Here are 8 Dog Parks in Cincinnati Worth the Drive:
1230 Elm St, Cincinnati
Your cosmopolitan pooch will love this sweet spot. Washington Park’s 12,000 square foot dog park is the perfect urban excursion with granite boulders, a creek and drinking water to lap up. Enjoy a night out with your best friend during the park’s weekly Yappy Hour. Your social Shih Tzu or chatty Chihuahua can mingle while you enjoy drink specials on The Deck.
5083 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati
There’s ample room to romp in Mt. Airy Forest. The two-acre dog park atop a shady hill has picnic tables, agility equipment and baby pools for splashing. Mt. Airy has so much offer on its 30 acres, from hiking trails to the Arboretum, your dog will beg to put on the leash and explore the rest of the forest.
5057 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati
This free-to-use, 10-acre dog park is perfect for sprinters. They can refuel at the dog drinking fountain and canine shower. (The park is prone to flooding so check the website for closures!) There’s a trail connecting to the Lunken Airport where you can take a five-mile leashed walk around the airfield.
5081 Madison Rd, Cincinnati
Private dog parks have great amenities with the bonus of security. For an annual fee this resort offers a members-only experience. Dogs must be vaccinated and temperament tested. The three-acre park features walking paths, agility equipment and around the clock access.
3810 Church Street, Newtown
Wags Park is like a canine country club. The Gold Paw Membership includes a spring-fed swimming lake a dock and everything a puppy heart desires. Picture your furry friend doing cannon balls off the dock. All dogs must be temperament tested and vaccinated.
6701 Kellogg Avenue, Cincinnati
Dogs will have a field day on four acres of wide open green with a tree grove for shade. Amenities include a doggie drink station and a “little yard” for small breeds. It’s also a great adjustment area for introducing shy newbies of any size. A permit is required for entrance.
8715 Hamilton Cleves Pike Rd, Cleves
Miami Whitewater Forest is a sprawling 4,438 acres and 11 of those acres are devoted to off-leash fun. The Simmonds Family Dog Park has four separate fields with an area for small breeds. High energy dogs will love the agility equipment while you keep cool under the shade structures. A Great Parks Motor Vehicle Permit is required.
4335 Glendale Milford Road, Blue Ash
This dog park is 4.5 acres and boasts a section for small dogs and large dogs. It’s large and shaded, and next to walking/bike trails for some on-leash fun as well.
Pack your pups for a crosstown excursion and unleash the fun!