Off Leash Georgia Dog Parks


Here at DIRTY WORK we are all huge dog lovers and are always looking for places to take our pups.


As a community resource we are pleased to provide the list of (ever growng!) Georgia Dog Parks.


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Though dogs parks try to be safe, your dog must be supervised at all times. Often when people are conversing with each other they may lose track of what their pets are doing. Georgia dog parks are a good way for your dog to socialize with other dogs, but any signs that the dogs are uneasy with each other should be taken into consideration. Always make sure that you can read these signs where your dog may feel threatened in any way. A dog owner should be ready to intervene at all times, if the need were to arise. Some Atlanta dog parks even have separate areas for smaller and larger dogs. While many argue that Georgia dog parks should be segregated according to size, this has yet to be officially determined.


When visiting Georgia dog parks in the summertime, be sure that your dog is protected by shade and carry a bottle of water with you so they may have a drink or two.  Far too many times we have seen pups really overdo it in the name of fun, with bad results.  In the winter dogs do not notice the change in cold weather conditions. If the temperatures dip too low however, be sure to keep them inside. The Georgia dog parks will still be there when the weather warms up again.


Alpharetta, Georgia


  • Waggy World Paw Park. A beautiful 1.5 acre area behind the Alpharetta Community Center at Wills Park. Waggy World Paw Park opened to the public on Monday, September 25, 2006. Paw park amenities include off-leash areas for large pups and small pups, water fountains, and park benches. Location: 175 Roswell Street. Directions: From GA 400: Take Old Milton Pkwy exit towards Alpharetta. Go approximately 2 miles. Wills Park is located on Old Milton Parkway between Roswell Street and Wills Road. 

  • Wolf Brook.  A unique private dog facility - Training, Recreation, Dog Daycare, enclosed clubhouse with full kitchen and bathroom facilities. Location: 13665 New Providence Road. 


Athens, Georgia



Atlanta, GA


  • Atlantic Station. Little space in the city, Benches for parents. Beautiful view of the city Plenty of light for after dark play. Location: State st, in between 16th and 17th street. Directions: 85 south, go to the 17th street exit, take a right towards Atlantic station, take a left at state st, the park is on the right side. 

  • Henry Jones Dog Park. Off-leash dog park. Dunwoody/Atlanta area; fully wooded; roughly 4 acres; no water fountain, but a community water bucket provided; excellent volunteer group maintains park. Location: inside Brook Run Park, 4770 N. Peachtree Rd. Directions: approx. 1 mile north of I-285 on N. Peachtree Rd. in the Dunwoody section of Atlanta. 

  • Piedmont Park. LAPP. Swimming is prohibited in Clara Meer for both dogs and people.  Located at Piedmont and 10th Street. Atlanta,  GA. Directions: Follow path to the far corner of Park under bridge on Monroe Street side of Park. Atlanta is a dog friendly city. Many businesses will allow you to come in with your dog and you will often see water for dogs outside businesses during festivals. 

  • It is a neighborhood Park. Huge place for dogs to run freely! Atlanta, GA. Has a side for kids to play and a side for the dogs to play! Huge area, can run and run! Location: Coming from Buckhead on Peachtree Street: You will make a right onto Collier Road and is 1 mile down on the Left! Directions: Coming from Buckhead on Peachtree Street Heading to downtown Atlanta. Take a Right onto Collier Rd. and is about 1 mile down on the left side! 


Canton, Georgia


  • Canton Paw Park. There are two sections, one for smaller dogs and one for larger dogs, although smaller dogs are always welcome on the larger dog side.  Scheduled play times are Saturday morning, and Sunday afternoon.  It is open 365 days a year, from sun up to sun down.  It is run by volunteer dog lovers, and is currently the only dog park in Cherokee County!  Location: 135 Juniper Street. Directions: I-575 North to Riverstone Parkway, Exit 20.  Turn Left over the Highway and drive 2 1/2 miles to the Juniper Street stoplight (Kaufman Tires is on the near side, Days Inn on the far side.  Turn Right (North), and the park is one block up on the left.  Parking is at the far end. 


Cumming, Georgia


  • Windermere Dog Park. Off Leash Dog Park. Location: 3355 Windermere Parkway. Directions: From GA-400 Exit 14 go SE on GA Hwy 20 (toward Sugar Hill) go approx. 4 miles. Turn right on Windermere Pkwy. Park on left.

  • Fowler Park.  Forsyth County parks & Recreation. New park, 2 dog parks. Location: Off highway 9 and Castleberry Road, Fowler Road. 


Dacula, Georgia


  • Rabbit Hill Park. Location: 400 Rabbit Hill Road


Decatur, Georgia


  • Oakhurst Dog Park. (Now available only to Decatur residents - permits are required to use.) Approximately 2 acres, partly wooded with large open grassy area, completely fenced. Location: East Lake Drive. After rains, one low spot gets muddy, but the dogs don't mind. No water supply is provided. Directions: From downtown Decatur, go south on Commerce, and when Commerce dead ends into W. Howard Ave., turn right. Continue on W. Howard for several blocks. (W. Howard does not intersect with East Lake Drive) Turn right onto Paden Circle. Follow Paden Circle around the curve (about 300 feet), then turn right at the light onto East Lake Drive (which passes under the Marta bridge and W. Howard that you just got off of). Continue several blocks until the road veers sharply to the left. The park is on the left just before the Boys and Girls Club and across the street from The Phoenix School. To park, turn left at the stop sign and there is parking on the right in front of another park. 

  • Mason Mill Dog Park. New 1/2 acre public dog park with water fountain for dogs inside the fenced area. Location: 1400 McConnell Dr. 


Dunwoody, Georgia


  • Brook Run Park. Four acres, fully-wooded and fully-fenced. Plenty of seating areas, poop stations, and water stations. NO separate small dog section (yet). For info, call 678-234-4428. Park is wooded, has open areas, walking paths, 4 double gates (one at each corner of the park, dogs and humans are having a great time! Location: 4770 North Peachtree Rd. Directions: From I-285 (eastbound): Take the CHAMBLEE-DUNWOODY RD exit- EXIT 30- toward N SHALLOWFORD RD / N PEACHTREE RD (0.3 mile). Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto SAVOY DR (1.0 mile). Turn LEFT onto N PEACHTREE RD (1.0 mile). From I-285 (westbound): Take the N PEACHTREE RD exit- EXIT 30- toward N SHALLOWFORD RD / CHAMBLEE-DUNWOODY RD (0.2 mile). Turn RIGHT onto N PEACHTREE RD (0.9 mile). (Thank you Julie Lane, Laine Sweezey, & Emma Callie)




Lawrenceville, Georgia


  • Ronald Reagan Park. 2 Acres, 3 fenced areas, for small dogs, large dogs and a dog run. Water and bags available on site. A two-acre fenced-in area where dogs can play off their leashes. 25-acre park has a "senior" area with horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, bocce ball courts and a covered picnic pavilion with permanent chess and checkerboards. Other amenities include a small skate area, a playground, two half-court basketball courts, several covered picnic areas, a 3/4-mile paved multi-purpose trail and a small pond. Location: 2777 Five Forks Trickum Rd. Directions: Five Forks Trickum Exit off Ronald Reagan Pkwy. North about 1/2 mile. Directions: I-85 north to Pleasand Hill Road. Go south on Pleasant Hill to Ronald Reagan Parkway. Take Ronald Reagan to Five Forks Trickum Road, and turn left. The park is on your left. 


Macon, Georgia


  • Macon Dog Park. Location: Chestnut Street. Directions: From I-75 take exit #164 and head east toward downtown on Forsyth-Hardeman. At the first light, turn right onto Monroe. This street becomes Tatnall when you pass under the railroad bridge. Turn right again onto Chestnut Street and look for the park on the right after you cross Adams Street.


Marietta, Georgia


  • Sweat Mountain Park (East Cobb). 4 acres. Off Leash Dog Park. Marietta, Georgia. Two fenced areas, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. Nice shaded area, fenced, benches, trash cans and doggie bags, water. Location: 4346 Steinhauer Rd. (approximately one mile north of Lassiter High School). Directions: From I-75 (N) & Canton Rd Conn NE, Marietta: Head northeast from Canton Rd Conn NE. Bear right and head toward Sandy Plains Rd NE. Turn left at Trickum Rd NE. Turn right at Shallowford Rd NE. Turn left at Steinhauer Rd NE. Go 1.2 miles and turn right just past short bridge into park entrance. The  facility is located at Sweat Mountain Park, which is in northeast Cobb County on Steinhauer Road, approximately one mile north of Lassiter High School.

  • Wildwood Dog Park. This dog park has a separate small dog area and full shade, Be sure to bring plenty of water for your dog to drink because there is no fountain. No Rottweilers or Pit Bulls allowed in Marietta City Parks!  An added bonus is that there are trails in Wildwood that are great for hiking with the dogs if there is no dogs in the park! Marietta's Parks and Recreation Department at 770-794-5601. This park has wood chips - not grass.  Trails are great for hiking with your pooch!  Usually there are people running/hiking because its close to Dobbins and Life College. Location: 1050 Barclay Cir. Directions: Located on the Corner of Barclay and South Cobb Drive near Life College and Dobbins. 


Norcross, Georgia


  • Graves Park. Has both large & small dog areas. Includes some agility equipment. Opened Oct. 2006. Location: 1450 Graves Rd. Directions: Take I-85 to Jimmy Carter Blvd exit & go East. Turn right onto McDonough Dr. (Oakbrook Pkwy.) Turn left on Graves Rd. Park is on the right.

  • Pinckneyville Dog Park. Just under three acres, the fenced-in dog park allows dogs to play off-leash and includes an area for small dogs, a larger play area for all dogs, and two water fountains featuring dog bowls. The dog park is an exciting addition to Pinckneyville Park's current features, which include a seven-field baseball/softball complex, concession buildings, restrooms, a 1.1-mile paved multi-purpose trail, family pavilion, four playgrounds, roller hockey rink, and a free-skate area. The park is also home to the 5,000-square-foot Medlock Pavilion. Pinckneyville Park is located at 4758 S. Old Peachtree Rd. in Norcross. For more information call 770-822-8840. 


Peachtree City, Georgia


  • Peachtree City Dog Park. Off leash dog park. 


Roswell, Georgia


  • Mountain Park Dog Park.  Large Fenced-In Dog Park. Two large fenced-in areas next to Leita Thompson Park on HWY 92 at Bowen/Mt. Park Rd. Trails and Lake behind park. Area for small and large dogs. Location: Hwy 92 and Bowen/Mt. Park Rd. Directions: From Sandy Plains Rd. go east on HWY 92. Go about 3 miles. Park is on left before Bowen rd and the Super Target (must make u-turn if coming from this direction).

  • East Roswell Dog Park - If you are heading down Holcomb Bridge road towards Norcross, you will make a right turn at Fouts Road (just after Eves Road), the second or third driveway on the right is where you’ll want to turn.  The entrance is a gravel road with no sign marking the dog park so you’ll need to be alert.


Savannah, Georgia


  • Daffin Park. Free. Lots of trees. Separate area for small dogs. Location: Bee Road between Victory Drive & Washington St. Directions: Heading towards Tybee on Rte 80 (Victory Drive), turn right on Bee Rd. at the end of Daffin Park past the stadium. 


Smyrna, Georgia


  • Burger Park. Off-Leash park. Small dog area for 30 lbs and smaller and a large dog area. Location: 680 Glendale Place. Directions: Just west of South Cobb Drive and south of Windy Hill Road in Smyrna and is adjacent to Belmont Hills Elementary School. Not sure where there's parking, except perhaps on weekends at the school. 

  • Lake Court Park. Just opened, right off S. Cobb Drive in Smyrna City limits. Location: 3500 Lake Drive. Directions: Right off S. Cobb drive near Concord.


Snellville, Georgia


  • Lenora Park. Dog park. Location: Corner of Lenora Church Rd and Lee Road. (Thank you Jennifer Twineham)


Tifton, Georgia


  • Peach Creek Puppy Playground. Dog park with leash free area, picnic tables, water supplies, Doggipot station and store that sells dog supplies and treats. Location: 1310 US Hwy 82 West. Directions: Exit 62 off of Interstate 75, turn left, located behind Wendy's/Shell on Hwy. 82.


Tybee Island, Georgia


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(We try to keep this directory as accurate as possible.  If you find that there is a listing with incorrect information or something that should be removed or added, please let us know.) 

Dog Park Etiquette


  • Make sure to bring something like a pooper scooper or bags to pick up the mess your dog makes. Always clean up after your dog. Scoop the poop!

  • Bring some water for your dog and always have a leash 

  • Don't bring your dog if it is aggressive or too physical

  • Don't let your pet wander too far. Always keep an eye on them.

  • If the park is near a residential area, minimize the barking.

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