Off-Leash Dog Parks in Rhode Island (RI)
Steven O' Connor Blvd. and Asylum Road
Dog park in Warwick City Park is nestled between athletic fields. Separate areas for large and small dogs. Mostly dirt and sand but some grass and trees. Chairs and benches for people.
105 Connell Hwy.
This is a fenced dog park for off-leash play. There are areas for big and small dogs. No running water is available; bring your own. Please do not bring food to the dog park.
Dexter Dog Park at Dexter Training Grounds
1543 Mineral Spring Avenue
Your dog may play off leash at the fenced dog run in this Providence city park.
4891 Old Post Road
There is a one-acre park for large dogs and a half-acre park for smaller dogs. The park has large areas with trees, grass, rocks, a fire hydrant. The park has double entry and exit gates, dog waste bag stations and plenty of parking. Benches and picnic tables are available. For jogger: five laps around the large dog park equal a mile.
Ninigret Park is on Route 1A just off Route 1 in Charlestown. The park is open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to sunset year round. Many recreational facilities are available throughout the park.
123 Gano Street
Fenced dog park for off-leash place. Separate areas for large and small dogs.
Bell Street and Ridge Street
The Bell Street Dog Park is located behind the Bell Street Chapel and is open to dogs of all ages and sizes. The area is fenced, and waste bags re provided. Benches for the humans. Closes at 9 p.m. daily.
South Kingstown Dog Park
60 St. Dominic Road
Two fenced-in areas for small (under 30 pounds) and large (over 30 pounds) dogs. Grassy areas and trees for shade.
165 Parkview Drive
This is a public off-leash dog park for all dogs. One section is for dogs 30 pounds and heavier; the other section is for dogs under 30 pounds. Open year-round, daily, dawn to dusk. No toys or training tools allowed. Mutt mitts provided. Water spigots available on both sides of park.
3 Haines Park Road
Pets are welcome to play off-leash at this 2-acre, fenced dog run with waste bags and drinking water. This is a user-funded, community park open to all owners of licensed, non-aggressive dogs.
Humans are responsible for removing human trash from the park and picking up after their pets. There are dog waste receptacles and free poop bags inside the park. The park is off Haines Park Road, near Metropolitan Park Drive. There's a dirt road leading to a parking lot; the dog park is behind the baseball field.