Off-Leash Dog Parks in Mequon, WI

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Mequon, and 14 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 Mequon.

Pet Friendly Katherine K. Carpenter Dog Park
Katherine K. Carpenter Dog Park This dog park is a beautiful place with a creek and woods where your pet will love to play off-leash. Be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
Pet Friendly Granville Dog Park
Granville Dog Park This huge off-leash dog park includes hills, woods, and grassy areas, as well as a creek and walking trails along the river. Dogs must be licensed and have proof of current rabies vaccination as well as a Dog Exercise Area permit tag attached to collar. See Details
Mitchell Park Off Leash Dog Park This lovely off-leash dog park has plenty of green gas, walking trails, shade trees, and access to a creek to splash in. See Details
Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area Estabrook Park Dog Exercise Area provides a space for Milwaukee area dogs and dog owners to enjoy some off leash play. There is a general area for all dogs along with a separate area for small dogs. This permit-based area requires either a daily or annual pass for admission. Dogs visiting the park are required to display current license, proof of rabies vaccination, and Dog Exercise Area permit on collar. See Details
West Bend Dog Park 10 acres completely fenced in for your dog to roam off-leash. See Details
Currie Park Dog Exercise Area Currie Park Dog Exercise Area provides a space for Milwaukee area dogs and dog owners to enjoy some off leash play. This permit-based area requires either a daily or annual pass for admission. Dogs visiting the park are required to display current license, proof of rabies vaccination, and Dog Exercise Area permit on collar. See Details
Minooka Dog Exercise Area Off-leash dog exercise area. Large fenced in area for small breeds and a separate area for large breeds. See Details
Muttland Meadows Dog Park at Lime Kiln Park This fenced, off-leash dog park includes over 6 acres of hills, trails, and fields for your pet to chase and play. See Details
Bay View Dog Park About an acre of fenced-in area for dogs. See Details
Warnimont Park Dog Exercise Area Warnimont Park Dog Exercise Area provides a space for Milwaukee area dogs and dog owners to enjoy some off leash play. There is a general area for all dogs along with a separate area for small dogs. This permit-based area requires either a daily or annual pass for admission. Dogs visiting the park are required to display current license, proof of rabies vaccination, and Dog Exercise Area permit on collar. See Details
McKinley Marina Park Bring your dog for a beautiful walk on the lake at this lovely park. Pets welcome as long as they are leashed. See Details
Ridge Run County Park Pets are welcome to join you on-leash on the hiking trails of this park, which includes forests, riverside walks and a boardwalk. See Details
Cedar Lake Wayside Off Leash Dog Area Your pet is welcome to join you off-leash in this lovely, 3-acre picnic spot with open, grassy fields. Picnic area and restrooms nearby. Area is not fenced. See Details
Homestead Howl Dog Park Bring Fido to romp off-leash at Homestead Howl Dog Park! Located within Homestead Hollow County Park, the Dog Park is nine-acres and completely fenced-in, with separate sections for small and large breeds. It features plenty of open space, trails, dog bag stations, benches, and trash cans situated around the perimeter. Homestead Howl Dog Park is open from dawn until dusk. Admission is $5 for a daily pass, $30 for a resident annual pass, and $40 for a non-resident annual pass. The pass grants access to all Washington County parks. See Details
Sandy Paws Dog Park Sandy Knoll County Park is now home to Washington County’s second dog park, Sandy Paws Presented by Fleet Farm! The 9 acre dog park is located on the left side of the park as soon as you drive through the main entrance. The park is entirely fenced in with open areas, wooded trails, and a shelter with seating for dog-owners. There is a small and large dog area as well as a back entrance that leads to additional trails. The park is open year-round from dawn until dusk. Annual Washco Park Pass - $30; Daily Park Pass - $5. See Details