Off-Leash Dog Parks in Boyds, MD

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Boyds, and 25 more nearby. 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 Boyds.

Pet Friendly Black Hill Regional Dog Park
Black Hill Regional Dog Park Bring your pet to hike with you on-leash on the miles of trails in the park, or let them run and play off-leash at the 1/2 acre fenced dog park. See Details
Pet Friendly Cabin John Dog Park
Cabin John Dog Park Bring your pet down to this fenced, off-leash dog park for a chance to make friends and play. See Details
Vienna Dog Park The Vienna Dog Park is located at 700 Courthouse Rd, SW. The parking lot is off of Old Courthouse Road. If the lot is full, patrons can park up the hill at the Nottoway Park basketball courts. The Vienna Dog Park offers a doggie & human water fountain, fully shaded Woodchip surface, fully fenced area that's 5 ft high with double gates, and agility equipment (ramp, hoop, hurdles). See Details
Olney Manor Recreational Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this free, one-acre, fenced dog park. Includes separate area for smaller dogs. See Details
Shaw Dog Park This 15,000 sf dog park on 11th Street NW between Q and R streets is fully fenced and has separate areas large and small dogs. See Details
Leesburg Dog Park at Olde Izaak Walton Park Your pet will thank you for the off-leash exercise at this fenced dog park with benches, gravel paths, and grass ground cover. Remember to bring water. See Details
Montrose Park Bring your leashed pup to the super dog-friendly Montrose Park, considered one of Washington's best-kept dog-loving secrets. See Details
S Street Dog Park Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park, located on S Street. See Details
Ridge Road Recreational Dog Park In June of 2003, Ridge Road Recreational Park in Germantown was the third M-NCPPC park to open a dog exercise area in Montgomery County. This area is approximately a half acre in size and is enclosed with a 6-foot chain link fence. It is a popular meeting spot and exercise area for local dog owners and their canine friends. See Details
Wheaton Regional Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes plenty of shade and benches to relax on. See Details
Chandon Dog Park Locals love this friendly dog park, which is fully fenced with lots of trees for shade, waste bags, benches for owners, and plenty of squirrels to chase. See Details
Rockville Dog Park at King Farm Rockville pooches will love the chance to play at this residents-only fenced dog park. It's a great place to get some off-leash exercise. Water fountains, was stations, benches, and picnic tables are also available. *In order to keep the Dog Park safe from non-vaccinated and unlicensed dogs, and those not compliant with the rules, the Dog Park is locked and restricted to Rockville residents only whose dog(s) are licensed with the City of Rockville. Dog licensing is handled by the Neighborhood Services/Animal Control Division of the Rockville City Police Department. All dogs older than four months are required to be licensed.* See Details
Baron Cameron Dog Park This fun off-leash park includes water spigots and a separate area for small dogs. It is located near the baseball field. See Details
Green Park Dog Exercise Area This lovely, fenced, off-leash dog park is split into two sections. One is grassy while the other is gravel, and both include benches and a water fountain. See Details
Black Hill Regional Park Black Hill Regional Park was the second M-NCPPC park to open a Dog Park in Montgomery County. This area is approximately a half acre in size and is enclosed with a 6-foot chain link fence. It is a popular meeting spot and exercise area for local dog owners and their canine friends. See Details
Lake Fairfax Park Leashed dogs are welcome in campgrounds and on trails unless otherwise marked. See Details
Fort Ethan Allen Dog Park This fenced off-leash dog park is known for its friendly locals, drinking water, mulch ground cover, and benches to relax on. See Details
Clarendon Dog Park Pets are welcome to run and play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes mulch ground cover to reduce mud. See Details
Ballenger Creek Dog Park Great Dog Park, open to all. Small and Large Dog areas. Very well maintained and friendly See Details
Walter C Pierce Community Park Small--but always busy--dog park between Woodley Park and Adams Morgan. Easy to access off of Calvert Street just east of the Duke Ellington bridge. See Details
Ellsworth Dog Park Large park with a double-gated entrance and separate areas for small and big dogs. Water is available. See Details
Wheaton Dog Park Your pet will love to get some off-leash exercise at this 1/2 acre, fenced dog park, which is a popular spot for local dog owners. See Details
Ellsworth Urban Dog Park Ellsworth Urban Dog Park consists of two separate, fully enclosed and ADA-compliant exercise areas: a small dog area (approximately 2,800 square feet) intended for dogs under 20 pounds, and a large dog area (approximately 17,000 square feet) intended for healthy, well-socialized dogs over 20 pounds. Each enclosure includes a drinking fountain, hose bib or quick coupler connection, artificial turf play mound, benches, shared shade structure, trash receptacles, and a variety of surfacing materials. Open daily from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Newark Street Dog Park Bring Fido to Newark Street Dog Park to play off-leash! The Park features two separate play areas with two separate entrances, a crushed granite surface, benches, a shade shelter, water fountains for people and pets, waste disposal stations, and "a steady supply of tennis balls, provided by [its] Newark Street Park tennis players." Fido must be cleaned up after and leashed when entering and exiting the park. Park capacity is twenty-two dogs. When the park is at capacity and others are waiting, handlers are allowed thirty minutes in the Park with their pets. Newark Street Dog Park's hours vary seasonally, so dog owners should check its website before planning their outing. See Details