12115 Dog Park

Find 12115 dog parks. Dog parks are fenced areas for either leashed or off-leashed dogs and puppies to play and interact.


Erie Boulevard Dog Park Erie Boulevard Albany NY 12204 15.5 miles from 12115 518-434-2483


Normanskill Farm Dog Park Mill Road Albany NY 12209 15.7 miles from 12115 518-434-2489

Bethlehem Dog Park 261 Elm Avenue Delmar NY 12054 16.0 miles from 12115

Kinloch Park Dog Park Parmenter Avenue Troy NY 12180 16.6 miles from 12115

Hartman Road Dog Park 1009 New Scotland Road Albany NY 12208 17.6 miles from 12115 518-434-2489

Athens Bunker Hill Dog Park 84 Union Street Athens NY 12015 18.6 miles from 12115

French Park Dog Park Baldwin Hill Road North Egremont MA 01230 21.1 miles from 12115

Windham Dog Park 56 Quads Way Windham NY 12496 34.7 miles from 12115

Romp and Play Dog Park 584 Eastline Road Ballston Spa NY 12020 37.3 miles from 12115

Paw City Social Club Indoor Dog Park 101 Ford Street Ballston Spa NY 12020 39.1 miles from 12115 518-309-3732

Woodstock Dog Park 45 Comeau Drive Woodstock NY 12498 41.4 miles from 12115

Wyatt Harper Dog Park Community Field Road Holyoke MA 01040 51.6 miles from 12115

Granby CT Dog Park 215 Salmon Brook Street Granby CT 06035 54.4 miles from 12115

About Dog Parks

How are Dog Parks funded?

The land for Dog Parks is usually publicly owned land designated for that purpose, land donated by a private entity, or land purchased by a non-profit or citizens organization. Construction of fencing and other startup costs is usually funded through private fundraising efforts. The costs of operation and ongoing maintenance are typically funded through a combination of non-profit or citizen's group efforts and the county or local government.

Who may use a Dog Park?

Dog Parks are similar to other public parks in that they are usually open to the general public at no charge. Some Dog Parks require registration and verification of a dog's license in order to use the park, and others may charge a fee.

Are Dog Parks supervised?

Very few Dog Parks are supervised. In most cases, users are expected to police themselves to enforce the rules of the park. For situations where self-policing is insufficient, park users are often advised to contact Animal Control or the Police.