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Franklin Dog Park

Fido can enjoy time off-leash at Franklin Dog Park, located within Dacey Community Field in Franklin, MA. This large, fenced dog park features shade from mature trees, wood chip ground cover, rocks for canine climbers, picnic tables and waste receptacles. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Franklin Dog Park has received a rating of 4.1 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

Visitors generally find the Franklin Dog Park to be clean, well-maintained, and suitable for their furry companions. They appreciate the shaded seating and amenities, though some note the lack of running water and small size as potential drawbacks.

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  • Brady
    Jun 18, 2024

    We loved the dog park. Very spacious and great grass right outside the fenced area. Also a nice playground for kids right next to the dog park. Recommend

  • Ariana
    Aug 15, 2021
    Clean dog park

    very clean and well maintained!

  • Matthew
    Dec 30, 2020
    Average small off leash park..but be ready for dirty dog

    This park is tucked away in the back of a soccer field park in Franklin and is fenced in and off leash. It is full of mulch and wood chips. However some people done pick up after themselves and its hard to see poop in the wood chips. The park is very small and just big enough for a few dogs. It has water and treats available though.

  • Emily
    Jun 30, 2019
    Great Dog Park!

    My dog loves this park! It’s not very big, but I like that it has wood shavings for a ground surface to avoid all the mud mess at other dog parks. There are lots of trees for shade and benches to rest on!

  • Rose
    More than a year ago
    Great Dog Park

    This is our favorite dog park in the immediate area. We've tried Wrentham & Attleboro both with some deal-breaking problems. This place is always clean and dog bowls are provided, although no running water. It's a pretty good size and can be PACKED on the weekends. My dog always has a good time.

    I should forewarn you to ask around when you arrive to see how many of the dogs don't come often. The regulars are mostly attentive and watchful of their pooches, but whenever a stranger blows in we find our dog is in trouble. So many times a dog has been attacked because someone comes in and either tries to change their dogs aggressive behavior toward other canines by trying to force the dog to interact with other dogs, or someone just got a rescue a few days ago or a few weeks ago and thinks nothing of bringing this dog to the park.

  • Heather
    More than a year ago
    Best Dog Park around!

    Wonderful dog park. Full of wood chips and not dirt, plenty of shade and seating, wonderful people and dogs. I don't feel like my dog is filthy when we leave. Only cons I can think of is no running water and no separate small dog/puppy area.

  • Elizabeth
    More than a year ago
    Adequate, but not our fave.

    Any properly fenced dog park is better than no dog park if this is convenient to you, but we don't love this one as much as Thorndike field in Arlington or Peter's park in Boston.
    Pros: fenced, double gate, lots of parking, playground nearby, lots of dogs.
    Cons: not enough seating for owners and no fountain or running water (that I saw, anyway). There are some communal bowls laying around but bring a LARGE supply of water since once you fill a bowl you will attract all the dogs in the park.

  • Bill Dunscomb
    More than a year ago
    Great time for kids and dogs

    Our Boston Terrier loved it- while there is no seperate area for smaller dogs . Playground is right next to dog park (within parental viewing range) for our daughter to play in- big and alot of equipment for kids to enjoy. Dog park is larger and nicely shaded, Lots of dogs coming and going- our dog had a blast.

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