Off-Leash Dog Parks in Philadelphia, PA

There are 15 off-leash dog parks in Philadelphia. 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 Philadelphia.

Pet Friendly Bark Social
Bark Social Bark Social is a dog-friendly social club for pups and humans to enjoy together in Philadelphia, PA. Here, furry friends can enjoy the off-leash dog park while humans treat themselves to a beverage. There is also a menu for both dogs and their owners if anyone is feeling hungry. Passes are required to visit this dog park, so check out their website for more information! See Details
Pet Friendly Dog Park at Schuylkill River Park
Dog Park at Schuylkill River Park The dog park at Schuylkill River Park in Philadelphia, PA, features separate areas for small and large pups to exercise and play off-leash. This fenced recreation space also includes biodegradable waste bags and fountains. Fido must be on a leash before returning to the larger community park. See Details
Orianna Hill Park Bring Fido to the neighborhood-run, membership-based Orianna Hill Park in Philadelphia, PA. This L-shaped pup recreation area attracts a crowd of loyal regulars to take wonderful care of it. See the website for membership requirements. See Details
Roxborough Dog Park Bring Fido to blow off some steam at the fenced, off-leash Roxborough Dog Park in Philadelphia, PA. See Details
Palmer Doggie Depot Bring Fido to blow off some steam at the pet-friendly Palmer Doggie Depot in Philadelphia, PA, located south of the Parks Department’s Shissler Recreation Center. This volunteer-run fenced pup recreation area is a free amenity for all dogs and their owners. To use the park, all dogs must be licensed and vaccinated, dog waste must be disposed of properly and pups outside of the park must remain leashed at all times. See Details
Dog Park at Mario Lanza Park Bring your pet to run and play off leash at the fenced dog park at Mario Lanza Park in Philadelphia, PA, which includes water fountains, benches, trees, tables and lights for night use. See Details
Seger Dog Park Pets will love to play off leash at the well-kept neighborhood Seger Dog Park in Philadelphia, PA, which is fully fenced. There is artificial turf for ground cover, dog water fountains and plenty of benches for pet parents. A yearly membership fee is requested. See Details
Pop's Dog Park Pets will love to play off leash at Pop's Dog Park in Philadelphia, PA. This fenced pup recreation area comes with key access. A small membership fee and current licensing are required. See Details
Dog Park at Columbus Square Park Let your dog get some off-leash time at the small, fenced dog park at Columbus Square Park in Philadelphia, PA, which includes pea gravel ground cover and stumps for dogs to play on. See Details
Pretzel Park Dog Park Pets love the chance to play off leash at the fenced Pretzel Park Dog Park in Philadelphia, PA, though be sure to bring water and bowls. See Details
Lanier Dog Park Bring your pooch to Lanier Dog Park in Philadelphia. Separated into two sections, one for small pups and another for large, this is a great place to let your dog play off-leash in Philadelphia. The park is fitted with all-weather grass from ForeverLawn so whatever the season, there's a reason to visit with your pup. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind and to keep an eye on dogs playing. See Details
Bok Building Dog Park Bring Fido to blow off some steam at the Bok Building Dog Park, which is connected to the Bok Building in Philadelphia, PA. It's a small, nice pup recreation space to meet other local dogs. The park has two cement seating areas, a water area, a poop pick-up station and a gated entryway. See Details
Sherman Mills Dog Park Let Fido stretch their legs at the pet-friendly Sherman Mills Dog Park in Philadelphia, PA! Located within the Fairview Park, this dog park is a fenced-in area, with separate play areas for small and large breed dogs. Benches, trash cans and mutt mitts are also available. See Details
The Boozy Mutt The Boozy Mutt, located in Philadelphia, PA's Brewerytown district, features a dog park, bar and restaurant. Here, Fido can enjoy the expansive turf area with other pups, then indulge in bites from his own dog menu, featuring options like homemade biscuits, coconut chicken nuggets, all-beef slider patties, and peanut butter frozen yogurt. For humans, they offer a full bar and a menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, burgers and brunch. Be sure to register your pet and purchase a day pass before your visit. See Details
Penn's Landing Dog Park Penn's Landing Dog Park is a waterfront park in Philadelphia, PA. There are two fenced areas for off-leash play, waste stations, benches and water fountains. The park is shaded by mature trees. See Details
West Mill Creek Park West Mill Creek Park in Narbeth, PA, is a beautiful, small, and shady pet-friendly park that welcomes dogs off-leash. A creek runs along one side of the recreation space where dogs and people swim and play. Please note that this park is not securely fenced off from the road. See Details
Timber Creek Dog Park The Timber Creek Dog Park in Blackwood, NJ, is a nine-acre fenced dog recreation area for off-leash play featuring tons of trees for shade. Check out the pond near the dog park for a leashed swimming session! See Details
Dog Run at Laurel Acres Park Fido is welcome to run off leash in the fenced Dog Run at Laurel Acres Park located in Mount Laurel, NJ. This dog park has separate sections for small and large pups and doggy waste bags. See Details
Gloucester County Dog Park The Gloucester County Dog Park in Swedesboro, NJ has a water fountain, two gazebos, four dog waste stations and eight benches. The 2.5-acre off-leash fenced area also features separate sections for small and large pups. See Details
Harford Park The community designated Harford Park as a dog park in 1997 due to the rolling hills and grassy areas. This 30-acre recreation area features a walking trail, picnic tables, a creek and more. As this park is not fenced, it is imperative that Fido remain under voice control when visiting. See Details
Philadelphia, PA, US