Off-Leash Dog Parks in Chester, VA

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Chester, and 7 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 Chester.

Pet Friendly Chester Dog Park at Goyne Park
Chester Dog Park at Goyne Park Chester Dog Park at Goyne Park is pet-friendly. This dog park is a great place to bring Fido for an off-leash stretch of the legs. The first phase features a small dog run and an eight-foot wide walking path that winds for 220-feet. There's also an 80-foot release foyer area. There are plans to add an agility course and large dog run too. The large dog run is now open, with water access in place at the start of 2020. See Details
Pet Friendly Barker Field at Byrd Park
Barker Field at Byrd Park This large, off-leash dog park is fully fenced and includes bench swings, shade, and drinking water in-season. Be sure to bring water in cooler months. See Details
Church Hill Dog Park at Chimborazo Park This fenced dog park is a great place for dogs to socialize off-leash. The park includes three doggie cool-down stations too. See Details
Ruff House Dog Park at Rockwood Park Locals rave about how clean and well-maintained this fenced, off-leash dog park is. It includes two separate areas, benches, and seasonal drinking water nearby. See Details
Phideaux Field at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church This lovely private off-leash dog park is rarely crowded, which means your pet will have plenty of room to play. Bowls provided but bring water. See Details
Dorey Dog Park Dorey Park has an off-leash dog park, 1 acre in size, with 5 foot enclosed fence with two areas – one for small dogs and the other for larger dogs. See Details
Northside Dog Park Two large fenced areas (not dog-size specific) feature several picnic tables inside and several benches outside. Not much shade, but room for plenty of dogs to run. No water tap, but water jugs delivered. Adjacent to the Henderson Sports Complex behind Henderson Middle School off Old Brook Road and Azalea Avenue. Turn off Old Brook right next to the Northside YMCA building and follow about 1/4 mile to the parking area. See Details
Pole Green Dog Park This 1.2-acre dog park, established in 2015, is the second dog park in Hanover County. The dog park has two water stations, several waste stations, a time-out pen, and benches. Pole Green Dog Park is open daily from dawn to dusk throughout the year. See Details