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Dog parks in Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia

Dog parks are gaining popularity in the Washington, DC area. They are designated areas (usually fenced) where dogs can play and exercise off leash. Dog parks are wonderful places for dogs (and their owners) to exercise and socialize.

Dog parks in Washington DC

Dog Parks in the District of Columbia are maintained by the Recreation Department in collaboration with the public. All dogs using a dog park must be licensed and registered in the District of Columbia and must display a dog park registration tag.

Chevy Chase Dog Park: 41st and Livingston St, NW Washington DC. The park is designated as a space for dogs to run off leash.

Gage-Eckington Dog Park: 286 V St, NW Washington DC. The dog park is the former site of Gage-Eckington Elementary School.

Kingsman Dog Park: 14th Street and Tennessee Avenue, NE Washington DC Capitol Hill Park is a favorite with dog lovers.

Langdon Dog Park: 2901 20th Street NE, Washington DC. The dog park is located between the basketball court and the pool and includes about 15,000 square feet of divided space for large / small dogs.

Newark Street Dog Park: 39th and Newark Street, NW Washington DC Separate play areas for large and small dogs.

S Park: 17th and S Sts., NW Washington DC. This small park is a popular gathering space for dog owners from the U Street and Dupont area. Heavy traffic lines all sides of the park. Straps are suggested.

Shaw Dog Park: 11th St. between Q and R Sts., NW. Washington DC. The dogs run unleashed. There is a maximum of three dogs per person and a park limit of 33 dogs.

Upshur Dog Park: 4300 Arkansas Avenue, NW Washington DC. DC’s largest dog park encompasses 9,500 square feet of off-leash space where dogs can roam.

Walter Pierce Park Dog Run: 1967 Calvert St., NW Washington DC. Collars must be removed and dogs must be at least four months old to enter the race.

Maryland Dog Parks

Black Hill Regional Park: 20030 Ridge Dr., Boyds, Maryland. Montgomery County’s Black Hill Park includes a half-acre fenced dog park equipped with picnic tables. Numerous trails lead through the woods to nearby Little Seneca Lake.

Cabin John Regional Park: 10900 Westlake Drive Bethesda, Maryland. The new dog park includes two areas: one for large dogs and one for small dogs. The dog park is fully fenced and is currently FREE to use and is open during regular park hours.

Parque para perros Gaithersburg :  Green Park, 151 Bickerstaff Way Gaithersburg, Maryland.

The park includes a playground, playground, basketball courts, tennis court, hiking trails, and a 1½ acre fenced dog exercise area.

Ridge Road Recreation Park: 21155 Frederick Rd., Germantown, Maryland. Located at the corner of Highway 355 and Ridge Road, the park is a popular hangout and exercise spot for dogs.

Wheaton Regional Park: 2000 Shorefield Rd., Wheaton, Maryland. Wheaton’s Dog Park measures about half an acre and is enclosed by chain-link fence, making it a popular destination for owners to let their dogs run free.

College Park Dog Park: Acredale Park in College Park, Maryland. The park is open to all residents of Prince George’s and Montgomery counties. You must register each dog you wish to bring to the dog park and must renew your registration each year.

Greenbelt Dog Park: Hanover Parkway and Hanover Drive, Greenbelt, MD. The fenced quarter acre dog park is only open to dogs that live in the City of Greenbelt. The registration fee is $ 5 per dog and is a lifetime permit.

Maryland City Park: Brockbridge Road, Laurel, Maryland.

The dog park is a public off-leash area behind the baseball field. There are two areas for running, one for large dogs and one for small dogs.

Dog Parks in Northern Virginia

Baron Cameron Park: 11300 Baron Cameron Ave., Reston, Virginia. This off-leash fenced area includes water containers and a separate area for smaller dogs. It is open from dawn to dusk.

Chandon Dog Park: 900 Palmer Dr., Herndon, Virginia. The fenced park is open from dawn to dusk and is a friendly hangout for dogs of all sizes.

Clarendon Park: 13th and N. Hartford Sts., Arlington, Virginia. This fenced off leash park is open from sunrise to sunset.

Del Ray Dog Park:  500 Monroe Ave., Alexandria, Virginia.

Fenced Dog Park Is Next To Two Baseball Fields

Fort Ethan Allen Community Canine Area: 3829 N. Stafford St., Arlington, Virginia. The fenced off-leash park has drinking fountains, picnic tables, benches, and a playground.

Four Mile Run Park: 3100 South Glebe Rd., Arlington, Virginia. The park has separate fenced areas for small and large dogs, a stream for swimming, and a trail for jogging.

Towers Park: 801 S. Scott St., Arlington, Virginia. Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting, but can reign off leash within fenced grounds.

Benjamin Banneker Park: 1701 North Van Buren St, Arlington, Virginia. The dog recreation area allows dogs to roam and play off leash.

Shirlington Park: 2601 S. Arlington Mill Drive, Arlington Virginia. The 29-acre park offers plenty of space for dogs and their owners to play.

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