Off-Leash Dog Parks in Cincinnati, OH

There are 10 off-leash dog parks in Cincinnati. 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 Cincinnati.

Pet Friendly Otto Armleder Dog Park
Otto Armleder Dog Park Otto Armleder Dog Park in Cincinnati, OH, is a 10-acre fenced dog park, separated into three sections. There are two large sections on either side, and a smaller section in the middle for small breeds. The park rangers rotate the large sides of the park to allow for the grass to regrow about every 3 months or so. There are several benches, dog waste receptacles, and water spouts for the dogs. Please note that dogs are not permitted to run off leash near the canoe access area. See Details
Pet Friendly Diamond Dogs Dog Park
Diamond Dogs Dog Park Fido can play off-leash at Diamond Dogs Dog Park, located within the 126-acre, pet-friendly Heritage Park along the Great Miami River in Cincinnati, OH. The fenced dog park offers an entrance for large and small dogs, shade, trees, waste bags, shaded seating and a seasonally-available water source. See Details
Aces Pickleball + Kitchen Check out the pet-friendly Aces Pickleball + Kitchen in Cincinnati, OH. This unique destination hosts a full-service restaurant and bar, plus an off-leash dog park with a 6,000-square-foot seating plaza, a separate 10,000-square-foot seating plaza with fire pits, TVs, corn hole, and ping pong, and indoor and outdoor pickleball courts. Leashed furry friends are welcome in all outdoor areas except the pickleball courts. See Details
Dog Park at Washington Park This beautiful dog park in the popular Washington Park in Cincinnati, OH, features 12,000 square feet of fully-fenced play space. Dogs can splash in the creek, explore the large boulders, enjoy a refreshing drink from the water fountain, and play on the synthetic canine turf while humans will enjoy the benches and human drinking fountain. See Details
Simmonds Family Dog Park Bring Fido to explore and play at the Simmonds Family Dog Park in Cincinnati, OH. This 11-acre fenced-in recreation area features four separate fields for pups to exercise off-leash. Visitors and their pups can utilize trees, benches, agility equipment and more. Ensure you clean up after your pooch to preserve the cleanliness of the park. See Details
Dog Field at Kellogg Park Pets love the chance to exercise off-leash at the dog field at Kellogg Park in Cincinnati, OH. This four-acre community recreation area includes a separate small dog area, drinking fountains, benches and trees for shade. The dog field is located in the back portion of Kellogg Park. Note that a permit is required to visit. See Details
Dog Park at Mt. Airy Forest Bring Fido to play at the dog park at Mt. Airy Forest in Cincinnati, OH. The community park boasts a large enclosed area for dogs to romp around in, as well as doggy pools and agility equipment. There are miles of trails in the beautiful Mt. Airy Forest just behind the park if Fido is seeking a change of pace. See Details
Red Dog Park Bring your pup for some off-leash fun at the fenced-in Red Dog Park in Cincinnati, OH. This three-acre natural recreation space offers a separate small dog area, agility equipment, benches and paths. Note that a membership is required to visit this dog park. See Details
Sawyer Point Park Take a stroll on one of the paved walkways or play a game of frisbee at this popular Sawyer Point Park in Cincinnati, OH. This dog-friendly recreation area welcomes leashed pups to join their owners for a visit. See Details
Dog Park at Westwood Town Hall Park Bring Fido to the dog park at Westwood Town Hall Park in Cincinnati, OH. This fenced-in recreation space offers a secure area for four-legged friends to exercise and play. Amenities of the park include shade trees, double-gated entry and benches. Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the dog park. See Details
Dog Park at Schappacher Park Your pet will love to exercise and socialize off-leash at the dog park Schappacher in Mason, OH. This recreation space contains two separate areas for small and large dogs. It also offers various shade opportunities, water and a waste station. Fido must be leashed when returning to the community park space. See Details
Hamilton Bark Park at Veterans Park Hamilton Bark Park at Veterans Park in Hamilton, OH, is great for Fido to explore and play off-leash. This recreation space offers large dog and small dog areas, a water station for both dogs and humans, benches and shading. Ensure Fido is leashed when re-entering the community park. See Details
The Bark Park & Patio The Bark Park & Patio is a private dog park with an attached taproom in Florence, KY. Fido can play in the 1+ acre fenced space while you enjoy a glass of wine or an ice cold beer. A liability waiver will need to be signed upon your first visit. Fido must be current on all vaccinations and leased in the taproom and on the patio. Day passes are offered as well as monthly and annual dog memberships. The park is closed on Mondays for private events. Human guests must be at least 21 years of age to enter. See Details
Furfield Dog Park Take Fido to run, play and make new friends at Furfield Dog Park in Fairfield, OH. The dog park is stretched over more than 6 acres of grassy land and features multiple, fenced-in areas giving room for dogs of all sizes and play levels the opportunity to exercise safely. The park also features a pond. See Details
Fort Thomas Dog Park Fort Thomas Dog Park, also known as Highland Hills Dog Park, is an off-leash park in Fort Thomas, KY. Bring Fido to exercise, socialize and have fun at this friendly neighborhood dog park. The park has sheltered seating, a pet waste station, a double-gated entrance, and a separate enclosed area for small dogs. See Details
Wiggly Field Dog Park at Voice of America MetroPark Wiggly Field Dog Park at Voice of America MetroPark is an off-leash fenced recreation area in West Chester, OH. The park features two separate spaces for large and small dogs, benches, waste bags and structures that provide shade. Dogs must be licensed, have current vaccinations, wear an ID and not show signs of aggression. See Details
Dog Park at Walton Community Park Bring Fido to explore the dog park at Walton Community Park in Walton, KY. The fenced dog park features separate areas for small and large dogs, and an agility course. After your pup expends his energy, reattach his leash and enjoy Walton Community Park which occupies 30 acres and features two large playgrounds, a paved walking trail, picnic facilities and plenty of open space. See Details
Summit Park Dog Park Summit Park Dog Park is an off-leash park located inside Summit Park in Blue Ash, OH. Waste bags are available, as well as a water fountain. Please note that there are not separate areas for small and large dogs. See Details
Great Amelia Paw Park The Great Amelia Paw Park is inside Spencer Shank Memorial Park in Amelia, OH. This recreation space includes a separate area for smaller pets, benches for owners to relax on, and a double-gated vestibule for safe entry and exit into the park. Your leashed pup can also enjoy you for a stroll in the larger community recreation area. See Details
SFC Jason Bishop Memorial Dog Park SFC Jason Bishop Memorial Dog Park is pet-friendly space in Covington, KY. It features separate areas for small and large dogs and offers seating for dog owners to relax and watch pups play with their new friends. Water fountains for dogs are available in warmer months. See Details
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