Off-Leash Dog Parks and Exercise Areas Near Pittsburgh

Areas Where Your Dog Can Enjoy Off-Leash Time

Wondering where to take your dog for some off-leash exercise in Pittsburgh? Keep reading.

We've compiled a list of off-leash dog parks in and around the Pittsburgh area. These parks are great places for your dog to run off energy and socialize with other pups, but, like any activity involving a pet, there are some rules to keep in mind.

Safety – for other people and dogs – at these dog parks should be your first priority. You should know as much as possible about dog bite prevention and safety. It's also good to review dog bite laws. One great way to prevent dog bites is to make sure your dog is well trained. Our firm has partnered with Animal Friends to offer scholarships for their behavior programs.

In addition, some of these dog parks are in larger parks that do require your pet to be on a leash. We recommend knowing Pennsylvania's leash laws to make sure you're following all the rules.

Allegheny Commons Dog Park
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Located on the North Side between
Lake Elizabeth, West Ohio Street,
and the Aviary

Bernard Dog Run
3 Rivers Heritage Trail System
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Located in Lawrenceville

Frick Park Dog Park
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Located about 1/2 mile past the
Blue Slide playground on Riverview Trail

Green Tree Dog Park
10 W. Manilla Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15228

Hartwood Acres Dog Park
Middle Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Behind the amphitheater

Monroeville Dog Park
Heritage Park
(off of Saunders Station Road)
Monroeville, PA 15146

Olympia Dog Park
Mt. Washington, PA 15211

Penn Hills Dog Park
Jefferson Road
Penn Hills, PA 15235

Riverview Dog Park
1 Riverview Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15214

South Park Dog Park
Corrigan Drive at South Park
Pittsburgh, PA, US 15129

South Side Riverfront Dog Park
21st near the river
(entrance on 18th Street)
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

White Oak Dog Park
3 Muse Lane
McKeesport, PA 15131
Can be accessed from Rte. 48

Questions About A Dog Bite Incident?

No matter their breed or size, any dog should be properly trained and socialized to keep everyone as safe as possible. Accidents do happen, however, and even the best dogs are capable of biting. If you've been injured by a dog bite, feel free to contact us with any questions you have. We're available 24/7 and the consultation is free.

Call us at 412-618-1472 or fill out the form on the top right of the page.

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