Off-Leash Dog Parks in Bronx, NY

There are 8 off-leash dog parks in Bronx. 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 Bronx.

Pet Friendly Pelham Bay Park Dog Run
Pelham Bay Park Dog Run The Pelham Bay Park Dog Run is located in Pelham South, not far from the entrance at Middletown Road and Stadium Avenue. The Dog Run is one of the first dog runs to be built by the NYC Parks Department. Nearby, Orchard Beach is also a treat in the off-season, when strolling, biking or dog walking (on the promenade only from October 1 to May 1) are very popular. See Details
Pet Friendly Franz Sigel Park
Franz Sigel Park This is a lovely park with seating, plenty of trees, and a gazebo. It has a fenced area where dogs can be off leash. See Details
Pelham Bay Park At over 2,700 acres, Pelham Bay Park is the city's largest park. Leashed dogs are welcome on the park's many trails. See Details
Seton Park Leashed dogs are welcome in Seton Park, which is located near West 235th Street and Independence Avenue. There is also an off-leash dog run located within the park. See Details
Williamsbridge Oval Leashed dogs are welcome in the Williamsburg Playground, which is located near Gun Hill Road and the Bronx River Parkway. There is also an off-leash dog run located in the park. See Details
Ewen Park Leashed dogs are welcome in Ewen Park, which is located near Johnson Avenue and West 232nd Street. There is also an off-leash dog run located within the park. See Details
Henry Hudson Park and Dog Run Leashed pets are welcome throughout the park, and there is an off-leash dog run located within the park. See Details
Hackett Park Leashed dogs are welcome in Frank S. Hackett Park, which is located near Riverdale Avenue and West 254th Street. There is also an off-leash dog run located within the park. See Details
Brookdale Dog Park This huge new dog park is fully fenced with a separate small dog area, agility equipment, running water, waste bags, and gravel mulch. See Details
Sirius Dog Run The Sirius Dog Run in Battery Park City's Gateway Plaza area is a great dog run with new paving. It is a beautiful part of the city, and many friendly dogs and their humans love this area. It is named after one of the Rescue Labs that gave his life during the 9-11 search and rescue operations. See Details
Central Park No trip to Manhattan with your dog would be complete without a stroll through Central Park. Dogs must remain on-leash in the park except during designated off-leash hours in 23 areas of Central Park. Off-leash hours are before 9:00 am and after 9:00 pm. There are over 15 dog fountains throughout the park. Visit the website for specific information on dog-friendly areas. Make sure to always clean up after your pet. See Details
Dyker Beach Park Dog Run Dyker Beach Park Dog Run includes a large, grassy dog run with a secure entrance where your pet can play off-leash. See Details
Grass Island Dog Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this fenced Greenwich dog park, which includes a separate area for small dogs. See Details
Prospect Park Dog Field From 5am to 9am and 9 pm to 1 am daily, dogs can roam free and even swim in the Long Meadow, Neathermead and Peninsula areas of Prospect Park. You will be joined by hundreds of other happy dog owners and their dogs, enjoying the sprawling fields. See Details
West 72nd Street Dog Run West 72nd Street Dog Park in New York City makes the big city feel cozy to a dog owner and features two separate areas, plenty of seating, and lots of shade. See Details
Stuyvesant Park Dog Run Dogs of all sizes and their owners enjoy this well-shaded and relatively clean dog run. The surrounding area is also very peaceful, and the park across the street is also a great place to walk your (on-leash) dog, with beautifully kept flowers and fountains. See Details
Lincoln Park Dog Run This large, well-maintained, off-leash dog park includes a separate area for small dogs, and even has its own fire hydrant. See Details
Paws Place Ward Acres Dog Park Pets love to socialize and play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes a separate area for small dogs. See Details
Madison Square Park Dog Run This popular NYC dog park is a bit on the smaller side, but is a favorite among NYC dog-lovers. Double-entry/exit gates help ensure your dog's safety when anyone enters or leaves the park. Water is available for dogs during the late spring, summer, and early fall, but bring your own, just in case. Plenty of seating and shade available. See Details
Ridgewood Bark Park This fun off-leash dog park is located near a duck pond and playground. Fully fenced with separate small dog area, toys, and agility equipment. See Details
Pug Hill A group of Pug owners meets here on weekends at noon and allows the pugs to roam off-leash. Definitely a sight to be seen even without a Pug. See Details
Overpeck Park Dog Run There's plenty of room for your pet to play at this fenced, off-leash dog park, which includes a separate area for small pets, benches, and plenty of shade. See Details
Cunningham Park Dog Run This large, attractive, off-leash dog park in Queens is known for being very clean and friendly. See Details