Top 13 Best Dog Parks in Cincinnati

June 28, 2021
Author : Laura Williams

Dog parks are offering various advantages to both owners and their canines, whether it is allowing dogs to play without any restrictions, socialize with the other dogs, or exercise with their owners. 

The good news for Cincinnati residents is that there are various excellent dog parks spread around the city where you can let your dog move around freely. You are probably just a short drive away from one of these parks, irrespective of where you reside. 

In this post, we will be sharing the 13 best dog parks in Cincinnati city.

Dog Parks Map

Check out the map below to find out the location of every dog park we will be mentioned in this post.

Park List

Otto Armleder Dog Park

Address: 5057 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45226 (Linwood)

The Otto Armleder Dog Park, located on the city’s east side, is one of the most common places in Cincinnati to let your dog move around freely and socialize with other dogs in the park. The 10-acre dog park has separate areas for large and small breeds and dog drinking fountains, a shower for canines, and plenty of benches and shade trees.

Washington Park Dog Park

Address: 1230 Elm St, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (Over-the-Rhine)

The Washington Park Dog Park is an enclosed 12,000 square foot area inside the Washington Park, providing a water inlet for dogs to play in, huge granite rocks, a water fountain for owners, and a spout near the ground for dogs. It is situated in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhoods. Visitors will relax and socialize with other owners within the park’s premises, which has been lined with benches. More information about Washington Park can be found on the dog park’s official website.

Fido Field

Address: 630 Eggleston Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (Central Business District)

Fido Field is one of Cincinnati’s most hidden dog parks. This fenced-in, off-leash park is run and managed entirely by volunteers and is located just outside of the Central Business District near the Downtown area. The park has separate playing areas for large and small breeds. There is enough free parking next to the dog park under 471 or on the Eggleston Avenue surface lot. However, since the park currently lacks a permanent water supply, do not forget to bring your own while visiting there.

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Red Dog Park

Address: 5081 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45227 (Madisonville)

Red Dog Park in Madisonville is a members-only dog park in the Queen City. This park, operated by the Red Dog Resort and Spa, has three acres of fenced grassy and wooded rolling grounds for dogs to explore. Separate fence areas have been designated for small and large breeds, while various playing equipment for the dogs has been scattered throughout the park. The drinking water fountains are also available for both dogs and owners. For pricing, check out the Red Dog Pet Resort website.

Redbird Hollow Trail

Address: 6168 Given Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45243 (Indian Hill)

Another lovely spot to take your dog outdoors is Redbird Hollow Trail, which is a secluded nature trail rather than a dog park. The trail is a three-mile out-and-back unpaved path with views of rivers, creekbeds, trees, and hundreds of plant species. It has only one entrance, which is located at a bend in the road in the Indian Hill neighborhoods. You must keep your dog on a leash and carry your water because this is a trail.

Wags Park

Address: 3810 Church St, Cincinnati, OH 45244 (Newtown)

WagsPark, Cincinnati’s largest private dog park, is located on the city’s east side. The park features three acres of land where dogs can run through grassy fields, play around in the park’s central lake, and enjoy while trying out various activity tools. The park offers enough seating to owners, along with a large flat-screen TV that broadcasts various shows and movies. You must pay for daily access or an annual membership since this is a private dog park. Check out the WagsPark website for further details and pricing. 

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Summit Park Dog Park

Address: 4335 Glendale Milford Rd, Blue Ash, OH 45242 (Blue Ash)

Summit Park Dog Park, located in Blue Ash, is a well-organized and maintained dog park with a wide-open fenced-in area for your dog to run around without any restrictions. In addition, there are several benches situated across the park’s premises where owners can sit and watch their dogs playing and enjoying. The park also has water fountains that are of dog height, ideal for the hot summer months.

Kellog Park Dog Field

Address: 6701 Kellogg Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230 (Anderson)

Kellogg Park Dog Field, situated on the city’s east side along the Ohio River, is a fenced-in 4-acre area where dogs can move around freely and play in a safe environment. A dog-height drinking fountain and a huge mural painted by ArtWorks artists can also be found in the park. The dog park is open year-round from dusk to dawn, but entry requires a yearly permit. Permit rates can be found here.

Simmons Family Dog Park

Address: 8715 Hamilton Cleves Pike Rd, Cleves, OH 45002 (Miamitown)

Simmons Family Dog Parkin Miamitown is one of Cincinnati’s biggest (and, some would say, best) dog parks. This 11-acre park features four different fields for your dogs to run around in, as well as many pieces of dog activity tools and plenty of shade trees and benches for owners to relax and enjoy watching their dogs playing.

Wiggly Field Dog Park

Address: 7850 VOA Park Dr, West Chester Township, OH 45069 (Mason)

Wiggly Field Dog Park, part of the Voice of America MetroPark in Mason, is a fenced-in dog park with two separate fenced areas for small and large breeds, many benches, and plenty of shade trees and benches. There are also water fountains and water bowls for the dogs on the premises. This is a popular spot to visit in the city, particularly during lunch and in the early evenings after work.

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Fort Thomas Dog Park

Address: 199 Mayfield Ave, Fort Thomas, KY 41075 (Fort Thomas)

Fort Thomas Dog Park is a dog park within Highland Hills Park situated across the Ohio River in Northern Kentucky. The park has separate fenced-in areas for small and large breeds, as well as grassy areas for the dogs to run around in and a few trails. While there is a water fountain outside the dog park on a hill, you may prefer bringing your own water for convenience.

David J. Stricker Dog Park

Address: 1359 Clough Pike, Batavia, OH 45103 (Batavia)

David J. Stricker Dog Park is a one-acre off-leash dog park in Batavia dedicated in memory of a local veterinarian. It is one of the few areas in the city where dogs can run freely. Although the park is small, it does have fenced areas for small and large breeds, as well as benches and shade trees where owners can relax while their dogs play around and enjoy.

Doris Day Dog Park

Address: 3006 Westwood Northern Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45211 (Mt. Airy)

Doris Day Dog Park, located in Mount Airy Forest, is a fenced-in dog park with two acres of mainly grassy land along with patches of dirt and woodchips for your dog to run around in. A tunnel and a ramp are among the agility facilities available to your dog at the park. In addition, there is a water hose on the park’s cement landing that you can utilize to keep your dog hydrated in the summer.

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