Off-Leash Dog Parks in Wake Forest, NC

There are 7 off-leash dog parks in Wake Forest, NC. Use the links below to get an overview of each dog park, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners.

Flaherty Dog Park

Wake Forest’s first dog park provides a place for dog owners to let their pets run free safely and legally without a leash. The park is approximately two acres and located adjacent to the Flaherty Park baseball and softball fields on N. White Street. It features a five-foot high chain link fence, paved entrance and double gated entry, grass, picnic tables, water stations, and pet cleanup stations.

Millbrook Exchange Dog Park

Millbrook Dog Park, located within Millbrook Exchange Park, offers three separately fenced areas for dogs of all abilities. The larger area provides play space for large or energetic dogs while the small dog area is reserved for elderly, small, or infirm dogs and puppies. There is also a fenced, double-gated picnic shelter area located between the small and large park areas. Millbrook Dog Park is lighted for nighttime use. The park also features a water spigot and buckets.

Carolina Pines Community Dog Park

Pets will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park with shade and drinking water. Two separate areas provide play space for dogs of all abilities as well as elderly, infirm, small, or shy dogs.

Oakwood Dog Park

This neighborhood off-leash dog park is a great place to bring your dog on a beautiful day! There are toys, plenty of fresh water buckets, and friendly owners. Two fully-fenced areas provide play space for dogs of any size along with play space for elderly, infirm, small, or shy dogs.

Cary Dog Park

Your dog will love to run free in this safe, fenced, 1-acre dog park. Includes a separate area for smaller pets and electronic gate. Passes required.

Hawthorne Bark Park

Small off-leash dog park within apartment complex (about the size of a large pool). Great for meeting a friend with his/her dog because the park will likely be unoccupied.

Knightdale Station

Knightdale Station, while still under development, offers much to everyone looking for a relaxing leeway on their trip either to or through Knightdale, NC. In particular, there is the Ashley Wilder Dog Park for you and your furry friend! The park is very dog friendly and even has separate gated areas to allow your dog off-leash so that the little dogs (under 25 lbs) and bigger dogs (over 25 lbs) can feel free to be as comfortable and happy as physically possible. No lack of wagging tails here!