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Peter's Park Dog Park

Fido can enjoy play and socialization off-leash at Peter's Park Dog Park in Boston, MA. This fenced dog park offers 13,000 square feet of space, a separate 3,000-square-foot area for small dogs, benches, gravel ground cover waste receptacles and mature trees. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Peter's Park Dog Park has received a rating of 3.9 out of 5 bones by 11 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Kappy
    Dec 23, 2022
    Unsafe & stressful.

    I’ve given this place a ton of chances. mostly because the reviews are so good. but every time I’ve gone, I’ve witnessed a dog fight— once it was so bad that the woman’s dog was injured. everyone leashed their dogs up except for the man who watched his dog attack the other dog. he and his dog are frequent visitors.

  • Madison
    Jun 8, 2022
    Fenced in but out of control during peak hours

    Nice and fenced in, one side for smaller dogs and one side for the bigger dogs. Around 10AM on a Sunday it was absolutely out of control, about 10 frenchies on the small side got into a fight and instead of removing their dogs from the park they just sent them to the big side, resulting in another fight breaking out. Park is great, humans need to learn manners.

  • BostonTerriersofBoston
    May 25, 2021
    Great Park in the South End

    This is a really great park in the South End. There's a big dog side and a little dog side. The dog park is completely fenced in and is a great spot for meetups. The little dog side is shady and has rocks for the dogs to jump on. A lot of dog parks don't care about the little dog side but this one is really nice.

  • Sarah
    Apr 18, 2021
    Nice enclosed space

    Clean with adequate space and seating. The water fountain is turned off in colder months. The ground is gravel, and there are lots of granite blocks around that my dog enjoyed sniffing and peeing on.

  • Theresa
    May 29, 2019
    Decent Park in South End

    After living in So Florida for 3 yrs, I am spoiled by the beautiful grassy parks there. This is not at all like that. Small pebbles over dirt. Still it’s good to get the dog out and socialize. Weekdays are full of dog walkers and their packs (too many per person by park rules). Mostly friendly—I’ve never had a problem. I go on the small dog side if there’s a dog or two there for my guy to play. Take note, it’s treacherous with snow/ice in winter and smelly in hotter months.

  • Stephen
    May 18, 2019
    City Dog Park No Grass

    Photo here is misleading. The fenced in areas for dogs is gravel. Ok spot for neighborhood locals. However during weekdays is filled with professional dog walkers and the place is packed with dogs who are not always well supervised. Lots of fights! Also the gravel creates lots of dust and can smell pretty bad on hot summer days.

  • Ketone
    More than a year ago
    small and large dog sections

    A great dog park for puppies. Dogs under 15 lbs have their own area.

  • Vicki
    More than a year ago
    Nice little park

    The Peter's Park dog run is a nice little area. It's well kept and there are plenty of benches. It is concrete and gravel, which our dog did not like, but that was the only issue. It seemed like the other dogs were very used to it.

  • Susan
    More than a year ago
    Peters Park

    Nice park. Fences are a bit on the low side for larger, athletic dogs. Other than that it's a great off leash option in the city.

  • Marco & Shay
    More than a year ago
    Great Park!

    Two (2) Spacious dog pens (one for smaller breeds) with a water fountain for the dogs and a side nozzle for washing dirt of your hands. There are rock obstacles for dogs to navigate and play on, enjoy the ease of picking up poo (how exciting right?) on white pea gravel. Besides the amenities of the park, the people are friendly, the neighborhood is tailored to dog owners and on a nice day your little pooch can meet up to 40+ other dogs (and still not be crowded) --the cons: no bags.

  • Stacey
    More than a year ago
    Peters Park Review

    Nice off leash dog park. 2 double gated entrances for safety. There is a water fountain made especially for dogs, plenty of seating for adults, rocks for the dogs to jump on/off. It's 13,000 sq ft. Nice fun area for your dogs to play. Bring your own bags- they are always out of stock in the dispensers.

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