Off-Leash Dog Parks in Virginia Beach, VA

There are 9 off-leash dog parks in Virginia Beach. 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 Virginia Beach.

Pet Friendly Dog Park at Marshview Park
Dog Park at Marshview Park Dog Park at Marshview Park in Virginia Beach is home to 100 acres of wooded property on Lake Rudee in the oceanfront area. The park features a dog park with four separate fenced areas that include trees for shade, as well as dog-friendly walking trails. See Details
Pet Friendly Bayville Farms Park
Bayville Farms Park Bayville Farms Park has a fenced, off-leash dog park with three separate areas--one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and one in which turf is being repaired; they rotate. Water is provided via large Gatorade containers and refreshed daily. This is an excellent park with plenty of shade and well behaved dogs. See Details
Salem Woods Neighborhood Dog Park Salem Woods Neighborhood Dog Park is a dog-friendly area in Virginia Beach, VA. The park features separate off-leash areas for large and small dogs and a water fountain for pups. See Details
Red Wing Metro Dog Park Bring your pet to enjoy the fun off-leash at this fenced, one-acre dog park. Annual fee, license, and vaccination required. See Details
Woodstock Community Dog Park Locals love this off-leash dog park, which is surrounded with a tall, secure fence and includes a lovely water fountain. There are also two separate fenced areas, one for large dogs and the other for small dogs. Pets must be licensed and current on vaccinations to visit the dog park. See Details
Munden Point Park Munden Point Park is a dog-friendly, 100-acre park located on the North Landing River in Virginia Beach, VA. The park features a disc golf course, picnic shelters, a boat ramp along with a kayak and canoe launch, an outdoor amphitheater, sports fields, restrooms, and more. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
False Cape State Park Dogs are allowed to enter the park, but they must do so via boat or North Carolina entrance, not the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. See Details
Red Mill Farms Park Red Mill Farms Park is a pet-friendly park in Virginia Beach, VA. Fido is welcome to join you for a stroll around this neighborhood park. Pets must be leashed at all times and cleaned up after. See Details
Pups and Pints Pups and Pints is the first dog park and taproom in Virginia Beach, VA. The purchase of a day pass, or a monthly or annual membership is required for entry. The well-maintained and spacious 2-acre park is designed for year-round play. The indoor/outdoor taproom serves local beer, craft cocktails, and a menu featuring delicious food options for both dogs and humans. Fido is not permitted in the bar itself, but there is a walk-up bar area where your dog is welcome as well as a serving staff that moves throughout the park to assist in taking orders. See Details
City View Park Bring your leashed pet with you to play at this 43-acre Virginia Beach public park. See Details
PETA's Bea Arthur Dog Park PETA's Bea Arthur Dog Park in Norfolk, VA, is a 1-acre dog park featuring a large expanse of lawn, double-gated entrance, a water station, a toy bin, and a shaded picnic area. In a beautiful picturesque location by the water, it is conveniently close to downtown Norfolk, and right near the Cruise lines port. See Details
Meadowbrook Dog Park Dogs are welcome to play off-leash at this dog park. This park features a separate area for small and large dogs. There is also a water fountain for parched pups looking to re-hydrate. See Details
Maple Avenue Dog Park Your pet is welcome to play off-leash at this dog park with some trees for shade. Be careful as the park is not fenced. See Details
Ghent Dog Park Pets will love to play off-leash in the dog-friendly area of this Norfolk park, though be careful as there is no fencing there as of yet. See Details
Deep Creek Dog Park Bring Fido to Deep Creek Dog Park to play off-leash. To visit a Chesapeake Dog Park, owners must purchase a membership and animal license from the Chesapeake Visitor Center or the Parks, Recreation and Tourism's Administrative Office. The Park has one large area for all dogs and features a seasonal doggie drinking fountain, mitt mutt dispenser, and benches for human visitors. The Deep Creek Dog Park is located next to the playground in Deep Creek Park. Dog owners can find more information on purchasing a membership on its official website. Deep Creek Dog Park is open daily from Sunrise to Sunset. See Details
Ridgeway Dog Bark Park Pets love the chance to make friends and play off-leash at this fenced dog park. License and tags required. See Details
Colonial Greenway Dog Park This fenced, off-leash dog park is a great place to meet other friendly dog owners while your dog socializes. Features include benches, drinking water, and shade. See Details
Chesapeake City Dog Park This small, fenced dog park is a wonderful place to bring your pet for some exercise. The park includes a separate small dog area and a doggie washing fountain. See Details
Tait Terrace Dog Park Tait Terrace Dog Park is a fenced-in recreation area in Norfolk, VA, for dogs and their owners to enjoy. There is a separate area in the park for small and large dogs. See Details
Lafayette Dog Park Your pet will love to run and play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes benches and trees for shade. See Details
Hague Dog Park Leashed pets are welcome to join their owners in this area, which includes a large grass section. See Details
Berkley Dog Park Bring your pet to this park, which has plenty of trees for shade. Unfortunately, due to the lack of a fence, pets must remain on a leash for the duration of their visit. See Details
Ghent Dog Park Ghent dog park is a nice open and shaded dog park in the heart of Ghent. See Details
Cambridge Crescent Dog Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners on a leash in this area, as there is no fence. See Details