15347 Dog Park

Find 15347 dog parks. Dog parks are fenced areas for either leashed or off-leashed dogs and puppies to play and interact.


Thornburg Dog Park 1062 Princeton Road Pittsburgh PA 15205 16.7 miles from 15347 412-364-4122


Southside Dog Park 518 East Carson Street Pittsburgh PA 15203 18.7 miles from 15347

Bellevue Woods Dog Park 302 Bellevue Road Pittsburgh PA 15229 22.0 miles from 15347

Frick Park Off Leash Exercise Area Lower Riverview Trail Pittsburgh PA 15217 22.2 miles from 15347

White Oak Park Dog Park McClintock Road White Oak PA 15131 24.0 miles from 15347

Penn Hills Dog Park 1299 Jefferson Heights Road Penn Hills PA 15235 26.4 miles from 15347 412-798-2147

Misty Pines Dog Park 2523 Wexford Bayne Road Sewickley PA 15143 27.0 miles from 15347 412-364-4122

Heritage Park Dog Park 2364 Saunders Station Road Monroeville PA 15146 28.7 miles from 15347

North Park Off-Leash Dog Area Pearce Mill Road Wexford PA 15090 30.8 miles from 15347 724-935-5570

Murrysville Dog Park Farm Road Murrysville PA 15632 35.7 miles from 15347

See Spot Run Doggie Daycare and Dog Park 1206 South Main Street Greensburg PA 15601 35.7 miles from 15347 724-836-7768

Stanley's Spot Dog Park 185 Garrett Street Morgantown WV 26505 43.1 miles from 15347

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.