Off-Leash Dog Parks in Olathe, KS

There are 13 off-leash dog parks in Olathe, KS. Use the links below to get an overview of each dog park, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners.

Heritage Park

The Heritage Park Dog Off-Leash Area is a great spot for your canine to enjoy! It is a 30-acre area with a fenced open space and a small pond. The off-leash area is accessible from all entrances of the park but is closest to the entrance at 16240 Lackman Road Please note that weekly maintenance closures are in effect. Maintenance will be scheduled for Tuesdays from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Closures are intended to allow for a higher level of maintenance to the area without compromising dog and patron safety. Trespassing is prohibited when the gate is locked.

The Pet Ranch Private Dog Park

Membership has its privileges. Along with discounts on products and services, members get access to our 13 acre member-only dog park. Complete with mulch trails, benches, picnic tables, trash receptacles, shaded wood areas, large fields, fenced in dog pond, and agility course. Low traffic park with an awesome family of members!

Thomas S. Stoll Dog Park

Pets will find plenty of cool smells to investigate in this wooded, fenced, off-leash dog park. Drinking water available during the warm months.

Wayside Waifs Bark Park

Pets love to play off-leash at this 5-acre fenced dog park with agility equipment, lights, drinking water, trees, and benches. Application and fees required for gate key.

Penn Valley Park

This fenced, 2.7 acre off-leash dog park is much loved by locals. Includes water fountains for both dogs and humans as well as a water spigot.

Wyandotte County Lake Off Leash Area

Your pet will love the chance to play off-leash in the designated area of this lovely public park. The off-leash area is not fenced.

Swope Park

Pets are welcome to join their owners on-leash at this park, which includes ball fields, tennis courts, and summer concerts and festivals.

Swanson's Streamway Dog Park

Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park, located on Woodland Drive near the Shawnee Mission Parkway.

Jacob Loose Memorial Park

Enjoy the great outdoors with your four-legged friend at this fun public park. Pets welcome as long as they remain on-leash.

Kill Creek Streamway Park

Your pet will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes a small stream and lovely bridges.

Shawnee Mission Park

Shawnee Mission Park, a multi-use, 1,600-acre park is located at 79th and Renner Road in Shawnee, Kansas. It is the largest park in the county and the most visited park in the entire state of Kansas. A 53-acre off-leash dog park, one of the largest in the country, has hiking trails, large open spaces and a 200-foot dog beach. Shawnee Mission Park is home to a number of fantastic amenities as well as a beautiful 120-acre lake. Our beautiful scenic lake is a very popular spot for boating, fishing, sail boarding, and much more. The park also has eleven spacious shelters, numerous picnic areas, nature trails, play areas, an archery range, a disc golf course, and is a great place to enjoy mountain biking and horseback riding. The park is also home to The Theatre in the Park, Shawnee Mission Park Beach, and Shawnee Mission Park Marina. In season, there are canoes, pedal boats, and fishing boats available for rent at the marina.

Shawnee Mission Off Leash Dog Park

A fun place for your canine family member to run and play! Located east of the observation tower on John Barkley Drive, the 53-acre off-leash area features a dog swim area along with wood chip and natural surface trails through grassland and wooded areas. Our off-leash area also includes paved parking and portable toilets. The area is open year-round during regular park hours except Tuesdays from 5:00 am to 9:00 am for routine maintenance. To view the location of the off-leash area in the park please see the Shawnee Mission Park Map. For the enjoyment of all patrons and pets all JCPRD Dog Off-Leash Area Code of Conduct/Rules apply.

Waggin Trail

All Park patrons must comply with the park rules as stated. Persons failing to comply with the rules may be subject to a formal complaint filed with the North Kansas City Police Department. Persons asked to leave the park premises who do not comply may be subject to prosecution for trespassing. Off-leash dog areas are for dogs and their handlers. No animals other than dogs shall be permitted in the areas. No other use is permitted, including skateboard, bicycles, scooters, strollers and rollerblades. Handlers must “scoop the poop” and dispose of waste in designated Park provided container. (Ordinance 6.12.120) To create a positive experience for you and your dog, make sure your dog knows how to appropriately socialize with other dogs before using the Park. Dog owners assume all risk related to the use of the Dog Park. The Cities of North Kansas City or Kansas City shall not be liable for any injury or damage caused by dogs or handlers. Handlers are responsible for any injuries caused by dog(s) under their control. Dogs that exhibit aggressive behavior are not allowed in the park. Dogs must be removed immediately from park at the first sign of aggression. (Ordinance 6.12.090) Dogs in the Small Dog area are to be less than 30 pounds. No dogs under the age of 4 months are allowed. All dogs exceeding 30 pounds are required to use the Large Dog area. Female dogs in heat and dogs with fresh wounds are not allowed in the Dog Park. (Ordinance 6.12.100) All dogs must be current on their vaccinations along with displaying current tag on a collar or harness. (Ordinance 6.12.020) SPIKED COLLARS ARE NOT ALLOWED. All animal to human bites must be reported to the City of North Kansas City Animal Control Department immediately. (Ordinance 6.16.020) Dogs must be on leash, a maximum length of 6 feet, when entering and exiting the off-leash dog areas. Handlers must have possession of the dog leash at all times. No dogs are allowed within the off-leash area while restrained by a leash. Children 5 and under are not allowed in the off-leash dog areas. Children 6 – 15 must be accompanied by an adult and handlers must be a minimum of 16 years of age. Dogs must be under voice control of their handler and in view of their handler at all times. Only 2 dogs are allowed per handler. Handlers must repair all holes and damage done by their dog under their supervision. Park Hours of Operation are 6AM to Sunset or 9PM whichever comes first.