Off-Leash Dog Parks in Cincinnati, OH

There are 9 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 is a 10-acre fenced dog park, broken up into three sections. There are two large sections on either side, and a smaller section in the middle for small breeds and puppies. The park rangers rotate the large sides of the park to allow for the grass to regrow about every 3 months or so. Several benches to sit down on, disposals for dog waste, and water spouts for the dogs. Pitbulls are not allowed in the park. See Details
Pet Friendly Mt. Airy Forest Dog Park
Mt. Airy Forest Dog Park Mt. Airy Forest Dog Park is a nice big area for dogs to romp around in. There are miles of trails in the beautiful Mt. Airy Forest just behind the park if you want a change of pace. See Details
Washington Park Dog Park This beautiful dog park, located in the popular Washington Park, 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
Red Dog Park Bring your pet for some off-leash fun at this fenced dog park with separate small dog area, agility equipment, benches and paths. Membership required. See Details
Wagspark Call ahead to find out about any temporary restrictions due to COVID-19. Locals rave about this clean, well-kept dog park, which is fully fenced with a diving dock over the lake and agility course. Temperament test and membership required. See Details
Kathryn Stagge-Marr Community Park The Jewel of Goshen Park District is the New 82 acre park, Kathryn Stagge-Marr Community Park.Goshen Township Park District is on the East side of town in Clermont County.Our Park has 100 person rentable shelter.outdoord grills throught park for use,Mile and a half walking trail,water fountain,the Newest 18 hole Disc Golf course in Cincinnati design by GCFDA.Commercial playground playest,Hidden Geo caching,fishing pond to kick back and try your luck? As our Park Commissoners say "PARKS ARE FOR EVERYONE to ENJOY" See Details
Sawyer Point Park Take a stroll on one of the paved walkways or play a game of frisbee at this popular public park. Pets are welcome if they are leashed. See Details
Kellogg Dog Field Pets love the chance to exercise off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes separate small dog area, drinking fountains, benches, and trees for shade. Permit required. See Details
Simmonds Family Dog Park Dogs are welcome at the Simmonds Family Dog Park. In fact, this is a park just for them, equipped with a large lawn and a fenced-in area. It's the ideal place to bring your pooch for some exercise and to meet other pups. There are benches for humans and water fountains for dogs to cool down at. The views around the park are nice, too. Make sure you clean up after your pooch to preserve the cleanliness of the park. The dog park is open every day of the week from 6am until 9pm. See Details
Wiggly Field Dog Park at Voice of America Park This conveniently-located dog park includes three separate fenced areas with grass ground cover, though it is known to get muddy at times. See Details
Kenton County Paw Park Kenton County Paw Park has very large enclosures, with lush green grass and friendly people. See Details
Fort Thomas Dog Park at Highland Hills Park Bring your pet for some off-leash fun at this friendly neighborhood dog park, which is fully fenced on a hillside that rarely becomes muddy. See Details
Hamilton Bark Park Large dog and small dog area. A water station for both dogs and humans. Benches and shading. Large dog sculpture. Fenced in by 5 foot fence. See Details
Spencer Shank Memorial Park Bring your pet to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes a separate area for smaller pets as well as benches for owners to relax on. See Details
Symmes Township Dog Park Let your pet have some off-leash fun at this fenced dog park, which offers plenty of shade during warm months. Closed in winter, and remember to bring water. See Details
Boone County Dog Park This fenced, off-leash dog park is a local favorite, with its two separate small dog areas. Agility equipment is available as well as kiddie pools for pets to splash in. See Details
Schappacher Dog Park Your pet will love to exercise and socialize off-leash at this fenced dog park with plenty of trees for shade. See Details
Walton Community Park Walton Community Park is a 30 acre park with two large playgrounds, a paved walking trail, picnic facilities and lots of green space. See Details
Newport Dog Park Newport Dog Park is currently in the process of relocating. Stay tuned for updates. See Details
Voice of America Park Leashed dogs welcome at this 435-acre park in the suburban area of West Chester. There is a 1.4 mile paved trail around the stocked lake. See Details