Off-Leash Dog Parks in Europe

There are few things in life a dog loves more than running off-leash with his canine comrades. No matter where you live or where you’re headed in Europe, we can help you find an off-leash dog park nearby. We’ll even give you the scoop on poop bag and water availability.

Pet Friendly Perros al Agua
Perros al Agua Bring Fido to swim and splash at Perros al Agua, a water park designed for dogs! The park features large swimming pools, space for small dogs, a shallow water area, surfboards, canoes, a jumping ramp, water slides, an oasis with sand dunes, large grassy spaces to run, and a restaurant for humans. Hours vary seasonally. Dog owners can check out Perros al Agua's official website to purchase tickets, check hours, and view a list of rules and regulations. See Details
Pet Friendly St. James's Park
St. James's Park With its royal, political and literary associations, St James's Park is at the very heart of London and covers 23 hectares (58 acres) with a lake harboring ducks, geese, and pelicans. St James's is also home to the Mall, the setting for many ceremonial parades and events of national celebration. Please note that dogs are not allowed in the Memorial Gardens (in front of Buckingham Palace) or in the fenced-off grass area around the perimeter of the lake. Dogs must be leashed on the footpath around the perimeter of the lake and on the Horse Guards Parade Ground. During the spring and summer, you and Fido can watch the changing of the guard in the open area in front of Buckingham Palace at 11:30 A.M. each morning (weather permitting). See Details
Phoenix Park Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed park in any capital city in Europe. This pet-friendly park boasts a variety of walking paths and trails for you to enjoy with your pooch. Dogs must be on-leash at all times in the park. Make sure your pooch is close by and under control as the park is also home to a herd of fallow deer, who shouldn't be approached. Certain areas in the park are off limits to dogs and their owners. Keep an eye out for signage when you're exploring the park. Phoenix is open every day of the week, all day. See Details
Meg K9 Paddock Meg K9 Paddock is a secure 1-acre dog park available for private hire in Lincoln, UK. The site can be reserved in 30 minute increments for a nominal fee. The paddock is lighted and is open year-round. Water is provided and waste bags are available. See Details
Greenwich Park Covering 74 hectares (183 acres), Greenwich is the oldest Royal Park and home to a small herd of Fallow and Red deer. Situated on top of a hill, visitors enjoy sweeping views across the River Thames to St Paul's Cathedral and beyond. The park is part of the Greenwich World Heritage Site, host to the Prime Meridian Line and the old Royal Observatory, as well as having the National Maritime Museum as a neighbour. Please note that dogs are not allowed in the Flower and Rose Gardens or Wilderness Deer Park. See Details
Killiney Hill All good dogs go to Killiney Hill. At least they ought to. It’s dog heaven. A beautiful park to walk your dog off the lead. It has spectacular views of Killiney Bay.

Suitable for: Most. Either walks has a good bit of an incline, but the main paths are laid out in tarmac and stone steps where they get steep.

Potential dangers: You won’t want to leave.
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Grunewald Forest The Grunewald Forest is the biggest forest area in western Berlin that caters to walkers, cyclists, and Fido! Numerous paths and lake access provide plenty of things for Fido to do. See Details
Alistrati Cave The Alistrati Cave offers a kennel for visitors to leave their dogs while they explore the cave. See Details
Krasinski Garden Dog Park Situated in a very centre of Warsaw, close to the metro station Arsenał, 2,5 sq.m., this fenced park has separate areas for small and large dogs. Also features an agility slalom, water station, benched, and lights. Close to park called Ogród Krasińskich, where dogs can be brought on-leash only. See Details
Centro Cinofilo PsycoDogs Educazione e addestramento del cane a Bari.

All'interno del nostro centro cinofilo, gli istruttori cinofili accreditati FederCinofilia - effettuano Corsi di:

SETTORE CIVILE: - Educazione di Base - Educazione Avanzata - Addestramento Civile - Percorsi di addestramento al Cittadino a 4 Zampe®

SETTORE SPORT: - Agility Dog - DiscDog - Obedience - Rally-O

SETTORE LUDICO - COGNITIVO: - Attivazione Mentale - Attività ricreative finalizzate - Socializzazione cuccioli, cuccioloni, adulti - Attività di consulenza per allevatori e proprietari

SETTORE COMPORTAMENTALE: - Risoluzione di problematiche comportamentali - Gestione delle dinamiche relazionali cane-proprietario - Valutazione caratteriale e comportamentale del cane SETTORE SOCIALE: - Attività di preparazione alle Attività Assistite dagli animali (AAA) per conduttori e tecnici - Attività di preparazione alleTerapie Assistite dagli Animali (AAT) per conduttori e tecnici - Attività di preparazione all'Educazione assistita dagli Animali (AAE) per conduttori e tecnici - Attività di preparazione alla Protezione Civile Sportiva per conduttori e tecnici SETTORE FORMAZIONE: - Scuola di Formazione per Conduttori Cinofili - Scuola di Formazione per Operatori Cinofili - Scuola di Formazione per Educatori ed Istruttori Cinofili - Stage professionalizzanti
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Dømmesmoen Dog and Activity Park Dømmesmoen Dog and Activity Park is a pet-friendly park in Grimstad, NO, where Fido can play off leash. See Details
Marlay Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at the dog run located at Marlay Park in Rathfarnham, Ireland. This well maintained dog park is a popular spot for local dog owners to come and get their pooch some exercise. The high fence around the outside provides a safe and secure area inside for dogs to play in and meet other like-minded pooches who also love tennis balls. See Details
Jardin du Palais Royal Created in 1629 for Cardinal de Richelieu, this garden has witnessed many of the events that have marked the Palais-Royal 's history. Dogs are allowed in designated areas of the garden only. See Details
Shanganagh Park Shanganagh Park is a pet-friendly park in Dublin. The trails around the park allow leashed dogs to wander alongside their owners, but the main attraction for dog owners is the huge dog park located within it. This really large, enclosed, safe space for dogs is easily accessible. Owners are reminded to bring their own water, although bowls are provided. The park's location right on the Irish Sea make it a great destination spot to spend a few hours on your next visit to Ireland's capital city. See Details
Inverleith Park Inverleith Park is pet-friendly. This 54-acre park in the heart of Edinburgh is popular among dog walkers. The park once formed part of the Inverleith Estate, which had been owned by the Rocheid family since 1665. The park features grassy fields, walking trails, a children's playground, tennis courts, and a small boating pond. The Edinburgh skyline can be viewed from the park. Leashed pups are invited to join their owners on the pretty trails that wind around the park. The park is always open. See Details
Dog Park Newly established off leash dog park on the US Military installation. See Details
Batterie Russe Garden The Jardin de la Batterie de la Cimetière Russe is a 605 square-meter park where dogs can run free unleashed in a fenced area. Guests must pick up after their pet, and a pet station with waste bags and a trash bin is provided. See Details