Off-Leash Dog Parks in Plano, TX

There are 20 off-leash dog parks in Plano, TX. Use the links below to get an overview of each dog park, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners.

Jack Carter Dog Park

Pets love the chance to get some off-leash exercise at this fenced dog park, which includes water fountains for both people and dogs, as well as benches and picnic tables.

NorthBark Dog Park

NorthBark Dog Park offers over 22 acres of dog-friendly, off-leash space for you and your pup to enjoy. Features include separate areas for small and large dogs, open space, shaded areas, walking trails, picnic tables, pond, dog shower, human and doggie water stations, restrooms, and more.

White Rock Lake Dog Park at Mockingbird Point Park

PLEASE NOTE: This dog park is closed for renovations until early 2015. Locals rave about the friendly crowd at this popular, 2-acre, off-leash dog park. Fully fenced with waste bags, water fountain, access for swimming, separate small dog area, and nearby restrooms.

Ruff Range Dog Park-Frisco

Located at the southwest corner of B.F. Phillips Community Park, 3335 4th Army Memorial, Ruff Range provides 2.5 acres of open space including hills, terrain, trees, pavilions and benches for dogs and their owners to enjoy. Ruff Range provides an area for smaller dogs, weighing less than 25 pounds, and a separate area for larger dogs, weighing 25 pounds or more. Ruff Range will be open sunrise to sunset, every day except Thursdays when the facility will be closed for maintenance. Ruff Range is the result of a collaborative partnership involving the Frisco’s Park & Recreation Department, Parks & Recreation Board, the Frisco Community Development Corporation (FCDC) and the Frisco Dog Park, Inc., a local organization.

Mike Lewis Park

Mike Lewis Park has plenty of areas for dogs to play on leash, along with water fountains for dogs. The Fitness Trail connects to Waggoner Park. Both parks have multiple restroom facilities as well as horseshoe pits, a sand volleyball court, fishing pond, softball fields, a playground, pavilion, riding arena, and basketball courts.

Main Street Garden Urban Dog Run

Downtown Dallas pooches finally have a dog park of their own here, where they can run and play off-leash. The park is securely-fenced.

Bark Park Central

Bring your dog out to play off-leash at this 1.2-acre Dallas dog park, which features doggie water bowls, doggie showers, whimsical artwork, shaded areas, and pet waste stations. The park is located on the southwest intersection of Good-Latimer Expressway and Commerce Streets, underneath the elevated portion of US 75. Before or after time at the park, you and Fido can check out one of the many pet-friendly restaurants and bars within walking distance of the park.

Railroad Dog Park

Pets will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which also includes a separate area for smaller dogs.

Les Lacs Linear Dog Park

This fun, off-leash dog park with fences, separate small dog area, drinking water, and benches, is a great place for your pet to play in Addison's Linear Park.

Meadow Foundation Dog Park

This pretty dog park is surrounded by a picket fence through which some very small dogs might be able to escape. There are also benches, grass, and shade trees. Bring water as there is no water source at the park.

Central Dog Park at Central Christian Church

Central Christian Church has transformed an old playground into an off-leash dog park for the community. The church hosts events for the patrons of the dog park every few months. The dog park is located behind the church and features shade and plenty of seating.

Addison Dog Park

Park is open from 7:00 am to dusk. Only four parking spots, but you can walk from the trail at the south end of Le Grande Drive.

Irving Dog Park

This dog park features separate play areas for small dogs (less than 25 lbs) and large dogs (25 lbs and heavier). Each area includes a shade shelter, benches, drinking fountain, boulders for informal seating and shade trees. The park also features Wi-Fi hot spots!

Canine Commons Dog Park

Your pet will jump for joy at the chance to play off-leash at this fenced dog park. Includes separate small dog area, shade trees, benches, and water fountains.

Mutts Canine Cantina

Mutts Canine Cantina is a unique place for you and Fido to enjoy some outdoor fun and meet all sorts of dog people. The cantina features a dog-friendly public outdoor patio and beer garden and a membership-based off-leash park. Attendants are on duty in the park to clean up after your pup and provide water while you relax. Membership fees are $6 for a day pass, $16 for a monthly pass, and $120 for a yearly pass.

Beckert Park

Beckert Park is surrounded by the high-rise buildings, and features attractive landscaping, park benches, poop bags, and on-street parking.

Wagging Tails Dog Park

The magnificent 7-acre park features small and large dog play areas, a 1/4-mile walking trail, a deck overlooking White Rock Creek, human and doggie drinking fountains, and much more. The grounds are landscaped with native and hardy plantings and stone decking and seating. In keeping with the city's goals of being energy efficient, the sprinkler system is solar-powered. You'll hardly know you're in the middle of Far North Dallas. The park is open from sunup to sundown Tuesday-Sunday. The park is closed on Monday for maintenance.

Leash Free Zone at Town East Park

The Leash Free Zone is comprised of two separate areas totaling 30,000 square feet and is located within Town East Park. The small dog area is specifically for canines weighing less than thirty pounds. The large dog area welcomes dogs of all sizes.

My Best Friend's Park at Klyde Warren Park

Although this off-leash park area is small, there is plenty there to keep Fido entertained.

Hound Mound Dog Park

Hound Mound Dog Park in Flower Mound features several large fenced in areas for dog owners to bring their canines to play and socialize. The park has separate areas for small and large dogs, and amenities include natural shade, hybrid Bermuda turf, irrigation, seating areas with water fountains, trash receptacles, pet waste stations, landscaping, and 40 parking spaces. The Hound Mound is open from 7 am to dusk, and is closed on Wednesday.