Rather your walking around Findlay Market, visiting one of Cincinnati’s top ranked human parks, or taking your canine friend to one of the dedicated Cincinnati dog parks, your sure to enjoy the outdoor living; even right outside your city home or apartment.
5057 Wooster Pike
Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
Otto Armleder Memorial Park & Recreation Complex is home to Great Parks first off-leash dog park spread out over 10 acres of land. Featuring small and large breed dog areas, drinking fountains for dogs, shade trees, benches, and even a canine shower. If your on the east side of Cincinnati, be sure to bring your four legged friend to exercise and socialize at Armleder Dog Park.
4335 Glendale Milford Road
Blue Ash, OH 45242
Nestled within Summit Park, this dog park is more than just a park dedicated to dogs. Restaurants, playgrounds, walking trails, biking, farmers markets, and more are available for dog owners and families to enjoy as well as the traditional dog park.
630 Eggleston Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
Located on Eggleston Avenue in the heart of Cincinnati, Fido Field is a purely volunteer managed and maintained off-leash dog park for both large and small breeds. Their passion is to “purely to provide Cincinnati residents and their four-legged companions a place to run and relax.” While they are currently working on a permanent water source, be sure to BYOW (bring your own water).
6701 Kellogg Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
The back four acres of Kellogg Park in Anderson Township is home to the Kellogg Park Dog Field. Also features soccer fields, a picnic area, and restroom facilities.
5083 Colerain Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45223
This Cincinnati Parks enclosed dog park is accessible from Mt.Airy and Westwood. Another great park for not just dogs, but the entire family. Featuring one of 23 picnic areas, gazebos, gardens, disc golf, a public treehouse, horseback riding, and more.
407 Linden Avenue
Newport, KY 41071
This neighborhood friendly dog park in Newport, KY is one that any hound could call home.
5081 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45227
If your looking for an all access 24/7 dog park, then consider joining the Red Dog Park; a member’s only dog park adjacent to Red Dog Pet Resort & Spa. Enjoy three acres of rolling fenced grounds only accessible from a double cate with personal keypad access and 24 hours surveillance. Vaccination and spayed or neutered requirements apply.
8715 Hamilton-Cleves Road
Cleves, OH 45002
The largest dog park in the region provided by the Great Parks of Hamilton County and philanthropic partner, Great Parks Forever. Featuring 11 off-leash acres, four separate fields, dog agility equipment and play zones, provided shade, and strategically located benches.
WagsPark is a Cincinnati’s biggest and premiere private dog park. Offering dogs to get the exercise, mental stimulation, and doggie playtime they need to be healthful pups. Featuring a swimming lake, doggie splash fountain, pet drinking fountain, doggie play set, agility courses, and array of events for you and your dog to attend. Single Weekday, Single Weekend, 10 Visit Passes, and Annual Memberships available. Temperate testing is required.
1230 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
This 12,000 square-foot fenced in dog park is the perfect way to relax and socialize your four-legged friends. Serving Over-the-Rhine and downtown Cincinnati dogs and owners, the Washington Park Dog Park features a water creek, synthetic canine turf, and pea gravel.