Off-Leash Dog Parks in Angier, NC

There are 11 off-leash dog parks within 20 miles of Angier. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Angier.

Pet Friendly Carolina Pines Community Dog Park
Carolina Pines Community Dog Park Pets will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park with shade and drinking water. Two separate areas provide play space for dogs of all abilities as well as elderly, infirm, small, or shy dogs. See Details
Pet Friendly Oakwood Dog Park
Oakwood Dog Park This neighborhood off-leash dog park is a great place to bring your dog on a beautiful day! There are toys, plenty of fresh water buckets, and friendly owners. Two fully-fenced areas provide play space for dogs of any size along with play space for elderly, infirm, small, or shy dogs. See Details
Cary Dog Park Your dog will love to run free in this safe, fenced, 1-acre dog park. Includes a separate area for smaller pets and electronic gate. Passes required. See Details
Apex Nature Park Dog Park Features 2 acre park, fenced and lighted Pet waste stations Separate sections for small dogs and for large dogs Shade gazebos and benches Water fountains Wood chips for ground cover See Details
Fuquay Varina Dog Park Amenities include: -Grassy areas -Benches for relaxing -Sanitary stations -Small Dog and Large Dog areas See Details
Benson Dog Park Near the intersection of East Main Street and South Walton Drive, lies the Benson Dog Park. The Dog Park is roughly three acres and features clean-up bags, trash bins, and separate fenced-in play areas for large and small dogs. Dog owners who visit mention that the Park is easy to access from the highway. See Details
Knightdale Station Knightdale Station, while still under development, offers much to everyone looking for a relaxing leeway on their trip either to or through Knightdale, NC. In particular, there is the Ashley Wilder Dog Park for you and your furry friend! The park is very dog friendly and even has separate gated areas to allow your dog off-leash so that the little dogs (under 25 lbs) and bigger dogs (over 25 lbs) can feel free to be as comfortable and happy as physically possible. No lack of wagging tails here! See Details
Hunter Street Park Park Features: 12 acre park Softball/Baseball field Soccer field Asphalt walking trail Multi-age Playground Restroom Facility / Rentable Shelter Dog Park (registration required) See Details
Lake Benson Park Lake Benson Park is pet-friendly. This 64-acre park includes large open space areas, 1.8 miles of paved and unpaved pet-friendly trails, two playgrounds and four picnic shelters. Dogs are welcome to join you around the park, as long as they are leashed and all mess is cleaned up after them. The park can be accessed every day of the week from 8am until 8pm. See Details
Jaycee Dog Run Located just south of the parking area on Wade Avenue, close to the playgrounds and tennis courts, is the Jaycee Dog Run. The Dog Run features an accessible sidewalk, ample parking, benches, trash cans, and a dog waste station. See Details
Dix Park Dog Park Dix Park Dog Park is pet-friendly. Dogs and their owners are invited to run, romp and relax at the temporary off-leash dog park now open at Dix Park. The dog park is temporarily located on the site of the former athletic field on Biggs Drive where our Pop-PupAlooza events have been held. This facility provides a much needed off-leash dog area for park visitors, with all other areas of Dix Park requiring dogs to be on-leash. The 3+ acre dog park is open to the public seven days a week and includes separate areas for small and large dogs. Check out their website for closure dates. See Details