Off-Leash Dog Parks in Quincy, MA

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Quincy, and 52 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 Quincy.

Pet Friendly Quincy Dog Park
Quincy Dog Park Take Fido for a play date at Quincy Dog Park, the first city park in Quincy, MA. The area is separated into three off-leash sections, allowing different areas for small dogs, active dogs of all sizes and senior dogs. The dog park is furnished with watering stations, shelters and benches for you to sit on as you watch your dog run around and make new friends. See Details
Pet Friendly Stodder's Neck Dog Park
Stodder's Neck Dog Park Fido can play off-leash in designated spaces at Stoddard's Neck Dog Park located on the town line between Weymouth and Hingham, MA. Surrounded on three sides by water and on the fourth side by a 4-foot rock wall, this grassy park has trails to explore, woods to romp in and river access for water-loving pups. Waste stations can be found throughout the park, as well as benches and picnic tables. See Details
JB's Indoor Dog Park Come and play at JB’s Indoor Dog Park, the South Shore’s original off-leash, indoor facility in Norwell, MA. Bring your dog and play in a 3,000 square foot, clean, safe, social and exciting environment. To ensure the well-being and the safety of all dogs, your dog must socialize well with other to visit. See Details
Randolph Dog Park Fido can play off-leash at Randolph Dog Park in Randolph, MA. This fenced dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs in addition to tunnels, boulders and stairs for dogs to climb and explore. The park also offers benches, shade and seasonally available water fountains. See Details
Jean B. Waldstein Playground Off-Leash Area Dog-friendly Jean B. Waldstein Playground in Brookline, MA, allows Fido to play off-leash each day between dawn and 9:00 AM. Your canine companion can exercise and socialize with friends on or off a leash in the large open field. This open area is not enclosed so pets should be supervised. Family-friendly Jean B. Waldstein Playground also has basketball courts and softball fields, picnic tables, a playground, restrooms, walking paths, and a splash pad. See Details
RUFF North End Dog Park Fido can enjoy time off-leash at RUFF North End Dog Park in Boston, MA. This dog park is accessible from Prince Street through DeFilippo Playground. The dog park has artificial turf, shade, a seasonal water play area, agility equipment and separate sections for small and large dogs. See Details
Corcoran Field at Raymond Park Local Cambridge dogs can play off-leash during designated hours at dog-friendly Corcoran Field at Raymond Park in Cambridge, MA. The unfenced, off-leash space allows pups currently licensed in the city to romp and socialize from 6:00AM to 9:00AM. Please note that this is a shared-use space and off-leash dogs must respond to their human's verbal cues. See Details
Park-9 Dog Bar Park-9 Dog Bar is a full-service bar and indoor dog park in Everett, MA. The 10,000-square-foot venue is climate controlled with two bars serving craft cocktails, rotating beers, and wine for humans, and dog treat flights and dog beer for Fido. Dogs are welcome to play in the park off leash, and there's even a separate area for pups under 25 lbs. Annual and monthly memberships as well as daily passes are available, but all dogs must be registered prior to entering with proof of vaccinations and neutered/spayed. Daycare is available, and guests are also able to reserve space for their dog's birthday paw-ty or special yappy hour! See Details
Burlington Dog Park Canine companions can play off-leash at the Burlington Dog Park located within Rahanis Park in Burlington, MA. This dog park is separated into active and passive areas and features benches, water stations (seasonally available) and waste stations for easy clean up. Dogs must be leashed until they are within the fenced dog park. See Details
Zero New Washington Dog Park Dogs can play off-leash at this park in Somerville. Please pick up after your pets. See Details
Filippello Dog Park Bring Fido out for an afternoon of off-leash play at Filippello Dog Park in Watertown, MA. The space is fully fenced and gravel covered with a couple shady trees. Amenities include logs for agility, a shelter, benches, water fountains, lights and waste stations. See Details
Melrose Dog Park Fido can play off-leash at Melrose Dog Park in Melrose, MA. This fenced dog park offers seasonally available water fountains and benches, as well as open space for pups to play and socialize. See Details
Howe Park Off-Leash Area Fido can play off-leash at Howe Park Off-Leash Area in Watertown, MA. This small, fully-fenced, grassy dog park offers canine and human water stations, benches and waste stations. See Details
Reservoir Beach Reservoir Beach in Arlington, MA, is pet friendly. Fido is welcome to run and play off-leash during the designated off-leash hours. Leashed dogs are welcome at all other times, but they're not permitted from June through August. Be sure to check their website in advance for the current off-leash hours. See Details
Barkland Avenue Dog Park Fido can enjoy time off-leash at Barkland Avenue Dog Park in Lynn, MA. This fenced dog park requires that Fido be registered to a Lynn resident, obtain a park pass and pay an annual fee. The dog park features a separate small dog section and water fountains that are available when there is no longer a threat of freezing. Passes are required and can be obtained at the City Clerk's Office for Lynn residents, while more information and requirements can be found on their website. Please note that the landscaping at the dog park is maintained on sporadic Mondays. See Details
Dedham Dog Park Bring Fido to romp off-leash at Dedham Dog Park, a members-only canine play area located within the Dedham Parks & Recreation Complex in Dedham, MA. An annual membership fee, signed release forms and registration of your dog with the Dedham Parks and Recreation Department are required to get your key card for entry to this spacious and exclusive dog park. Registration requires proof of a town dog license. More information can be found on their website. See Details
Griggs Park Off-Leash Area Leashed dogs are welcome year-round at Griggs Park in Brookline, MA. The space includes basketball courts, a playground, benches, and paved walkways. This park also offers off-leash hours between dawn and 1:00 PM. Dogs must be registered with the Green Dog Program for these off-leash privileges. Fido must be leashed throughout the remainder of the park at all times and any day or time outside of the designated off-leash hours. See Details
East 1st Dog Park Dogs can run and play at this Boston dog park. Off-leash play is welcome for well-behaved pets. See Details
Smith Playground Dog Park Smith Playground Dog Park is a pet-friendly recreation space in Boston. Four-legged residents of the Allston-Brighton neighborhoods now have a local place to hangout and play off-leash. Pups of all sizes can play safely in two separate areas. Beyond the fence, Fido will find mounds and platforms to bound on and tumble around. Dogs and their owners can rehydrate at the water stations and seek shade under the canopy when the sun comes out. See Details
Peter's Park Dog Park Fido can enjoy play and socialization off-leash at Peter's Park Dog Park in Boston, MA. This fenced dog park offers 13,000 square feet of space, a separate 3,000-square-foot area for small dogs, benches, gravel ground cover waste receptacles and mature trees. See Details
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