Off-Leash Dog Parks in Philadelphia, PA

There are 14 off-leash dog parks in Philadelphia. 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 Philadelphia.

Pet Friendly Schuylkill River Dog Park
Schuylkill River Dog Park This dog park, located along the Schuylkill River, has separate areas for small and large dogs as well as biodegradable poop bags. See Details
Pet Friendly Orianna Hill Dog Park
Orianna Hill Dog Park This membership-based, fenced, neighborhood dog park attracts a crowd of loyal regulars to take wonderful care of the place. See website for membership requirements. See Details
Roxborough Dog Park Our mission: *To create a fenced-in, off leash dog park where well-behaved canine citizens can exercise and socialize in a clean, safe environment. *To promote responsible dog ownership through educational and recreational activities, demonstration projects and training opportunities, thus encouraging current and potential dog owners to develop a more meaningful relationship with their canine companion. *Demonstrate to non-dog owners that well-behaved dogs have a place in our community. *To develop a beautiful and well-maintained space out of a vacant lot for the beautification and use of the community. See Details
Chester Avenue Dog Park Dogs love the chance to play off-leash at this pretty, well-maintained dog park. This fully-fenced with plenty of trees and open space is a membership-based park. For details See Details
Palmer Doggie Depot Palmer Doggie Depot (PDD) is a dog park located south of the Parks Department’s Shissler Recreation Center, at the intersection of Palmer and Blair Streets. The park is a free neighborhood amenity for all dogs and their owners. Behind the scenes is a dedicated band of volunteers, comprised of Fishtown and East Kensington residents, working together in the interest of making PDD an even better place. Our group is currently applying for non-profit status, which will allow for us to pursue non-profit funding from corporate sponsors who share our vision for a clean, green, community space where dogs can meet and play! All dog park users must observe city laws and ordinances, including: dogs must be licensed and vaccinated; dog waste must be disposed of properly; and/or dogs outside of park must remain on leashes at all times. See Details
Schuylkill River Park Leashed pets welcome throughout this riverside park, which also includes an enclosed dog run with fountains and a separate small dog area. See Details
Fairmount Park Leashed pets are welcome to join you at this friendly Philadelphia public park. See Details
Pop's Playground Dog Park Pets will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park with keyed acess. Small membership fee and current licensing required. See Details
Mario Lanza Dog Park Bring your pet to run and play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes water fountains, benches, trees, tables, and lights for night use. See Details
Pretzel Dog Run at Manayunk Park Pets love the chance to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, though be sure to bring water and bowls. See Details
Seger Dog Park Pets will love to play off-leash at this well-kept neighborhood dog park, which is fully fenced. There is artificial turf for ground cover, dog water fountains, and plenty of benches for pet parents. Yearly membership fee requested. See Details
Columbus Square Dog Park Let your dog get some off-leash time at this small, fenced dog park, which includes pea gravel ground cover and stumps for dogs to play on. See Details
Lanier Dog Park Bring your pooch to Lanier Dog Park in Philadelphia. Separated into two sections, one for small pups and another for large, this is a great place to let your dog play off-leash in Philadelphia. The park is fitted with all-weather grass from ForeverLawn so whatever the season, there's a reason to visit with your pup. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind and to keep an eye on dogs playing. See Details
Bok Building Dog Park This dog park is connected to the Bok Building. It's small, but a nice place to meet other local dogs since it's not super well known. The park has two cement seating areas for people to relax on while their dogs play. There is also a water area, poop pick up station, and gated entry way. The dog park is located on the corner of 9th Street and Dudley Street. Opening hours are weekdays 7am to 9pm and weekends 8am to 9pm. Rules and regulations are posted on the gate. See Details
West Mill Creek Park West Mill Creek Park in Narbeth, PA, is a beautiful. small and shady park that welcomes dogs off leash. There is a creek running along one side where dogs and people swim and play. Please note that it is not securely fenced off from the road. See Details
Timber Creek Pooch Park Timber Creek Pooch Park in Blackwood, NJ, is a 9-acre fenced dog park for off leash walking inside a 60 acre wooded park. Leashed dogs are allowed on the many paved trails throughout the area, and there is also a small lake they can swim in. The park also has playgrounds, restrooms, picnic tables and benches throughout. See Details
Dream Park Gloucester County Dog Park The Dog Park has a water fountain, 2 gazebos, 4 dog waste stations, and 8 benches. The 2.5 acre area on the corner of High Hill and Birch Creek Roads in Logan Township features a Small Dog Park for dogs less than 25 pounds that is .5 acres; and a Large Dog Park that is one acre. See Details
Bow Wow Park Bow Wow Park in Pennsauken, NJ, features two fenced in areas: One for dogs under 25lbs, the other for dogs over 25lbs. Each has an asphalt path down the center with stones on one side and grass on the other side. See Details
Horsham Dog Park at Kohler Park Pet owners rave about this neighborhood off-leash dog park, which is fenced with a separate area for smaller dogs. Be sure to bring water. See Details
Montgomery Township Bark Park Bark Park is a beautiful fenced in area where dogs can play with each other and their owners. There are obstacles, toys, and picnic tables, a huge tree stump, and a lovely dog statue. The park is split into two sections, one for larger dogs, one for tiny pooches, and each feature a safety zone with double fence doors to protect dogs from taking off. There are trees scattered throughout, and it's far enough off the road to really feel like a secluded park. There's a nicely mulched walk from the ample parking area, and the township even supplies pick-up bags and poop scoopers, with trash cans they service daily. When the weather is nice you're sure to see a crowd! See Details
Haverford Reserve Dog Park A dog park is planned to begin construction here in early 2010. The park will be fenced, a great place for your pet to get some off-leash exercise. See Details
Swedes Run Dog Park Dogs are welcome to run and play at the off-leash Swedes Run Dog Park in Moorestown. The park features separate fully-fenced large and small dog areas, agility structures, waste stations, and drinking fountains. Swede's Run Dog Park is open daily from dawn to dusk. See Details
Pennington Park Two separate parks one for dogs 25lbs and under and one for dogs 25lbs and over. Both parks have water for dogs and gazebo with picnic tables for owners. There is also agility courses in both parks. The park is county run and there are lots of beautiful trails for walking all around. See Details
Curtis Park Dog Park Set in a lovely arboretum, the Curtis Park Dog Park in Wyncote, PA, offers plenty of room for Fido to play off leash. See Details