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Glastonbury Dog Park

Glastonbury Dog Park is a recreational area in Glastonbury, CT. The park features a fenced-in area where dogs can run and socialize off leash. The park also has separate areas for large and small dogs, benches, waste stations, water stations and more. Visit Website

Or call (860) 652-7679 or email recreation@glastonbury-ct.gov for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Glastonbury Dog Park has received a rating of 3.9 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido.

  • April
    Apr 17, 2023
    Large, mostly empty field

    Tye large dog park is big, with wood shavings substrate. Mostly empty field with benches and chairs. At 7am, I was all alone. no other dogs

  • Anthony
    Apr 7, 2023
    Great Spot

    This place is very large. And lots of room for the 4 leggers to run and play. Hopefully it gets more populated in the warmer days.

  • Nathan
    Oct 27, 2022
    Good Location

    Very nice place. Big dog and small dog side. Brought my German Shepherd puppy twice so far and the dogs and owners were very respectful. Had one instance where a dog became escalated but their owner took action right away and left the park. Park is full of wood chips rather than grass. But overall great place!

  • Sarah
    Feb 16, 2022
    Great, busy spot

    I’m new to the area and i was quick to explore all of the new dog parks around me when i adopted my dog. out of all the ones i visited, glastonbury is my favorite! surrounded by awesome, scenic walking trails and it’s always busy with great people. I spend hours there meeting others and playing with all the dogs while my dog has a blast and tires himself out! only a handful of occasions I’ve witnessed a dog get aggressive either at my dog or someone else’s, but everyone at the park is SO quick and willing to jump right in to break it up ASAP no matter who’s dog it is, with the dogs safety in mind. dogs are dogs and some are territorial over materials - every owner I’ve encountered has been apologetic and attentive to make sure their pup didn’t keep up the behavior and left if they didn’t. we will forever frequent this spot! BUT - bring your own water and poop bags!

  • Annamaria
    Jun 21, 2020
    Looks Neglected

    this place looks neglected
    wood chips and weeds

  • Alana
    Sep 11, 2019
    Not A Fan

    This dog park is the biggest I’ve been to, but surly not the best. There is no running water, no poopie bag station inside the dog park. Just a mess

  • Jennica
    May 7, 2019
    Perfect Place !

    Nice and respectful dog owners.

  • Holly
    More than a year ago
    It's time for a fundraiser !

    I am a resident and am disheartened that this park isn't as safe, natural or environmentally smart as it could be. I know that funding is tough for our town so I would like to float the idea of forming a group to raise funds for improvements. Please respond to this note if you agree.


    Lots of fleas...everywhere
    Mulch is very bad for doggie paws ....grass is much better.
    Needs a water source badly!
    Solar lighting would be helpful.
    Laws regarding aggressive dogs need to be enforced or perhaps a separate area to get a new dog acclimated before introducing them to larger group parks.
    Plantings should be non-poisonous.. I believe there are two that I noticed that are questionable.

    Thanks all!

  • Bear
    More than a year ago
    Bring your own water!

    This park is terrific - good drainage, mulched, some shade, large and well attended but bring your own water as there is no water supply on site.,

  • Jack
    More than a year ago
    Glastonbury Dog Park

    Nice, large park, fenced-in, with plenty of other dogs stopping by, especially on weekends. Situated next to CT River in an area the Town of Glastonbury is re-developing.

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