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Rowayton Dog Park

Rowayton Dog Park is a fenced, off-leash area for Fido to play in Norwalk, CT. This large park provides plenty of space for your pup to get some exercise and enjoy socializing with other canines. It also features a small dog area for pups weighing 25 pounds or less. Visit Website

Or call (203) 854-7806 or email recreation@norwalkct.org for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Rowayton Dog Park has received a rating of 4.3 out of 5 bones by 9 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Jean-François
    Aug 2, 2022
    Best dog park I’ve ever seen!

    Trees halfway around the wooden fence give plenty of shade. (Don’t worry, there’s chain link in the fence…) Water station with bowls, poop bags dispensers. Clean, grass on 99% of the area. Gorgeous neighbourhood if you want to take your pup for a walk.

  • Allison
    Jul 14, 2019
    Best Dog Park Ever

    This is the most amazing dog park I’ve ever been to so far. I live on L.I and would totally travel up here again for my dog . Totally clean , huge grassy area worn beautiful benches . I didn’t see one poop on the ground. Nice ppl, great dogs. Wish more dog parks were this nice!

  • Anot
    Jan 25, 2019
    Too Crowded

    Been a few times Dog walkers bring 3 or 4 dogs so there is a supervision issue Gets very crowded Supposedly there is a man who drops in to supervise but we went early the dog flu swept through here 2 years ago which could happen anywhere ....have not been back Large area to play Fenced in Parking terrible

  • Emily
    More than a year ago
    As good as it gets!

    Such a special dog park! The town went out of its way to keep it open to all and I'm so so grateful they did. It's beautifully maintained, full of lovely people and dogs alike. It's big, open, full of both shade and sun - just special special special. My dog comes home happy, tired and always ready for a long nap. :-)

  • Sharon
    More than a year ago
    Neo Loves Rowayton Dark Park!

    I took our gog, Neo, to this park for the first time today and he loved it! The nice, large, square space is perfect! One can see his/her dog from any spot at all times. The people were friendly and cleaned up after their dogs immediately. Although the very large dogs were a bit intimidating to me (Neo is only 18 pounds), , they were not to Neo! Owners were careful to watch the "play" of their dogs, which is important. I recommend this park to anyone looking for a manageable-sized, entirely fenced-in, clean, green space for dogs. Great to have an alternative to New Canaan!

  • Andrew
    More than a year ago
    Great little gem for dogs in Rowayton

    This dog park is great! Lots of fenced in grass for your dog to run around. The people you interact with are generally friendly. There's a great auto-filling water bowl for the dogs too which is great for hygiene of the animals (don't have to worry about animals peeing in the water dishes). The dog park is HUGE. Not sure why someone would say its small. As someone who came up from Brooklyn to Connecticut, its the largest open area I've ever been able to let my dog run around in. The park is also self sufficient, in that its supported by funding from people who use the park.

  • Alexis
    More than a year ago
    clean and friendly

    Very nicely maintained. The regulars were very friendly and welcoming to our new pup.

  • Steph
    More than a year ago
    closed for the spring

    is great when it is open. It was closed from April to June (the best time of year to go to the dog park).

  • Robin
    More than a year ago
    Low key, clean, friendly

    We took our senior doxie here and had a lovely time. The field is big and square, well maintained, and low-key. Owners keep it clean. Big dogs and little dogs are off leash and the park is big enough for solitary dogs to have their own space without stress.

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