Off-Leash Dog Parks in Sandy Springs, GA

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Sandy Springs, and 44 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 Sandy Springs.

Pet Friendly Piedmont Park Dog Park
Piedmont Park Dog Park Piedmont Park Dog Park is an off-leash park in the downtown area of Atlanta, Georgia. Dogs must be leashed when entering or exiting the off-leash area of the park. Owners must clean up after their pets. No more than 3 dogs per person are permitted in the park. There is a specific area designated for small dogs under 30 pounds. No puppies under 16 weeks old are permitted in the off-leash portion of the park. The park has benches available for owners to sit while their dogs play. See Details
Lewis Dog Park Bring your pet for some off-leash exercise at this simple, fenced dog park. See Details
ParkGrounds Enjoy coffee, food, drinks, and WiFi at ParkGrounds Coffee. While you sip, your dog can enjoy some doggy playtime with other canines in the attached, fully fenced dog park. Just make sure your dog is friendly and well-socialized so that everyone enjoys their time! See Details
Fowler Park The approximately 85-acre park feature fields for baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse and football, tennis courts, basketball courts, a walking trail around the perimeter of the park, pavilions, a dog park, a large playground, five-acre passive area, skate park and an administrative building. The Fowler Park trail head for the Big Creek Greenway is now open and provides access to the 6.8 mile multi-use path. See Details
Chattapoochee Dog Park Large and small dog designated areas fenced, fountains, agility equipment and shaded areas. Duluth's TOP DOG mayor elected yearly. See Details
Brook Run Off-Leash Dog Park The Brook Run Dog Park is four acres, fully-wooded and fully-fenced. One loop around the park's fence line is 1/3 of a mile. There are multiple seating areas throughout as well as water stations and poop stations. This is a public park, so it's free. The dog park is open from sunrise til sunset. Large parking lot adjacent. There is NO separate section for small dogs yet, but four acres offers a lot of room to find a quiet spot. The park is maintained by a large, all-volunteer, non-profit organization that continually works to improve the facility, so please do your part to pick up after your dog. For more information, visit our website: www.brookrundogpark.com, or visit us on Facebook. See Details
Renaissance Park Dog Park Renaissance Park Dog Park is open from 6am to 11pm year round. It is located in the Fourth Ward West neighborhood of the Old Fourth Ward in Atlanta, GA. Officially opened in December 2013, it is the first off-leash dog park in this community. Located along Piedmont Ave. & Renaissance Pkwy., it has both large and small dog areas with shade trees, benches, water fountains (open from March to November) and amazing views of the Downtown and Midtown skyline. It is convenient to the Old Fourth Ward, Downtown and Midtown neighborhoods. See Details
Newtown Dream Dog Park Newtown Dream Dog Park, one of the top dog parks in the country, is located inside Newtown Park toward the front entrance. It is a fenced one-acre area featuring artificial turf, sprinklers for dogs to play in, obstacles to play on, plus water fountains for people and pets. It offers separate areas for large and small dogs, along with benches, shelters, and shade trees. See Details
Railside Dog Park at Castleberry Hill In 2010 the CHNA raised funds to start the only Downtown Atlanta off-leash dog park, thanks in large part to the 2-acre parcel donation by land owner Jerry Miller. Recent additions, such as benches are thanks to Besharat Gallery. The park combines our creative talents — from diversion of water from the roof of a nearby building (no future H2O bills) to wood chips donated by Georgia Power and provision for ornamental fencing as a gateway, designed by Castleberry Hill artists. See Details
Leita Thompson Memorial Dog Park Pets have a blast playing off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes separate areas for large and small pets, and both human and doggie drinking fountains. See Details
Newtown Dream Dog Park Newtown Dream Dog Park, one of the top dog parks in the country, is located inside Newtown Park toward the front entrance. It is a fenced one-acre area featuring artificial turf, sprinklers for dogs to play in, obstacles to play on, plus water fountains for people and pets. It offers separate areas for large and small dogs, along with benches, shelters, and shade trees. See Details
Burger Park Smyrna’s first off-leash dog park. This walk-in only site has fenced play areas for large and small dogs, drinking fountains, and seating. Burger Park is located just west of Windy Hill Road and south of South Cobb Drive in Smyrna and is adjacent to Belmont Hills Elementary School. If planning to attend, be sure to park at Belmont Hills Elementary. See Details
Windermere Dog Park The Windermere Dog park is part of a larger park in Cumming GA. It has separate areas for small and large dogs. There is little shade, but it is a flat fenced in area where the dogs can run and play. There are benches for owners and a water area on both sides. See Details
Frankie Allen Park Leashed dogs are welcome in designated areas of this Atlanta public park. See Details
Pinckneyville Dog Park Your pet will enjoy running through the wide, grassy spaces of this fenced, off-leash dog park. Includes separate small dog area and running water. See Details
Sweat Mountain Dog Park Sweat Mountain Dog Park is fully-fenced with separate areas for small and large dogs, shade trees, water fixtures, clean up stations, and benches for the humans. See Details
Oakhurst Dog Park Pets will love to play at this fenced, off-leash dog park with plenty of shade. Bring water for your pet plus some to share. See Details
Frank Boone Dog Park Locals love this clean, fenced, off-leash dog park, which includes separate small dog area, water, dog wash station, and waste cans. See Details
Waggy World Paw Park at Wills Park Your pet will love the chance to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes a separate small dog area and waste bags. A drinking fountain located just outside the fence. See Details
Centennial Olympic Park Stroll to Centennial Olympic Park for an on-leash walking tour (https://www.gwcca.org/centennial-olympic-park/brick-locator/#audio) of this 22-acre urban greenspace opened in 1996, which was the year Atlanta hosted the Summer Olympic Games. Let your dog cool off in the Fountain of Rings, the world’s largest interactive fountain featuring the Olympic Ring symbol, and stroll by the SkyView Atlanta Ferris wheel. Pet waste bag stations are located around the park. See Details
Lake Court Dog Park You'll love bringing your pet to this fenced, off-leash dog park, which includes separate sections and is located on a hill with good drainage and plenty of room to play.. See Details
Fetch Park Fetch Park is Atlanta's first full-service restaurant and dog park bar. This extremely dog-friendly business venture is located minutes from the belt line in Atlanta's historic Old Fourth Ward. As well as the Ice House Restaurant which will arrive in 2019, you'll find the Fetch Park, home to on-site attendants, lights, cooling stations, dog wash stations, as well as outdoor TV's and WiFi! The park also features a 1976 Airstream converted into a full-service bar serving craft draft cocktails, beer, and wine. Fido will require a day pass or a membership to use the facilities. The dog park itself offers visitors a turfed area that allows Fido to run and play. The Fetch Park is open Monday through Wednesday from 7:30am to 9:00pm, Thursday from 7:30am-11:00pm, Friday from 7:30am to 11:00pm, and Saturday from 8:00am to 12:00am. See Details
Swift-Cantrell Park Swift-Cantrell Park serves as one of the premier recreation, relaxation and central gathering places for area residents. Park hours of operation are from 7 am to 10 pm. At 42 acres, the City's largest community park features: two age appropriate playgrounds, a dog park, skate spot, three picnic pavilions, two restroom buildings, one mile x 12-foot-wide perimeter trail, half-mile x 8-foot-wide inner-loop trail, shade structures, acres of open turf for passive recreation, and drinking fountains. See Details