Off-Leash Dog Parks in Brockton, MA

There are 54 off-leash dog parks within 20 miles of Brockton. 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 Brockton.

Pet Friendly Stodder's Neck Dog Park
Stodder's Neck Dog Park Stoddard's Neck Dog Park is a fun place for dogs. It is surrounded on three sides by water, an on the front by a 4 foot rock wall. The park is grassy and has trails for you you walk on, woods to romp in, and hills to roll down. The swimming is great too! People bring thier own water (there are bowls everywhere) and poop bag stations are located throughout the park. Most people there are friendly and responsible, and there are benches and picnic tables for them to socialize at as well! Stoddard's Neck is even easy to get to. Just hop on Route 3A, go through Weymouth, and right over the Weymouth/Hingham line. Go just past Abigail Adams Park. Immediatley after a small bridge but BEFORE the Dodge dealership the park in on the opposite side of the road. See Details
Pet Friendly Randolph Dog Park
Randolph Dog Park Randolph Dog Park in Randolph, MA, is a secure pet-friendly area for Fido to play. This off-leash park has separate areas for large and small dogs in addition to tunnels, boulders and stairs for dogs to navigate and explore. Owners will find seating and shaded areas from which to watch their pets at play. Water is available. See Details
JB's Indoor Dog Park Come and play at JB’s Indoor Dog Park, the South Shore’s original off-leash, indoor facility in Norwell, MA. Bring your dog and play in a 3,000 square foot, clean, safe, social and exciting environment. To ensure the well-being and the safety of all dogs, your dog must socialize well with other dogs. See Details
Jean B. Waldstein Playground Dog-friendly Jean B. Waldstein Playground in Brookline, MA, allows Fido to play off-leash each day between dawn and 9am. Your canine companion can exercise and socialize with friends on or off leash in the large open field. This open area is not enclosed so pets should be supervised. Family-friendly Jean B. Waldstein Playground also has basketball courts and softball fields, picnic tables, a playground, restrooms, walking paths, and a splash pad. See Details
Boston Common Boston Common is a popular recreational area in Boston, MA. This pet-friendly park has dedicated hours where dogs may play off-leash, but they are welcome leashed at all times. The area in which dogs are allowed off-leash is rotated to preserve the grass underneath. The maximum limits for dogs is 3 per person. Boston Common is open every day of the week from 6am to 11pm, except during special events. See Details
Peter's Park Peter's Park is a fenced, off-leash dog park in Boston, MA. The park includes a separate area for smaller dogs, benches to rest and relax on, and plenty of clean gravel. This park is over 13,000 square feet which includes a 3,000 square feet small dog area. See Details
Wrentham Dog Park Wrentham Dog Park in Wrentham, MA, is a dog-friendly, enclosed, and off-leash park for Fido to run and play. See Details
Channel Center Dog Park This little-known off-leash neighborhood dog park is a wonderful place to bring Fido in the Forty Point Channel Historic District. See Details
North End Dog Park North End Dog Park is a gated dog-friendly play area, featuring small and large dog areas, jumps, tunnels, decking, artificial grass, and water features like fire hydrants that let off mist for hot dogs to cool down. The park is kept clean by sprinklers that give the ground a regular wash down. You can find your way there through Prince Street, Defilippo Playground, and the intersection of Snow Hill and Hull Street. See Details
Zero New Washington Dog Park Dogs can play off-leash at this park in Somerville. Please pick up after your pets. See Details
Fresh Pond Reservation Dog Park Cambridge resident pets are welcome to play off-leash at this lovely reservation. There are even two ponds where pets are permitted to take a swim! Dogs must stay off mowed lawns and most paved trails. See Details
Watertown Dog Park Completely fenced in dog park with benches and water and extra poop bags! See Details
Dedham Dog Park Bring Fido to romp off-leash at Dedham Dog Park, a members-only play area. Dog owners must pay the yearly membership fee and sign release forms before bringing their pet to the Park. Pets must be registered with the Dedham Parks and Recreation department and wearing registration tags. Registration requires proof of town dog license. Rules and registration information can be found on its official website. Dedham Dog Park is open Monday through Thursday from 8:30am to 3:00pm and Friday through Sunday from 7:00am to Dusk. See Details
Griggs Park Bring your pet for some off-leash socialization at this Brookline public park. Off-leash use permitted from dawn to 1pm. See Details
Lotta Bradburn Shick Park Local pet owners love this Brookline public park, where their four-legged friends are welcome to play off-leash from dawn to 9am. See Details
East 1st Dog Park Dogs can run and play at this Boston dog park. Off-leash play is welcome for well-behaved pets. See Details
Carleton Court Dog Park This simple, fenced dog park is set in a beautiful area, making it a lovely place for your pet to play off-leash. See Details
Larz Anderson Park Larz Anderson Park is part of the GreenDog Program. Dogs are not always permitted off-leash at this park. Dogs must meet certain criteria and be registered in the program to be allowed off-leash during the designated hours. At Larz Anderson, there is a small area of the park where Fido is welcome to play off-leash during these hours. There is an annual fee for using this service of $50 for residents and $100 for non-residents. Daily and weekly permits are also available. The off-leash hours are from dawn until 1pm from March through November and dawn until dusk from December through February. See Details
Paul Revere Dog Park Locals rave about this fenced, off-leash dog park. It's a great place to bring your pet to socialize while you meet other friendly dog owners. See Details
Forge Pond Park Great spot to brings dogs in the offseason. There is a long secluded walking trail across King Street from the entrance to the park. The trail circles behind the King street homes to a beautiful secluded lake. Dogs must be leashed at all times on a leash under six feet. See Details
South Boston Bark Park Pets love this fenced South Boston off-leash dog park, which includes benches, trees, tunnels, and gravel ground cover. Dogs must be licensed. See Details
Hunnewell Park This dog park is in Newton, but the parking area is in Brighton. The dog park area is completely fenced. My dog loved romping with the other dogs, playing ball, and eat the grass. A fun doggy outing. See Details
Bremen Street Dog Park Off-leash, gated dog park run by Massport. Separate section for small dogs. All dogs must be spayed/neutered. See Details
Rogers Park Pets are welcome on-leashes at this public park, a great place to relax on the wide green lawn and meet your four-legged neighbors. See Details