Your Pup Will Love These Delaware Dog Parks

Looking for a place filled with wagging tails and boundless joy? These dog parks offer ample space for socialization, exercise and play.

Whether you want your dog to make new friends or are simply looking for space to let them run out their endless energy, a dog park is a great option. Delaware’s dog parks cater to canines of all ages, sizes and breeds.

With agility obstacles, fenced-in space to roam and plenty of other pups to meet and interact with, these dog parks are perfect spots to hang out with your furry friend.

Elsmere Dog Park

Elsmere’s park is equipped with agility obstacles, separate spaces for small and large dogs and plenty of terrain and seating for you and your dog to enjoy. This dog park is open to the public from dawn to dusk.

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116 Western Avenue, Elsmere


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New Castle County Bark Park

The New Castle County Bark Park is particularly popular, and for good reason. The fully fenced-in space makes for a stress-free, off-leash play experience. With plenty of toys, obstacles and water bowls, the area provides everything your pup needs for a fun playtime. It’s also a great place for socialization with plenty of other dogs filtering in and out throughout the day.

Glasgow Regional Park | 2275 Pulaski Highway, Newark

Lums Pond Dog Park

Is your furry friend an avid swimmer? Lums Pond is the place for them! With a little section of Lums Pond set aside for the dogs, it’s a great spot for them to cool down in the warm summer months. This one isn’t fenced in, so it’s ideal for trained and trusted dogs with plenty of open space to throw a ball or frisbee. Head to the parking lot off of Buck Jersey Road for the quickest access to the dog park.

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Charles E. Price Memorial Park

The dog park at Charles E. Price Memorial Park is a beautifully maintained, fenced area that’s perfect for running and playing. There are plenty of benches and a good amount of space to play fetch or do long-range training with puppies. There are separate areas for large and small dogs as well.

955 Levels Road, Middletown

Little Creek Bark Park

This park is known for being clean, well-maintained and extremely welcoming. It’s great for socialization on a nice day but can also be quiet during less busy times. Fenced-in areas for large and small dogs are equipped with bag dispensers, water fountains and lawn chairs for a comfortable experience.

Port Mahon Road, Dover


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Killens Pond Dog Training Area

Located within Killens Pond State Park, this training area includes spaces for pets of all sizes, with fenced-in sections for large and small dogs. It’s a great complement to a day of hiking Killens Pond trails with your furry friend.

5025 Killens Pond Road, Felton

Milford Dog Park

This dog park is separated into three sections: one for small dogs, one for large dogs and one for active dogs. There are plenty of benches, access to water and trash cans throughout the area. With ample space to roam, this is a great spot to bring your furry friend in southern Delaware.

1 Marshall Street, Milford


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Milsboro Dog Park

This park offers a good amount of space to roam and separate areas for large and small dogs. There’s no water, so come prepared with a bottle and a bowl!

424 Wilson Highway, Millsboro

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