheep Meadow) and areas where dogs must be on leash at all times (e.g. the Ramble and the Bridle Path).

New York: Chelsea Waterside Park Dog Run, West 23rd & 11th Ave. at Chelsea Waterside, New York, NY
Chelsea Waterside Dog Run features double-gated safety vestibule with fences all around, fresh running water generally available for pets from mid-April through early November, benches and trash cans, and special play features for dogs as well.

New York: Dewitt Clinton Park Dog Run
The dog run is located in the Dewitt Clinton Park on the southwest corner near West 52nd Street & 11th Avenue.

New York: Hudson River Park Dog Runs
Hudson River Park offers four off-leash locations: Chelsea Waterside Dog Park, W 23rd and 11 Ave. at Chelsea Waterside in Chelsea; Pier 84 Dog Park, cross at W 44th St. at Pier 84 in Maritime Entertainment District; Leroy Street Dog Park, cross at Morton St. at Pier 40 in Greenwich Village; and Tribeca Dog Park, at Pier 26 in Tribeca.

New York: Tompkins Square Dog Run AKA First Run, Tomkins Square Park
First Run is located in New York City along the 9th Street path in Tompkins Square Park between Avenue A & Avenue B. The dog run is open 365 days a year from 6 a.m. to midnight.

New York: Fort Tryon Park Dog Run AKA Sir William's Dog Run
The Dog Run is located in Fort Tryon Park near the Cloisters and the playground near Broadway and Dyckman.

New York: Astro's Dog Run
Astro's Dog Run is located in mid-town (Hell’s Kitchen) close to the Lincoln Tunnel, 10th Ave. @ 39th St., New York, NY. There is a fee of $35 per year for a key to this gated dog playground.

New York: Madison Square Park Dog Run
The dog run is located at 24th Street, at the Western side of Madison Square Park.

New York: Mercer-Houston Dog Run
The dog run is located at Mercer St. at Houston St. Membership is required.

New York: Union Square Park Dog Run
The dog run is located at the South West side of Union Square Park, West 15th Street and Union Square West.

New York: 72nd Street Riverside Park Dog Run, 72nd Street & Riverside Drive, New York, NY
The 72nd Street Dog Run is a permanent off-leash dog park in Riverside Park.

New York: West Village D.O.G. Run
The dog run is located at Little West 12th Street between Washington Street and 10th Avenue. Membership is open to everyone and costs $75 per year.

Roslyn-North Hills: Christopher Morley Park Dog Run, 500 Searingtown Rd. (North of LIE), Roslyn-North Hills, NY
The dog run is located on the north side of the parking lot by the Christopher Morley "Knothole" and is open year round.

Seaford: Cedar Creek Park Dog Run, Merrick Road east of Wantagh Avenue, Seaford, NY
The dog run is located just down from the park's administration building and includes separate areas for big and small dogs.

Suffolk County: Dog Parks
Dog Parks are available at the following Suffolk County Parks: Blydenburgh County Park, Smithtown; West Hills County Park, Huntington; Robinson Duck Farm Park, Brookhaven; Mud Creek County Park, East Patchogue; and Cherry Avenue Dog Park, West Sayville.

Wantagh: Wantagh Park Dog Run, 1 King Road, just south of Merrick Road, Wantagh, NY
The dog run is located just up from the administation building; it includes separate areas for big and small dogs.


Asheville: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Asheville: French Broad River Park Dog Park, 508 Riverview Dr.; and Azalea Dog Park, 395 Azalea Rd.

Boone: Watauga Humane Society Dog Park
The dog park is located along Don Hayes Road, between Rutherwood Baptist Church and the Boone Stockyard, about four miles from Boone off Old Highway 421 South. The dog park consists of approximately 3.5 acres of fenced land. There is a smaller section, about 1/2 acre, for smaller dogs. Annual Pooch Passes are valid for one year from the date of purchase

Carrboro: Hank Anderson III Community Park Dog Park, Highway 54, west of Carrboro past Carrboro Plaza, Carrboro, NC
Hank Anderson III Community Park is a 54 acre recreational area of gently-rolling hills just west of Carrboro, NC. There is a fenced-in dog park by the park entrance, on the left right after you drive in.

Cary: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Cary: Cary Dog Park at Godbold Park, 2050 Northwest Maynard Road, near the corner of Northwest Maynard and Chapel Hill Roads; and Cary Dog Park at Jack Smith Park, 9725 Penny Road, at the corner of Holly Springs Road and Penny Road. Pet owners can purchase an annual membership or day pass at any Cary community center.

Catawba County: Dog Parks
Catawba County offers two fenced dog parks: Riverbend Park Dog Park, 6700 N NC Hwy 16, Conover; and St. Stephens Park Dog Park, 2247 36th Ave NE, Hickory. Dog parks include waste stations, benches, tables, and shelters to protect users from the sun or rain. Entrances are double gated for safe leashing and unleashing.

Chapel Hill: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Chapel Hill: Homestead Dog Park in Homestead Park, 100 Aquatic Drive; and Southern Community Dog Park in Southern Community Park, 1000 Dogwood Acres drive (southern entrance).

Charlotte: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Charlotte/Mecklenburg County include: Frazier Park Dog Park, along I-77 near West Trade and Sycamore Streets, Charlotte; Swaney Pointe K-9 Park, located at Ramsey Creek Park, 18441 Nantz Road, Cornelius; Barkingham Park, located at Reedy Creek Park, 2900 Rocky River Road, Charlotte; Ray's Fetching Meadow, located at McAlpine Creek Community Park, 8711 Monroe Road, Charlotte; Davie Dog Park, located at William R. Davie District Park, 4635 Pineville-Matthews Road, Charlotte; and Shuffletown Park Dog Park, 9500 Bellhaven Boulevard, Charlotte.

Clemmons: Tanglewoof Dog Park at Tanglewood Park, 4061 Clemmons Rd, Clemmons, NC 27012
The dog park is a 2.3 acre fenced area in Tanglewood Park. Part of the area is fenced for small dogs and another larger area for big dogs. Dogs 25 pounds and heavier are considered “large” and are designated 1.75 acres of the park. Dogs 25 pounds and lighter are considered “small” and are designated 0.60 acres of the park. The dog park is free to the public and is located across from the RV Campground.

Concord: Weddington Road Bark Park, 8955 Weddington Rd., Concord, NC 28027
Weddington Road Bark Park features small and large dog off-leash areas, a children's playground, restrooms, and a connection to local hotels and businesses via the Hector H. Henry, II Greenway.

Cornelius: Swaney Pointe K-9 Park at Ramsey Creek Park (Lake Norman), 18441 Nantz Road, Cornelius, NC 28078
The 4-acre dog park has two separate fenced-in secure sections - one for dogs greather than20lbs (large) and another for dogs less than 20lbs (small).

Durham: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Durham include: Piney Wood Dog Park, 400 E. Woodcroft Pkwy.; Northgate Dog Park, 300 W. Club Blvd., on the north side of the Park, off of Lavender Ave. (the old Jaycee ball field); and Downtown Durham Dog Park, located at the corner of Roxboro and Elliott streets.

Fayetteville: Riverside Dog Park, 555 N. Eastern Blvd., Fayetteville, NC 28301
The dog park includes a small enclosure for small dogs that weigh less than 25 pounds and another, larger area set aside for larger dogs.

Forsyth County: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Forsyth County: Tanglewoof Dog Park at Tanglewood Park, Clemmons; and Happy Hounds Dog Park at Horizons Park, Rural Hall.

Fuquay-Varina: Fuquay-Varina Downtown Dog Park
The dog park has a large breed area (30 pounds and up) and small breed area (under 30 pounds). Sanitary stations, benches and water stations. Lots of shade and play for for your furry friends.

Greensboro: Bark Park at Country Park, 3905 Nathanael Green Dr., Greensboro, NC 27455
Bark Park is an off-leash dog park located within Country Park.

Kure Beach: Gurney Hood Barking Lot, Joe Eakes Park, the corner of K and 7th Avenue, Kure Beach, NC
Gurney Hood Barking Lot (Dog Park) is the only public area in Kure Beach where you can let your dog off its' leash to romp and play.

Mills River: Mills River Dog Park, 124 Town Center Dr., Mills River, NC 28759
Mills River Dog Park offers separate fenced in areas for large and small dogs, and always fresh running water.

New Bern: Down East Dog Park, 332 Glenburnie Drive, New Bern, NC
Down East Dog Park is located at the entrance of Glenburnie Park and features two separate fenced-in areas with one for small dogs and the other for big dogs. Access to the park is granted to registered dogs and their owners only.

Raleigh: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Raleigh include: Carolina Pines Dog Park, 2305 Lake Wheeler Rd.; Millbrook Exchange Off Leash Dog Park, 1905 Spring Forest Rd.; Oakwood Dog Park, 910 Brookside Dr.; Jaycee Park, 2405 Wade Ave.; and Buffaloe Road Athletic Park, 5812 Buffaloe Rd.

Raleigh: Carolina Pines Park Dog Park, 2305 Lake Wheeler Rd, Raleigh, NC 27603
The dog park has fenced areas for both large and small dogs.

Raleigh: Millbrook Dog Park, 1905 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, NC 27609
Millbrook Dog Park is located within Millbrook Exchange Park. The dog park is composed of three separate fenced-in areas: the "Large" Dog Park area; the "Small" Dog Park area, a smaller area that is reserved for small, elderly, or infirm dogs; and the Picnic Shelter area, a separate section situated between the Large Dog Park Area and the Small Dog Park Area, that provides a double-entry gate system for the two park areas.

Raleigh: Oakwood Park Dog Park, 910 Brookside Drive, Raleigh, NC 27604
The Dog Park at Oakwood Park is located next to the old Oakwood Cemetery in Historic Oakwood. There are fenced areas for both large and small dogs.

Rocky Mount: Rocky Mount Dog Park
The dog park consists of nine acres divided into three fenced areas: one for small dogs and two for large dogs. Small dog area: 2.11 acres devoted to small dogs weighing less than 25 pounds. Large dog area: 3.09 acres designed for active dogs weighing more than 25 pounds. Large dog flex area: 3.44 acres designed for active dogs weighing more than 25 pounds.

Rural Hall: Happy Hounds Dog Park, Horizons Park, 2835 Memorial Industrial School Rd., Rural Hall, NC 27045
Happy Hounds Dog Park contains separate fenced areas -- one for small dogs and another larger area for big dogs.

Southern Pines: Martin Park Off Leash Dog Park, 350 Commerce Avenue, Southern Pines, NC 28387
Martin Park is an off leash dog park of more than 50 acres and includes streams, trails, wooded areas, open spaces with seating, nature trails and a creek. The park is only partially fenced.

Wake Forest: Flaherty Dog Park, 1100 N. White St., Wake Forest, NC
The dog park is approximately two acres in size and is located adjacent to the Flaherty Park baseball and softball fields.

Wilkesboro: Hidden Oaks Dog Park, Cub Creek Park, 206 S. Bridge St., Wilkesboro, NC 28697
The Hidden Oaks Dog Park is located on an acre tract inside of Cub Creek Park and is broken into two areas ~ one for large breeds and the other for smaller breeds.

Wilmington: Empie Dog Park, 3405 Park Avenue, Wilmington, NC
The Dog Park is located within Empie Park, behind SteinMart on the corner of Oleander Drive and Independence Boulevard.

Winston-Salem: Washington Park Dog Park, 1490 S. Broad St., Winston-Salem, NC
The dog park is located in Washington Park.


Bismarck: Century Bark Park, 700 E. Century Avenue, Bismarck, ND
Century Bark Park has three dog park fields: Big Paws Field, for dogs over 30 pounds; Wiggly Field, for dogs 30 pounds and under; and Fetch Field, for all dogs (training and obedience area).

Fargo: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Fargo include: Brandt Crossing, 5009 33rd Avenue S; Dike East, 100 2nd Street S; Village West Park with Dog Park, 4415 9th Avenue Circle S; and Yunker Farm Park & Dog Park, 1201 28th Avenue N.


Akron: B.A.R.C Akron Dog Park, 499 Memorial Parkway, Akron, OH 44310
Akron Dog Park features include: free admission, year round operation, off street parking, secure double gated entry /exit, separate small dog and large dog spaces, fenced in grass and gravel terrain for running and play space, agility obstacles and doggie play equipment, waste disposal stations (including complimentary bags), bench seating and shaded areas, doggie drink station with fresh running water (seasonal).

Athens: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Athens. The West State Dog Park is located behind the softball fields and main concession stand on West State Street. The East State Street Dog Park is located just off of East State Street at the intersection of Park Drive and East State Street, just before the Athens City Pool.

Blanchester: Tom Harvey Memorial Dog Park, 11704 State Route 730, Blanchester, OH 45107
Tom Harvey Memorial Dog Park offers nine acres, all fenced: five-acre grass area with swimming pond, four acres of shaded woods with walking paths. Benches, picnic tables, fresh water.

Cincinnati: Kellogg Park Dog Field, 6701 Kellogg Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Kellogg Park Dog Field is a 4 acre dog park featuring an area for all-sized dogs and another designed for small dogs.

Cincinnati: Armleder Dog Park, 5057 Wooster Pike Cincinnati, OH 45226
Located at the Otto Armleder Memorial Park & Recreation Complex, the 10-acre dog park features areas for large and small breeds, a canine shower and dog drinking fountains.

Cincinnati: Mt. Airy Forest Dog Park
Located at Mt. Airy Forest's Highpoint Picnic Area on Westwood Northern Blvd. between Montana Avenue and North Bend Road, the two-acre dog park atop a shady hill has picnic tables, agility equipment and baby pools for splashing.

Cincinnati: Washington Park Dog Park, 1230 Elm St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Washington Park Dog Park offers unique features for visitors and their pets, such as a water creek for the dogs to play in, large granite boulders, and a water fountain with fresh water for the pet owners and a spout close to the ground for dogs.

Cleveland: Downtown Dog Park, 1505 Merwin Ave., Cleveland, OH 44113
The dog park is located in Settler's Landing Park, an open area adjacent to the RTA station on the eastern bank of the Cuyahoga River.

Cleveland: Off-leash dog park at West 11th and Clark
This gated off-leash dog park at West 11th and Clark is approximately one acre. Fresh water and shade are available, and the park includes benches and trees. Friends of Clark Field maintains the park.

Cleves: Simmonds Family Dog Park
The Cincinnati region’s largest dog park, Simmonds Family Dog Park features four separate fields, including an all-season play field, and dog agility equipment and play zones.

Columbus: Dog Parks
There are five parks that have off-the-leash areas: Big Walnut Dog Park, 5000 E. Livingston Ave., Columbus; Godown Dog Park, 6099 Godown Rd., Columbus; Spindler Dog Park, 2121 Spindler Rd., Hilliard; Three Creeks Dog Park, 2748 Spangler Rd., Columbus; and Wheeler Dog Park, 725 Thurber Drive West, Columbus.

Crosby Township: Miami Whitewater Forest Dog Park, 9001 Mt. Hope Rd. Crosby Township, OH 45030
Miami Whitewater Forest includes an 11-acre dog park with play fields, an all-season area and a dog agility course.

Dayton: Bark Park, 6794 Webster St., Dayton, OH 45414
Bark Park is located at the corner of Webster St. and Wyse Rd which is part of the newly built extension of Webster St. that runs between Little York and Stop Eight Rds.

Findlay: K-9 Field of Dreams Dog Park, Riverbend Recreation Area, 16618 Township Road 208, Findlay, OH
Located at Riverbend Recreation Area, K-9 Field of Dreams Dog Park is an off-leash dog run area, approximately one acre in size and open sunrise to sunset, every day of the year.

Gahanna: Pizzurro Park Dog Park, 940 Pizzurro Park Way, Gahanna, OH 43230
The dog park is a 4 acre fenced area where dogs may run off-leash. It includes a fenced area for small dogs, 25 lbs. or less, and an agility area for all dogs.

Granville: Granville Village Dog Park at Wildwood Park, 799 W Broadway, Granville, OH 43023
The dog park is located at the southwest corner of Wildwood Park on the west side of Granville.

Lakewood: Lakewood Dog Park, 1699 Valley Parkway, Lakewood, OH 44107
The dog park is located in Lakewood, just south of the Emerald Necklace Marina in the Rocky River Reservation of the Cleveland Metropark and adjacent to the City of Lakewood Waste Water Treatment Plant on the East side of Metropark Drive/Valley Parkway.

Lewis Center: Alum Creek Dog Park, 3993 Hollenback Rd., Lewis Center, OH 43035
The Alum Creek Dog Park features separate fenced-in areas for small dogs and large dogs, as well as separate beach areas for small and large dogs.

Springfield: Wiggley Field Dog Park, Old Reid Park, 1545 Pumphouse Road, Springfield, OH Located in Old Reid Park, Wiggley Field features separate areas for small dogs and large dogs.

Stow: Bow Wow Beach Dog Park at Silver Springs Park, 5070 Stow Rd, Stow, OH 44224
This 7.5 acre fenced-in dog park includes a 3 acre lake with a beach, a dog washing area, and a separate small dog area for dogs 35 pounds and under. Bow Wow Beach is open from March 15 through December 1.

West Chester: Wiggly Field Dog Park at Voice of America MetroPark, 7850 VOA Park Dr., West Chester, OH 45069
Located near the Athletic Field Complex within Voice of America MetroPark, the dog park has two fenced areas (one for large dogs and one for small dogs), benches, and shade structures. All dogs must be licensed, have current vaccinations, wear a collar with identification, and not show signs of aggression.

Westerville: Brooksedge Park Bark Park, 708 Park Meadow Drive, Westerville, Ohio 43081
The Bark Park is located in Brookedge Park south of Schrock Rd, east of Cleveland Avenue and west of Westerville Rd. The park offers separate areas for large dogs and small dogs.

Xenia: Scout Dog Park at Pierce Park, 618 Dayton-Xenia Road, Xenia, OH
Two acres of Pierce Park is fenced to enclose the Scout Dog Park where dogs run leash-free across an open field and a wooded hillside. A separate section is provided for small dog breeds. Park benches, a doggie shower and drinking fountain, and plenty of parking are provided at this popular facility.


Del City: Wiggly Field Dog Park, Ray Trent Park
Wiggly Field Dog Park is located on the north I-40 Service Road, just east of Sunnylane Road. Newly upgraded 3 acre dog park located in scenic Ray Trent Park and has a separate small dog area, and lots of trees, turf, lights, play equipment, chairs, water fountains, and paths.

Edmond: Edmond Dog Park, Bickham-Rudkin Park, E. 33rd St. & Rankin Terrace, Edmond, OK 73013
The dog park is located in the northwest corner of Bickham-Rudkin Park, 450 East 33rd Street.

Midwest City: Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park, 8700 E Reno Ave., Midwest City, OK 73110
Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park is a two-acre park with a water feature, rock formations and grassy mounds. Two covered entrances separate small and large breeds while the entire facility is surrounded by vinyl-covered fencing. A dog washing station is included.
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Norman: Norman Community Dog Park at Griffin Community Park, 1001 E. Robinson Street, Norman, OK
The Dog Park is a one & half acre, double gated, grass park with separate large and small dog areas.

Oklahoma City: Paw Park Dog Park, 3303 NW Grand Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73116
The Dog Park has two fenced play areas — one for dogs under 30 pounds and the seniors, and one for larger dogs. Water stations, trees, benches, lots of room to run and a pond make it the perfect play area! The Paw Park is bordered on the north by a Duck Pond. The Dog Park’s area of the pond has been roped off and a fine-grade gravel beach has been built to give dogs a large area for swimming and playing in the water.

Oklahoma City: Myriad Botanical Gardens Dog Park
The Myriad Botanical Gardens has an off-leash dog park located on the east side, off Reno Avenue.

Tulsa: Dog Parks
The City of Tulsa has two dog parks; Benjamin's Biscuit Acres Dog Park, Inside Hunter Park, 5804 E. 91st Street; and Joe Station Dog Park, 2279 Charles Page Blvd.

Tulsa: Biscuit Acres Dog Park, East 91st St S, Tulsa, OK 74137
Biscuit Acres Bark Park is an off-leash area located within Hunter Park.

Tulsa: Joe Station Dog Park, 2279 Charles Page Blvd., Tulsa, OK 74127
Tulsa's first official off-leash dog park, Bark Park has segregated areas for large and small dogs. Park features restrooms, water, dog pools, shaded seating areas, and night lights


Off-Leash Areas in Oregon State Parks
Pets on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in Oregon State Parks. The following parks have designated off-lead areas: Cascadia State Park, Champoeg State Heritage Area, Elijah Bristow State Park, Farewell Bend State Park, Jasper State Recreation Site, LaPine State Park, Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site, McVay State Recreation, Milo McIver State Park, Molalla River State Park, Rooster Rock State Park, Silver Falls State Park, Stub Stewart State Park, The Cove Palisades State Park, Willamette Mission State Park.

Aloha: Hazeldale Park Dog Park, SW Farmington Rd, Aloha, OR 97007
Hazeldale Park's off-leash dog park is a fenced, two-acre grass and dirt area at the south end of the park with benches, disposal bags, and a water fountain. The all-season area is open year-round; the grass areas are open April through October.

Ashland: The Dog Park
The Dog Park is located just off West Nevada Street behind the Ashland Greenhouse and Nursery. Water and scoopers are available on site.

Beaverton: Winkelman Park Dog Park, 10139 SW 175th Ave., Beaverton, OR 97007
Winkelman Park is best known as one of the park district’s three off-leash dog parks. The two-acre dog park is in the northeast corner of the park, with separate fenced areas for large and small dogs.

Bend: Dog Off-Leash Areas
Bend has eight dog off -leash areas within the following local parks: Big Sky, 21690 Neff Road; Discovery Park, 1315 NW Discovery Park Drive; Riverbend Park, 799 SW Columbia St., river access available; Ponderosa Community Park, 225 SE 15th St.; Bob Wenger Memorial Off-Leash Area at Pine Nursery Park, NE Purcell Rd.; Hollinshead Community Park, 1235 NE Jones Rd.; Overturf Butte Reservoir, Skyliner Summit Loop; and Awbrey Reservoir, NW 10th and Trenton. There are fenced small dog areas at the Riverbend, Pine Nursery and Ponderosa Park off-leash areas. The criteria for small dogs is less than 15 inches at the shoulder and under 25 pounds.

Canby: Molalla River State Park, Canby Ferry Road, Canby, OR 97013
Molalla River State Park has a pet exercise area where dogs are allowed to run off-leash.

Corvallis: Off-Leash Dog Parks
Dogs are allowed off-leash in designated areas in the following parks: Corvallis **Fenced** Dog Park - entire enclosed area at 3rd & B Streets; Bald Hill Park - areas north and west of the barn only; Chip Ross Park - entire park is off-leash; Martin Luther King Jr. Park - open fields south of the multi-modal path, except ball fields; Willamette Park - entire park except sports fields, playground and shelter areas; Woodland Meadow Park - west side of the park only; and Crystal Lake Sports Fields - turf areas from November to March only, dogs must be on leash near the boat ramp. Most off-leash areas are not fenced; for their safety, make sure your dogs are well trained before taking them to an off-leash park.

Eugene: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Eugene include: Alton Baker Park Dog Park, behind Autzen Stadium; Amazon Park (large and small dog park), 29th Avenue and Amazon Parkway; Candlelight Park Dog Park, Royal and Candlelight Street; and Wayne Morse Family Farm, Crest Drive and Lincoln Street.

Eugene: Lola's Park in Amazon Park
Located within Amazon Park, Lola's Park is restricted to dogs under 25 pounds.

Hillsboro: Hondo Dog Park, 4499 NW Century Blvd., Hillsboro OR
The city of Hillsboro public dog park is located across from Hillsboro Stadium—near the intersection of Evergreen and 229th avenue. The park is one of the largest in the area and includes many of the latest dog park amenities, including a small/timid dog area.

Medford: Bear Creek Park Dog Park
The Dog Park is a 2 acre fenced off-leash area with water, covered picnic table and natural track. It is located in Bear Creek Park at the corner of Highland Drive and Barnett Road, near I-5 Exit 27.

Medford: Hawthorne Park Dog Park, 501 E. Main Street, Medford, OR
The dog park has an enclosed area for small dogs and one for larger animals.

Portland Off-Leash Areas
Portland Park & Recreation’s dog off-leash areas (DOLAs) provide a wide variety of recreation options for dogs and their owners, including fenced and unfenced locations.

Portland: PCC Rock Creek Dog Park, 17705 NW Springville Rd., Portland, OR 97229
The dog park is located at PCC Rock Creek, a 32-acre multipurpose recreational facility built from a partnership with Portland Community College.

Salem: Dog Parks
The following parks have off-leash areas for dogs: Minto-Brown Island Park, 2200 Minto Island Rd SW; Orchard Heights Park, 1165 Orchard Heights Road NW; and Cascade Gateway Park, 2100 Turner Rd SE.

Tigard: Dog Parks
There are three dog parks in Tigard: Ash Avenue Dog Park, corner of SW Burnham and SW Ash in Downtown Tigard; Potso Dog Park, Wall Street off Hunziker; and Summerlake Park Dog Park, 11450 SW Winterlake Drive.


Allegheny County: Off Leash Dog Areas
Dog parks are located in the following parks: Harwood Acres Park, 200 Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh, near the amphitheater; North Park, rotates between two areas: Pearce Mill Road, Pearce Mill Road and Walter Road; and South Park, 100 Buffalo Drive, off Maple Springs Drive, South Park.

Conneaut Lake: Conneaut Lake Bark Park, 12810 Foust Rd, Conneaut Lake, PA 16316
Conneaut Lake Bark Park, is a 65 (or so) acre dog park with kenneling, landra-mutt (dog bathing), grooming, doggie day care, off leash areas, diving dock and even a pet cemetery. It is located in northwestern PA approximately six miles west of Exit 147B on I-79. Membership is required.

Fort Washington: MonDaug Bark Park in the Mondauk Manor Park, 1130 Camphill Road, Fort Washington, PA 19034
MonDaug Bark Park is one acre divided into two fenced off sections where dogs can run and play off-leash. There is one section for small dogs and one section for large dogs. Water is not provided at the park.

Lancaster: Beau's Dream Dog Park at Buchanan Park
Beau's Dream Dog Park at Buchanan Park includes splash pads for large and small dogs, custom designed spray nozzles, a roller-coaster inspired footbridge and a tennis ball tree.

Lancaster: Overlook Dog Park
The Overlook Dog Park is located in the Overlook Park in Manhiem Township at 2215 Fruitville Pike in Lancaster, PA.

Mechanicsburg: Lower Allen Dog Park, Lower Allen Community Park, 4075 Lisburn Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Located within the Lower Allen Community Park, the Dog Park is two fenced areas for small (under 30 lbs) and large (over 30lb) dogs.

Monroeville: Heritage Park Dog Park
Located in Heritage Park off Saunders Station Road, the Dog Park is a fenced-in area with plenty of trees, a doggie-level water fountain (along with tall and short human-level water fountains), and a doggie-bag dispenser.

Philadelphia: Chester Avenue Dog Park
The Chester Avenue Dog Park is a members-only dog park located in West Philadelphia on the southeast corner of 48th Street and Chester Avenue.

Philadelphia: Roxborough Dog Park, 4117 Mitchell St, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Roxborough Dog Park is a volunteer run dog park.

Philadelphia: Orianna Hill Dog Park, 901-13 N. Orianna St., Philadelphia, PA 19123
Orianna Hill Park is a privately owned community garden and dog run located between 3rd and 4th Streets in the Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia: Columbus Square Dog Park, 1200 Wharton St., Philadelphia, PA 19147
The dog park is a fenced area with stumps for dogs to jump on.

Philadelphia: Schuylkill River Park Dog Run
Schuylkill River Park Dog Run is located on 25th Street between Pine and Locust Streets in Center City Philadelphia. The dog run is the only area in Schuylkill River Park where dogs are permitted to be off-leash.

Pittsburgh: Off-Leash Exercise Areas
Citiparks offers several special areas where your dog can legally run without a leash: Allegheny Commons Park (West Commons), Central Northside; Bernard Dog Run, Lawrenceville; Frick Park, Squirrel Hill; Olympia Park, Mount Washington; Riverfront Park, South Side; and Riverview Park, Perry North.

Pittsburgh: Hartwood Acres Park Off-Leash Dog Area, 200 Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Leashed dogs are also permitted to join their owners at a variety of free outdoor music and dance events at the stage.

Pittsburgh: Upper Frick Park Off-Leash Exercise Area, Beechwood Blvd. and Nicholson St. (Squirrel Hill), Pittsburgh, PA
The Off-Leash Exercise Area in Frick Park is located about a half mile past the Blue Slide playground on Riverview Trail. Water fountains and bags for waste disposal are available all along this trail.

Pittsburgh: River View Park Off-Leash Dog Park
River View Park is located four miles north of Downtown in the neighborhood of Perry North.

Somerset: Jager and Friends Dog Park
Somerset, PA’s first off-leash dog park, Jager and Friends Dog Park is maintained via donations and aims to provide a safe, enjoyable area for local dogs and their owners to enjoy playing outside.

State College: Tudek Dog Park, Tom Tudek Memorial Park
The Tudek Dog Park, located at 425 Park Crest Lane, is part of the Tom Tudek Memorial Park and accessible from Park Crest Lane (off Martin Street) in Ferguson Township. The Tudek Dog Park is the only off-leash area in the Centre Region municipal parks system.

White Oak: White Oak Park Off-Leash Dog Area
White Oak Park is located 15 miles southeast of downtown Pittsburgh in White Oak. The park has a fenced, off-leash dog area.

York: Canine Meadows Off-Leash Dog Area, John Rudy County Park
Located in John Rudy County Park, the dog park has a small dog area for dogs up to 30 pounds and a large dog area for dogs over 30 pounds.


Barrington: Barrington Dog Park at Haines Park
Barrington Paw Park located behind the baseball fields on the western side of Haines Park. This is a user-funded, community park open to all owners of licensed, non-aggressive dogs.

Newport: Newport Dog Park, 102 Connell Hwy., Newport, RI 02840
The Dog Park has separate areas for small dogs and big dogs. No water available please bring your own.

Pawtucket: Pawtucket Dog Park
The dog park is located in Slater Park, just behind the Looff Carousel which is across from the duck pond in the center of the park.

Providence: Waterman St. Dog Park, 19 Luzon Ave., Providence, RI 02906
The dog park has a fenced area for small dogs only.


Charleston County: Dog Parks
Dog Park locations in Charleston County include: James Island County Park, 871 Riverland Drive, Charleston; North Charleston Wannamaker County Park, 8888 University Blvd., North Charleston; and Mount Pleasant Palmetto Islands County Park, 444 Needlerush Parkway, Mount Pleasant. Each dog park features large and small dog sections, and the dog park at James Island County Park has a large lake in which your dog can swim and play.

Columbia: Sesquicentennial State Park Dog Park, 9564 Two Notch Rd/, Columbia, SC 29223
There is also a dog park available at Sesquicentennial State Park. The dog park is a 2-acre, fenced-in area for dogs to run off-leash. To access the off-leash dog park, a permit is required for each dog, available at the park office.

Greenville: Conestee Dog Park, 840 Mauldin Road, Greenville, SC
Conestee Dog Park is sectioned into 2 areas, a small dog run which is 14,000 square feet in size, and a large dog run which is over 30,000 square feet in size. Each area includes a double gated entry, naturalized areas, rounded fence corners to reduce canine conflict, benches, shade shelters, and potable running water.

Hilton Head: Chaplin Community Park Dog Park, 11 Cast Net Drive, Hilton Head
The Dog Park is located just off William Hilton Parkway between Singleton Beach Road and Burke's Beach Road.

Isle of Palms: Bark Park
The Bark Park is located on 29th Avenue behind the Recreation Center in Isle of Palms. All dogs must have current rabies vaccinations and wear current tags

Murrells Inlet: Freeway Park
The dog park is 3 acres completely fenced and safe for dogs of all ages and sizes. There is a clean pond for swimming and all the comforts of home for dogs and owners to enjoy. Fees are $5.00 daily per pet (limit 2 dogs per person).

Myrtle Beach: Barc Parcs
Myrtle Beach has two off-leash dog parks: Barc Parc South, off Mallard Lake Drive near Grand Park and The Market Common; and Barc Park North, adjacent to the Claire Chapin Epps Family YMCA on 62nd Avenue North Extension. Both parks are fully fenced. North Barc Parc offers separate areas for large and small dogs.

Surfside Beach: Bark Park
The Bark Park is located on Pine Drive next to Library in Surfside Beach, SC.


Brookings: Bark Park
Located on 12th St S. directly east of the Wildfire Cheer building, Bark Park has 3 fenced in areas for small dogs, large dogs, and an agility course area for dogs. The off-leash areas encompasses approximately 11,000 square feet.

Rapid City: Off-Leash Dog Parks
Dog parks in Rapid City include: Braeburn Park, located west of the Cleghorn Springs Fish Hatchery at the hockey rink, 3350 Idlehurst Lane; Knollwood Drainage Area, located south of Interstate 90, north of Racine Street and west of LaCrosse Street; Robbinsdale Park, the undeveloped portion of the park located south of the picnic area, east of Harney Little League complex and north of Fairmont Boulevard, 631 E. Oakland Street; Memorial Park East, the portion of the greenway located south of New York Street between East Boulevard and Fifth Street, north of Rapid Creek; Vickie Powers Park, the posted area, 940 Kathryn Avenue; and Wilderness Park, the posted area, 514 City Springs Road.

Sioux Falls: Dog Parks
There are three dog parks in Sioux Falls: Spencer Park, 3501 South Cliff Avenue; Family Park Dog Park, 300 N. Ellis Road; and Lien Park, 2000 North Cliff Avenue.

Sioux Falls: Spencer Park Dog Park
The dog park offers areas for small dogs and big dogs, lots of shaded seating for humans, and a three tiered water fountain in the park.

Sioux Falls: Family Park Dog Park
The off-leash area offers two sections of approximately three acres of permanently fenced space. The new park amenities include fencing, concrete walkways, irrigated open space, bench seating, shade structures, drinking fountains, dog wash stations, and natural dog play features. Also, in the northeastern portion of Family Park, there is approximately 22 acres of open space to conduct dog training activities.


Chattanooga: Dog Parks
There are three off-leash dog areas in Chattanooga: Chattanooga Chew-Chew Canine Park, 1809 Reggie White Blvd. adjacent to the First Tennessee Pavilion; Heritage Park, 1428 Jenkins Road in East Brainerd; and Greenway Farm, 5150 Gann Store Road in Hixson.

Chattanooga: Greenway Farm Dog Park
The dog park is a large fenced-in off-leash area across from the bathrooms near the Hamill Road entrance and includes several agility ramps and water sources for dogs and owners.

Goodlettsville: Fenway's Dog Park
Located within Moss-Wright Park at 745 Caldwell Dr., the dog park is most easily accessed using the east entrance of Moss-Wright and immediately turning left. The park has separate areas for large and small dogs.

Hendersonville: Dog Park, 169 E Main St., Hendersonville, TN 37075
The dog park has a small dog area and a big dog area.

Knoxville: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Knoxville include: Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park, 5100 West Martin Mill Pike; Dogwood Park (located in Victor Ashe Park), 4901 Bradshaw Rd.; Holston River Petsafe Dog Park, 3300 Holston Hills Rd.; and PetSafe Downtown Dog Park, 200 S Central St.

Knoxville: Dogwood Park, Victor Ashe Park, 4901 Bradshaw Road, Knoxville, TN
Located in Victor Ashe Park, Dogwood Park is completely fenced, and features a puppy playground, which includes an inclined hill, a tunnel, a puppy jump, and even a water fountain made for dogs.

Knoxville: PetSafe Village Dog Park, 10424 PetSafe Way, Knoxville, TN
Knoxville's first public dog park, this 1-acre facility is an on leash park but offers off leash hours only in the evenings when the park is staffed. Features include a natural pond, full set of agility equipment, walking trails, doggy water fountain plus picnic tables and benches.

Memphis: The Outback Off-Leash Dog Park at Shelby Farms, 500 N Pine Lake Dr, Memphis, TN 38134
Entrances to the Outback are through Gates 11, 12 + 13 located on Trinity Road and Raleigh-Lagrange Road on the northeastern side of the Park. The Outback features a water fountain with a doggie bowl and a dog wash station. This is a multi-use area where dogs may be off leash but are likely to interact with hikers, cyclists, horses and runners.

Murfreesboro: Bark Park, 1540 W College St., Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Located off West College Street, the Murfreesboro Bark Park features separate areas for large and small breeds. Water is available during the warm weather season.

Nashville: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Nashville include: Warner Dog Park at Edwin Warner Park, 50 Vaughn Road, across from the sports complex; Shelby Dog Park, Shelby Avenue at S. 20th Street, behind the Shelby Park Community Center; Centennial Dog Park, 2500 West End Avenue, on Flag Pole Hill; Pitts Dog Park, 299 Tusculum Road; Two Rivers Dog Park, 3150 McGavock Pike; and Percy Priest Dam Dog Park, 3778 Bell Road.


Arlington: Tails N' Trails Dog Park, 950 SE Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, TX 76018
The dog park is very large (5.7 acres) and well kept. There are separate areas for large and small dogs.

Austin: Off-Leash Dog Areas
The Parks and Recreation Department operates 12 off leash areas in Austin for you to enjoy with your dog. In general, all parks are open for public use each day from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. unless otherwise posted.

Austin: Red Bud Isle Dog Park, 3401 Red Bud Trail, Austin, TX
Red Bud Isle Dog Park located on Red Bud Trail near Lake Austin Blvd, Austin,TX. North of Town Lake (Lady Bird Lake). This is a peninsula, water on 3 sides, with trails thru the woods. Doggies can swim and play in the water.

Austin: Far West Off-Leash Area, 6997 Great Northern Blvd, Austin, TX 78757
This park land is currently undeveloped and is an off-leash dog park.

Austin: Davis White Northeast District Park, 5909 Crystalbrook Dr., Austin, TX 78724
Davis White Northeast District Park has two off-leash dog areas.

Brownsville: Catherine Stillman Dog Park, 416 Farm to Market 511, Brownsville, TX 78521
Located next to the Brownsville Animal Shelter, Catherine B. Stillman Dog Park is open to the general public from 7:00 a.m - dusk. The park has two sections for large and small dogs, water fountains for the canines and shaded seating. There is also playground equipment for dogs to test their skills.

Cedar Park: Cedar Bark Park, 2525 W. New Hope Drive, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Cedar Bark Park is a 5-acre fenced in dog park located in Veterans Memorial Park in Cedar Park, TX. Amenities include a natural dog pond, pet waste stations, benches, drinking fountains, and dog showers.

College Station: Dog Parks
College Station has four off-leash dog parks located throughout the city: Barracks Park, 205 Capps Drive; Lick Creek Park, 13600 East Rock Prairie Road; Steeplechase Park, 301 Westridge Drive; and University Park, 300 Park Road

College Station: University Park Dog Park, 300 Park Rd., College Station, TX
Four of the ten acres of University Park is a designated fenced canine station built specifically for dogs to socialize and exercise safely off-leash with separate areas for small and large dogs and swimming ponds.

Denton: Wiggly Field Dog Park, Lake Forest Park, 1760 E. Ryan Rd., Denton, TX
Wiggly Field Dog Park offers separate fenced areas for large dogs and small/shy dogs, human and pet drinking fountains, and paved parking; no restrooms.

Flower Mound: Hound Pound Dog Park, Heritage Park East
Hound Mound at Heritage Park is the Town's 5-acre dog park located on the east side of Heritage Park. The park has separate areas for small and large dogs, and amenities include natural shade, hybrid Bermuda turf, irrigation, seating areas with water fountains, trash receptacles, pet waste stations, landscaping, and 40 parking spaces.

Fort Worth: Dog Parks
Fort Worth has two off-leash dog parks: ZBonz Dog Park, located at 6950 W. Camp Bowie Blvd.; and Fort Woof, located at 751 Beach St.

Fort Worth: Fort Woof Dog Park
Located at Gateway Park, north of I-30 between Beach Street and Oakland Boulevard, east of downtown, Fort Woof provides two large fenced areas for dogs to roam, one for dogs 40 pounds and more and a separate area for dogs weighing less than 40 pounds. Each area has picnic tables and park benches for two-legged visitors, a watering station for both humans and dogs and multiple poop-disposal locations.

Georgetown: Bark Park, 151 Holly St., Georgetown, TX
Bark Park is situated on approximately 6 acres and features separate areas for small dogs (under 30 pounds) and large dogs.

Grand Prairie: Central Bark Dog Park
Central Bark is located off Warrior Trail, east of Great Southwest Parkway, just north of the Prairie Paws Adoption Center at 2222 W. Warrior Trail. Central Bark features three exercise areas designated fenced areas for dogs – one for small dogs, one for large dogs and one reserved for rotating to preserve the turf – and includes shade structures with benches and water fountains for both the dogs and people.

Harris County Precinct 3: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Harris County Precinct 3 include: Congressman Bill Archer Dog Park, 3201 State Highway 6 North, Houston; Millie Bush Dog Park, 16101 Westheimer Parkway, Houston, Texas; Deputy Darren Goforth Dog Park, 9402 Barker Cypress, Cypress; Danny Jackson Family Dog Park, 4828 1/2 Loop Central Dr. Houston; and Beverly Kaufman Dog Park, 9114 Katy Hockley Rd., Katy.

Houston: Off Leash Areas For Dogs
Houston Parks & Recreation Department Dog Parks include: Johnny Steele Dog Park at Buffalo Bayou Park, 2929 Allen Parkway; Elizabeth Glover, located at 3104 Austin St.; Ervan Chew, located at 4502 Dunlavy; Levy Park, located at 3801 Eastside; Holly Anawaty Dog Park at Market Square, located at 301 Milam; Maxey Park, located at 601 Maxey Road; West Webster Park, 1502 West Webster; T.C. Jester Park, 4201 West T.C. Jester Blvd.; and Tanglewood Park, 5801 Woodway.

Keller: K-9 Pointe Dog Park, 405 Rufe Snow Drive, Keller, TX 76248
K-9 Pointe Dog Park features separate areas for large and small dogs.

McKinney: Dog Park at Bonnie Wenk Park, 2996 W. Virginia Pkwy, McKinney, TX 75071
The dog park is a two-acre, fenced, off-leash park that features a splash pad for dogs, separate areas for big and small dogs, and a shaded pavilion.

North Richland Hills: Tipps Canine Hollow Dog Park, 7804 Davis Boulevard, North Richland Hills, TX 76182
Tipps Canine Hollow Dog Park includes a 2-acre fenced area for large dogs and 1-acre fenced area for small dogs. The park also offers water stations, dog waste stations, plenty of open space to run, and shady areas for relaxing.

Pasadena: Paws in the Park Dog Park, 5170 Burke Rd., Pasadena, TX 77504
The dog park also has two pavilions, benches, doggie swimming pools, dog waste stations and multiple obstacles.

Plano: Dog Park at Jack Carter Park, 2601 Pleasant Valley Dr., Plano, TX 75023
The dog park is a double-gated, fenced, two acre area along Bluebonnet Trail, near its intersection with Chisholm Trail in central Plano. It features a separate area for large and small dogs with shade shelters, picnic tables, benches. LED lighting, water stations for humans and dogs, waste pickup/disposal stations and a dog rinse station near the parking lot.

San Antonio: Dog Parks
The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department offers off-leash dog parks around the city, including two at Phil Hardberger Park, one on the east side and one of the west side. Dog parks include: Phil Hardberger Park,13203 Blanco Road; Phil Hardberger Park West, 8400 N.W. Military Highway; Pearsall Park, 4700 Old Pearsall Road; Madison Square Park, 400 Lexington; McAllister Park, 13102 Jones-Maltsberger; Tom Slick Park, 7400 Highway 151; Panther Springs Park, 22635 Wilderness Oak Road; Falcone Park, 7625 Mystic Park; and Lady Bird Johnson Park, 10700 Nacogdoches Road.

San Antonio: Phil Hardberger Park
Phil Hardberger Park has enclosed dog parks where four-legged friends are free to roam off-leash. The dog parks, found in both sides of PHP, include separate areas for large and small dogs, water fountains and picnic tables, as well as fun obstacle courses and play shelters for dogs. The PHP-West dog park offers more room for small dogs, while PHP-East features a 1.8-acre running area for large dogs.

Spring: Bibi and Mini-Me Bush Dog Park, 4129 Spring Creek Drive, Spring, TX 77373
Bibi and Mini-Me Bush Dog Park in Pundt Park invites dogs and their owners to enjoy the separate areas for small and large dogs, walking trails, sitting benches, and concrete wash stations for rinsing and bathing your dog.

Spring: Meyer Dog Park
The dog park is located at 7700 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX 77379.

Tomball: Burroughs Dog Park, 9738 Hufsmith Road, Tomball, TX 77375
Located in Burroughs Park, the forested 6-acre dog park features separate areas for small and large dogs, walking trails, sitting benches, and concrete wash stations for rinsing and bathing your dog.

Trophy Club: Freedom Dog Park, 2675 Trophy Park Drive, Trophy Club, TX 76262
Freedom Dog Park is an 8.3 acre "leash free" zone for furry, four-footed canine friends. The dog park includes large and small dog fenced sections.


Salt Lake County: Off-Leash Dog Areas
Salt Lake County Parks maintains the following off-leash areas: Millrace Park, 1200 W. 5400 S, Taylorsville; and West Jordan Off-Leash Dog Park, 5982 West New Bingham Highway, West Jordan. Managed by the U.S. Forest Service, Mill Creek Canyon allows dogs off leash only on trails on odd-numbered days.

Salt Lake City: Off-Leash Parks
The following parks in Salt Lake City have off-leash areas: Lindsey Gardens, 9th Avenue and M Street; Freedom Trail at Memory Grove, 375 North Canyon Rd.; Herman Franks Park, 700 East 1300 South; Jordan Park, 900 West 1000 South; Cottonwood Park, 300 North 1645 West; Parley's Historic Nature Park, 2750 S. Heritage Way; and Pioneer Park, 300 West 350 South.

Taylorsville: Millrace Park Dog Park, 1200 W. 5400 S., Taylorsville, UT
Off-Leash Area: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Sunday 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Off-Leash Area is closed all day on Tuesday. A permit tag will be required for your dog to use at Millrace Park.


Burlington: Dog Parks
Burlington has three off-leash areas for dogs: Urban Reserve (Waterfront Dog Park); Starr Farm Park; and Texaco Beach.

Burlington: Waterfront Dog Park at Urban Reserve
Located North of the Waterfront Park and south of North Beach, this area offers dogs and their owners a great view of Lake Champlain and a large fenced in space. Access to the water is across the path via the new steps.


Alexandria: Dog Parks and Dog Exercise Areas
Fenced dog parks in Alexandria include: Potomac Yard at 561 East Monroe Ave.; Simpson Stadium Park at Monroe Ave.; Duke Street east of the Charles E. Beatley, Jr. Library; Montgomery Park at the corner of Fairfax and 1st Streets; Dog Run Park at Carlyle, 450 Andrew's Lane; and Ben Brenman Park by Backlick Creek. Unfenced off-leash dog exercise areas include: Founders Park at Oronoco Street and Union Street; Windmill Hill Park at Gibbon and Union Streets; Southeast corner of Braddock Road and Commonwealth; Hooff's Run, east of Commonwealth between Oak and Chapman Streets; Ft. Williams Parkway at Dearborn Rd., Tarleton Park; Chambliss Street; W. Timberbranch Parkway and Parkway Terrace; Chinquapin Park; Monticello Park; Four Mile Run Park / Edison Street cul-de-sac; and Mount Jefferson Park / W&OD Railroad at Raymond Avenue.

Arlington: Shirlington Park Dog Park
Shirlington Park is a 29-acre park featuring drinking fountains, a stream, a path with benches staggered alongside, and a dog park.

Arlington County: Dog Parks
There are eight dog parks in Arlington: Benjamin Banneker Park, 1680 N Sycamore Street; Utah Park, 3191 South Utah Street; Fort Barnard, at the corner of South Pollard Street and South Walter Reed Drive; Towers Park, 801 South Scott Street; Fort Ethan Allen Park, 3829 North Stafford Street; Shirlington Dog Park, 2710 S. Oakland Street; Glencarlyn Park, 301 South Harrison Street; and James Hunter Park, 1230 N. Hartford Street.

Chantilly: Chantilly Dog Park, 4508 Upper Cub Run Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151
Chantilly Dog Park is located behind Chantilly Auto Park in Chantilly, Virginia, right next to Pender Pet Retreat and close to Dulles Airport.

Charlottesville: Darden Towe Park Dog Park, 1445 Darden Towe Park Road, Charlottesville, VA 22911
Darden Towe Park has a 1 acre fenced-in area for dogs to run off-leash. The Dog Park is located past the picnic shelter at top of parking lot in the park.

Charlottesville: Chris Greene Lake Park Dog Park, 4748 Chris Greene Lake Road, Charlottesville, VA 22911
Chris Greene Lake Park has a 1 acre fenced in area for dogs to run off-leash, with a roped water access for dogs to swim. The Dog Park is located near the main parking lot for the beach area.

Chesapeake: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Chesapeake include: Chesapeake City Park Dog Park, 900 Greenbrier Pkwy; Western Branch Dog Park, 4437 Portsmouth Blvd.; Deep Creek Park Dog Park, 437 S. George Washington Highway; and Elizabeth River Park Dog Park, 1400 Elizabeth River Way. Dog Park Membership is required.

Crozet: Crozet Dog Park, 910 Park Lane, Crozet, VA 22932
Crozet Dog Park at Claudius Crozet Park is a 1.5-acre enclosure where canines can run free and socialize. The dog park includes two separate enclosures — one for small dogs weighing less than 25 pounds and another without weight limits. Each enclosure also includes water spigots and a few benches. Dispensers for dog waste bags also will be available.

Fairfax County Off-Leash Dog Areas
There are nine established dog parks in Fairfax County: Baron Cameron, 11300 Baron Cameron Avenue, Reston; Blake Lane, 10033 Blake Lane, Oakton; Chandon, 900 Palmer Drive, Herndon; Grist Mill, 4710 Mt. Vernon Memorial Hwy, Alexandria; Lenclair Park, 6725 Lenclair Street, Alexandria; Mason District, Intersection of Alpine Drive and Pinecrest Parkway, Annandale; Rock Hill District Park (Originally Quinn Farm), 15150 Old Lee Rd., Chantilly; South Run, 7550 Reservation Drive, Springfield; and Westgrove, 6801 Fort Hunt Rd., Alexandria

Hampton: Ridgway Bark Park, 85 E. Mercury Blvd., Hampton, VA 23669
Bark Park patrons must register their dogs with Parks and Recreation prior to bringing their pet to the park. Registration costs $10.00 per year, per dog for unlimited use of the park.

Hampton: Sandy Bottom Bark Park, 1255 Big Bethel Road, Hampton, VA 23669
The park is located at the corner of Hampton Roads Center Parkway and Big Bethel Road. All dogs must be registered with Hampton Parks & Recreation before they are allowed into the park.

Newport News: Fido Field in Riverview Farm Park, 105 City Farm Road, Newport News, VA
All dogs must be registered before entering the dog park.

Norfolk: Dog Parks
Dog parks in Norfolk include: Berkley Dog Park, 500 Culpepper Street; Brambleton Dog Park, 1306 Corprew Avenue; Cambridge Crescent Dog Park, 6125 Carroll Place; Colonial Greenway Dog Park, 405 Delaware Avenue; Gleneagles Dog Park, Corner of Daniel Ave and Hampton Blvd.; Granby Street Dog Walk, 400 Granby Street; Hague Dog Park, Corner of Colley and W Brambleton; Maple Avenue Dog Park, 176 Maple Avenue; Stockley Gardens Dog Park, 1300 Stockley Gardens; Winona Dog Park, 3400 Norway Place; Lafayette Dog Park, 1270 Lafayette Boulevard; and Tait Terrace Dog Park, 2717 Tait Terrace.

North Chesterfield: Ruff House Dog Park, Rockwood Park, 3401 Courthouse Road, North Chesterfield, VA 23236
Located in the heart of Rockwood Park, the Ruff House Dog Park features a doubled-gated entrance to ensure safe arrival and exit. The facility has benches, water, and close parking.

Richmond: Barker Field at Byrd Park
Barker Field Dog Park is a fenced, multi-acre dog park situated in Richmond’s Byrd Park behind the Carillon and Dogwood Dell outdoor theater. It’s a wooded site, with water, shelters, and seating.

Salem: Salem Rotary Dog Park, 1301 Indiana St., Salem, VA
The dog park is located on Indiana Street right besides the Salem Animal Shelter and includes sections for both large dogs and small dogs.

Vienna: Vienna Dog Park at Moorefield Park, 700 Courthouse Rd. SW, Vienna, VA 22180
The dog park provides a shaded 90 x 150 open area with on-site water. All dogs must be licensed by the Town of Vienna or Fairfax County.

Virginia Beach: Dog Parks
Virginia Beach provides three dog parks featuring approximately one acre of fenced area: Bayville Farms Park, ​4132 First Court Road​; Red Wing Metro Park, 1398 General Booth Blvd.; and Woodstock Community Park, 5709 Providence Rd. A dog park pass is required to utilize these parks.

Williamsburg: Waller Mill Dog Park, Route 645 Airport Blvd., Williamsburg, VA 23185
Located at Waller Mill Park, the dog park has two areas, one for small dogs, 20 lbs. or less, and an area for larger dogs over 20 lbs. Annual memberships are available for residents.


Anacortes: Ace of Hearts Creek Rotary Dog Park
Located at 38th St. & H Avenue, Ace of Hearts Creek Rotary Dog Park is a 1.5 acre, fenced, off-leash dog park with running water, a gazebo, kiddie pools, benches, chuckits and balls.

Bainbridge Island: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks on Bainbridge Island. Eagledale Park is located on Rose Avenue off Eagle Harbor Drive in the Eagledale community. The upper area of the park has been developed as a passive-use recreation area which includes an acre devoted to an off-leash dog area. Strawberry Hill Dog Park is a wooded, 2.35 acre, forest glade inside Strawberry Hill Park, adjacent to a playground and a skateboard park, that has been designated for off-leash canine recreation.

Bellingham: Little Squalicum Park
Dogs are allowed off-leash on all trails in Little Squalicum Park.

Bremerton: Bremerton Bark Park
Bremerton Bark Park is located at: Pendergast Park, 1199 Union Ave., Bremerton WA 98312.

Burien: Burien Toyota & Chevrolet Dog Park, 15810 6th Ave., Burien, WA 98166
Located adjacent to Lakeview Park on the site of the former Lakeview Elementary School, Burien Toyota & Chevrolet Dog Park is a small quaint little dog park with a small and shy dog area and a 1.5 acre large dog area.

Clark County: Dog Parks
The following off-leash areas are located within Clark County parks: Dakota Memorial Dog Park, (Pacific Community Park), 1515 N.E. 164th Ave., Vancouver; and Kane Memorial Dog Park, (Hockinson Meadows Community Park), 10910 N.E 172nd Ave., Brush Prairie. Other off-leash areas in Clark County include: Lucky Memorial Dog Park – Brush Prairie; and Ike Memorial Dog Park – Hazel Dell.

Coupeville: Patmore Pit Off-Leash Area, 497 Patmore Rd, Coupeville, WA 98239
Located in ​Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, Patmore Pit Off-Leash area features 10 acres for your dog to run. There is an enclosed agility area and a partially enclosed large "run free" area.

Everett: Off-Leash Parks
Off-leash areas in Everett include: Howarth Park, 1127 Olympic Blvd. (north beach area only; turn right at foot of tressle and go past creek); Loganberry Lane Park, 18th Ave. W (wooded path end of 18th); and Lowell Park, 46th St. and S 3rd Ave. (fenced area north of tennis courts).

Everett: Loganberry Lane Dog Park, Olympic Boulevard at 18th Ave, Everett, WA 98203
The dog park is a wooded off-leash area near Kasch Park by Paine Field.

Everett: Lowell Park Dog Park, 46th Street and South Third Avenue, Everett, WA
The dog park area is a small fenced enclosure north of the tennis courts.

Gold Bar: Gold Bar Off-Leash Dog Park, South side of Highway 2, at Sixth Street, Gold Bar, WA 98251
The designated off-leash area (not fenced) is a small field along Highway 2, at Sixth St (en route to Stevens Pass).

Kent: Morrill Meadows Off-Leash Dog Park, 10808 SE 248th St., Kent, WA
The dog park provides a separately fenced area for small or shy dogs.

Lakewood: Fort Steilacoom Park Off-Leash Dog Park
Fort Steilacoom Dog Park has 22 acres of fenced off-leash open space located at 8714 87th Ave SW in Lakewood. Landscaped with bushes, trees and logs, and furnished with water fountains and benches; this area is the perfect playground for dogs of all sizes. It even includes a separate fenced off area for small dogs.

Marysville: Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-Leash Park, 6100 152nd St. NE, Marysville, WA 98270
Located within the Strawberry Fields Athletic Complex, the dog park offers three acres of fenced area, trees to shade the facilities and a water fountain for active dogs.

Mercer Island: Off Leash Dog Areas
The City of Mercer Island Parks and Recreation Department hosts two off-leash areas (OLA’s) for dog owners and their pets to enjoy - one at Luther Burbank Park on the north end of the Island and one at the south end at Wildwood Park.

Mercer Island: Luther Burbank Park Dog Park, 2040 84th Avenue SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Luther Burbank Park includes an off-leash dog area located at the north end of the park. The enclosed off-leash area has a few small openings with water access to Lake Washington.

Renton: Cedar River Dog Park, 1500 Houser Way South, Renton, WA
The dog park features a separate area for small and shy dogs.

Richland: Tri-City Dog Park, Badger Mountain Community Park
The dog park is located in the Badger Mountain Community park complex. There are 2 1/2 acres for large dogs and 1/2 for small and shy ones.

SeaTac: Grandview Park Off-Leash Area, 3600 S 228th St, SeaTac, WA 98198
Located on the SeaTac/Kent border just off I-5 at Hwy. 516, Grandview is an open gated dog park; dogs must be under voice control.

Seattle: Off-Leash Areas
Off-leash areas in Seattle include: Denny Park, 100 Dexter Ave N; Dr. Jose Rizal Park, 1008 12th Ave S; Genesee Park and Playfield, 4316 S Genesee St.; Golden Gardens Park, 8498 Seaview Pl NW; I-5 Colonnade, beneath I-5, south of E Howe St.; Kinnear Park, 899 W Olympic Place; Northacres Park, 12718 1st Ave NE; Plymouth Pillars Park, Boren Ave & Pike St.; Regrade Park, 2251 3rd Ave.; Warren G. Magnuson Park, 7400 Sand Point Way NE; Westcrest Park, 9000 8th Ave SW; Woodland Park, 1000 N 50th St.; Blue Dog Pond, 1520 26th Ave S; and Magnolia Manor Park, 3430 27th Ave W.

Seattle: Warren G. Magnuson Park Dog Off-Leash Area, 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA
The Magnuson off-leash area contains 8.6 acres and is the only one inside city limits with water access (Lake Washington’s freshwater shoreline). This off-leash area has a small and shy dog area within the larger dog park. Fencing and signs were installed in coordination with the Magnuson Off Leash Area Group (MOLG). The small/shy dog area is located just to the south of the main entrance kiosk, accessible from NE 74th street.

Seattle: Westcrest Park Off-Leash Area, 9000 8th Ave SW, Seattle, WA
The Off-Leash Area has more than four acres of grass, open spaces and paths and includes a doggie drinking fountain, shade, trees, and lots of open space. THere is a separated area for small and shy dogs located on the southwest side of the main off-leash area.

Seattle: Blue Dog Pond
Blue Dog Pond in Southeast Seattle near I-90 is 1.7 acres and is a wide, rectangular field perfect for throwing balls with grassy side slopes that your dog can run up and down.

Sequim: Sequim Dog Park at Carrie Blake Park
1.7 acre grass fenced dog park, divided into a small dog and big dog areas. Sequim Dog Park is one of the nicest dog parks in Washington State and is part of the largest city park in Sequim, Carrie Blake Park. It's open year-round, from dawn to dusk. Small dog area, dog bags provided, fenced and gated.

Shoreline: Off-Leash Dog Areas
Off-leash dog areas in Shoreline include: Eastside OLA, 1902 NE 150th St.; Shoreview Park OLA, 320 Innis Arden Way; and Richmond Beach Saltwater Park OLA, 2021 NW 190th St.

Silverdale: Silverdale Dog Park, 11601 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale, WA 98383
Silverdale Dog Park is adjacent to Gateway Park (and the Clear Creek Trail), on the south end of the parking lot just north of the Silverdale Home Depot. The park requires that all dogs have the vaccinations required by law.

Snohomish: Willis D. Tucker Community Dog Park, 6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish, WA 98296
The northeast corner of Willis Tucker Park has three different off-leash dog areas -- a six-acre meadow, a 1.25-acre forest area, and a.20-acre shy-dog area.

Snohomish County: Off-Leash Dog Areas
There are Off-Leash Dog Areas (OLDAs) at the following parks: Willis D. Tucker Community Park, 6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish; Cavalero Hill Park, 27032 79th Ave., Lake Stevens; Tambark Creek Park, 17217 35th Ave. SE, Bothell; and Lake Stickney Community Park, 13521 Manor Way, Lynnwood.

Tacoma: Off-Leash Areas
Partially-fenced off-leash areas: Point Defiance Park Designated Off-Leash Area, 5400 N. Pearl St. Fully fenced dog parks: Rogers Off-Leash Dog Park, 3151 East L St.; and Wapato Park Off-Leash Dog Park, 6802 S. Sheridan Ave.

Tacoma: Rogers Playfield, 3151 East L St., Tacoma, WA 98404
Approximately 1.5 acres, this fully fenced off-leash area features a drinking fountain, bench and shelter.

Tacoma: Wapato Park, 6500 S. Sheridan Ave., Tacoma, WA 98408
The Dog Park features three fully fenced areas - including one reserved just for small dogs. Water, benches and shelters are provided on-site.

Vancouver: Ike Memorial Off-Leash Dog Park
With approximately 8 acres of open fields, the off-leash recreation area features a small dog area, near the lower entrance, at NE 15th Ave.


Hurricane: Valley Park Dog Park, 2 Valley Park Rd., Hurricane, WV 25526
Valley Park includes a fenced-in dog park with obstacles.

Morgantown: Krepps Dog Park, 1235 Parkview Dr., Morgantown, WV 26505
Krepps Dog Park is large wooded dog park located within the Krepps Park trail system, just inside the trail head behind Krepps Shelter.

Morgantown: Stanley's Spot Dog Park
The dog park features fenced areas for large and small dogs and is located along the Decker's Creek Trail.


Appleton: Outagamie County Pet Exercise Area
The dog park is located at the corner of French Road and “OO” (Northland Ave) in Grand Chute near Appleton, Wisconsin and contains a small dog area for dogs under 17’ tall.

Berry: Indian Lake County Park
The park has an unfenced pet excercise area located adjacent to the small boat launch off US Highway 19 at the entrance on the west side of the lake.

Dane County: Dog Parks
Dog exercise areas are located in the following parks: Badger Prairie County Park, 6720 Highway 151, Verona; Indian Lake County Park, 8381 Hwy 19, Cross Plains; Prairie Moraine County Park, 1970 Cty Hwy PB, Verona; Token Creek County Park, 6200 US Hwy 51, Deforest; Viking County Park, 2525 County Hwy B, Stoughton; Yahara Heights County Park, Catfish Court, Waunakee; and Capital Springs Recreation Area, Lake Farm Rd., Madison.

Florence: Florence Bark Park, 5628 Forestry Drive, Florence, WI 54121
Located on the corner of US Hwy 2 and Hwy 70, Florence Bark Park is a 1 acre free fenced off leash dog park. It is next to the Visitor Center and new RV Dump Station. There is also a pavilion, swing set and 1 mile on-leash hiking trail on the visitor center grounds. A water hydrant is located outside the fence near the RV Dump Station.

Grafton: Muttland Meadows Dog Park, 789 S Green Bay Rd., Grafton, WI 53024
Muttland Meadows, Inc. Dog Park is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization that exists solely on donations from its patrons for its financial support. These donations are used for maintenance and improvements.

Green Bay: Brown County Park Pet Exercise Area
The off-leash fenced area at the Brown County Dog Park is approximately 4 acres in size and includes a small dog portion as well as a large section for big dogs. Use of the Pet Exercise Area at Brown County Park requires an annual or daily permit; both permits are available at the paystation kiosk.

Johnson Creek: Jefferson County Dog Park, Terri Tinsley Dog Exercise Area
The Jefferson County Dog Park is located just off of Highway 26 between Jefferson and Johnson Creek. The dog park contains two large dog areas as well as two small dog areas. A daily permit or annual tag is required.

La Crosse: Houska Park Dog Park, 100 Joseph Houska Dr., La Crosse, WI 54601
Houska Dog Park is a 5-acre fenced dog park on the east side of Houska Park. It includes separate areas for small and large dogs.

Madison: Dog Parks
There are eight dog parks in Madison: Brittingham Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 326 S. Broom Street; Demetral Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 2297 Commercial Ave.; McCormick Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 702 McCormick Avenue; Quann Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 1802 Quann-Olin Pkwy; Sycamore Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 4517 Sycamore Ave.; Warner Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 2301 Sheridan Drive; Walnut Grove Park Dog Off-Leash Park, 202 N. Westfield Rd.; and Odana School Park, 678 S. Segoe Rd.

Milwaukee County: Dog Exercise Areas
Milwaukee County has seven off-leash dog exercise areas: Bay View Dog Exercise Area, corner of East Lincoln Avenue and South Bay Street in Bay View, Milwaukee; Currie Park Dog Exercise Area, 3535 N. Mayfair Road, Wauwatosa; Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area, 4400 N. Estabrook Drive, Shorewood; Granville Dog Exercise Area, 11718 W. Good Hope Place, Milwaukee; Roverwest Dog Exercise Area, 3243 N. Weil St., Milwaukee; Runway Dog Exercise Area, 1214 E Rawson Avenue, Oak Creek; and Warnimont Park Dog Exercise Area, 5400 S. Lake Drive, Cudahy. These permit-based areas offer daily and annual passes for admission.

Oshkosh: Winnebago County Community Park Dog Park, 501 E. Country Rd. Y, Oshkosh, WI 54901
Winnebago County Community Park is one of the few parks within Oshkosh City limits where there is a public dog park. 9 acres of fenced area in the northeast portion of the park provides a secure environment for dog owners to exercise their pets off-leash.

Sun Prairie: Pet Exercise Area & Dog Park, 1025 S. Bird St., Sun Prairie, WI
Sun Prairie Pet Exercise Area and Dog Park is a completely fenced in, off-leash dog exercise park that is open year round, from dawn until dusk. Located on 11 acres, the Pet Exercise Area is equipped with parking for 32 cars, picnic tables, benches, and waste disposal bags. There is also water and a portable restroom available. A tag is required to use Sun Prairie Pet Exercise Area.

Waukesha County: Dog Exercise Areas
The Waukesha County Park System operates three off leash Dog Exercise Areas: Minooka Park, 1927 E Sunset Dr, Waukesha; Nashotah Park, W330n5113 County Road C, Nashotah; and Mukwonago Park, (Dog Exercise area entrance is located at W325 S9925 Beulah Rd. in Mukwonago).

Wausau: Off-Leash Dog Areas
There are three City of Wausau Parks that host an off-leash dog run area (not fenced) during specified periods of the day: Memorial Park, 505 Memorial Park Road; Oak Island Park, 500 River Drive; and Riverside Park, 100 Sherman Drive.

Wausau: Marathon Park Off-Leash Dog Exercise Area, 1201 Stewart Avenue, Wausau, WI 54401
Marathon Park offers an off-leash exercise area for dogs located between the basketball courts and Multi-Purpose Building #1 (ice arena), inside the fenced horse show area.

West Bend: West Bend Dog Park, 18th Avenue, West Bend, WI
Located in Rolfs Park, the 10 acre fenced, off-leash West Bend Dog Park has a separate fenced area for small breed dogs.


Casper: Dog Parks
There are two dog parks in Casper: Morad Park Off Leash Area, 2800 SW Wyoming Blvd.; and Lake McKenzie Dog Park, 1691 Bryan Stock Trail (north of I-25).

Rock Springs: Bitter Creek Dog Park, 850 West Center, Rock Springs, WY 82901
The dog park includes a pond and running areas. It is located on West Center street just beyond the Animal Shelter.